Rain Doesn't Dampen Spirits at the Village Halloween Parade

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    Thousands of Halloween revelers paraded up Sixth Avenue last night, costumed to the nines and in high spirits despite the rainy weather.

    From Michael Jackson, to Bernie Madoff to ghouls, goblins, freaks and ghosts, the parade had a little bit of everything.

    This year's event came with a history lesson: The parade honored the 400th anniversary of Henry Hudson's voyage along the river that's named after him.

    New York's 'Boils and Ghouls' Step Out for the Annual Greenwich Village Halloween Parade

    [NY] New York's 'Boils and Ghouls' Step Out for the Annual Greenwich Village Halloween Parade
    Pouring rain couldn't stop the ghoulish mix spilling out on the streets of Greenwich Village Halloween night.