‘Ghosts’ camps up Halloween holigay [photos]

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From Halloween sluts to superheroes, Honey Boo Boo and more, the gays did what they do best on Friday: Camp it up for a Halloween charity event with a cause.

Jerusalem House attracted hundreds of people to the Foundry at Puritan Mill in West Midtown for the event, rebranding its Halloween fundraiser for the HIV non-profit from Carnevale Myths & Legends (view photos form 2011) to Ghosts of Hollywood. It came complete with a red carpet entrance, paparazzi and Mary Edith Pitts interviewing guests as they arrived.

WSB anchor John Bachman helmed a panel of judges for the event’s costume contest.

On Monday, organizers were still crunching the numbers from the event. But they thanked the costumed party-goers for “a glamorous night.”

On behalf of everyone at Jerusalem House, THANK YOU to all of our amazing guests at Ghosts of Hollywood! What a glamorous night! We so appreciate your support!


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