Skeleton Ball escalates Atlanta’s gay Halloween

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Look out, pretenders. There’s a new annual event in town. Ten Atlanta flung open the doors on its first Skeleton Ball on Friday, and Halloween in gay Atlanta got its bar raised. Again.

The epic annual bonanza that is the early-Halloween Jerusalem House bash set a high standard. But with so many costume parties across the gay spectrum on Halloween proper, it's hard to compete on Halloween proper. Ten was up to the challenge. Gay guys, gals and ghouls descended and packed the place for costume mayhem with DJ Daryl Cox on the turntables.

Photos by Laura Baccus Studio


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