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WATCH: Seahawks' Richard Sherman dresses as Harry Potter to talk football, Quidditch

In true Halloween spirit, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman wore his Harry Potter costume, with wand in hand, to Wednesday’s news conference.

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SB Nation reports that it was actually Sherman’s son's idea for his dad to dress up. But there's no doubt that Sherman is a legitimate Harry Potter fan:

  • Sherman says “Order of the Phoenix” is his favorite book.
  • He says that Quidditch is pretty tough compared to five quarters of football.
  • He considers himself a Gryffindor and not a Hufflepuff.
  • According to a New York Times article, he went to midnight screenings for the movies.

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The Seahawks got first their first tie in franchise history Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals. 

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Must-see: NICU babies get adorable Halloween treat – tiny costumes

These tiny trick-or-treaters are warming hearts around the country.

According to ABC News, March of Dimes volunteers teamed up with nurses at St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri, to help NICU babies and their families celebrate Halloween with handmade costumes and other goodies. 

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“The parents were able to choose their baby’s costumes to match the baby’s personalities,” hospital spokeswoman Michelle Manuel told ABC News. “The idea is to be able to allow parents to have a sense of normalcy."

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Families also received a Halloween card with their costumed cutie's footprints, a Halloween book and candy inside a crocheted pumpkin.

Jennifer Behnke, whose son, William, has been in the NICU since August, called the Halloween treat "amazing."

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"It's very humbling, and we feel very blessed to have so many people on our side and helping us – and making everyday experiences and milestones feel normal while still being in the hospital here," Behnke told WDAF-TV.

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Walmart pulls controversial 'suicide scar' costume makeup amid complaints

Walmart has pulled one of its controversial Halloween accessories after critics slammed it as making light of suicide and self-harm, according to multiple reports.

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More than 600 people signed a petition to have the costume, called "The Razor Blade Suicide Scar Wound Latex Costume Makeup," pulled from Walmart's online listings.

"This is not just a disgrace to the sensitivity to those who suffer from self-harm, but a shame on Walmart for making light of the situation," the petition said. "Suicide is not a joke, not a costume, and not funny. … Many people are life-long sufferers of self-harm. Many are bullied, and now they are being bullied by Walmart. This has to stop."

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The petition was closed Sunday after Walmart released a statement disavowing the costume makeup and pulled it from its online listings.

According to Walmart, the costume was listed on its website by a third-party seller.

"The costume is appalling and it was unacceptable for a third-party seller to list it on our marketplace," Walmart employees said in a statement released to WABC. "It clearly violated our prohibited items policy and we removed it yesterday morning when it was brought to our attention."

WABC identified the third-party seller as BlockBuster Costumes LLC. In a statement on the company's Facebook page, BlockBuster Costumes announced it had taken the offending costume makeup off its website.

"To those contacting us about our suicide costume we've removed the offending product from our site," according to a post made Monday. "It shouldn't have been marketed as such."

Photos: Animals and their pumpkins

Would you be brave enough to buy a real haunted house?

For some, a brand new home is the property they're looking for, but for others, an older home, filled with character is the perfect fit.

Is there a line that home buyers shouldn't cross? Homes that have a few extra "former residents" who just won't, or can't leave?

If a real haunted house is what you're looking for, then you're in luck. There never seems to be a shortage of homes with extra spirit on the selling block.

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Take a look at four homes that says are haunted and priced to sell.

5121 Franklin Avenue, Los Angeles

Cost: $4.79 million

Known as the Sowden House, the basement of the home is the supposed murder site of Elizabeth Short in 1947. Short is better known as the "Black Dahlia." People have said they see shadows of severed bodies and hear voices and chains dragging. Short's body was cut in half before being found dumped in a vacant lot in Los Angeles.

It features four bedrooms, four full and two half baths and is 5,600 square feet on a .32 acre lot.

138 E. Fulton Street, Canton, Mississippi

Cost: $850,000, but the price has been reduced to $699,000

Called the Priestley House, the large white home was built by Dr. James Priestley in 1852. Both he and his wife Susan died in the house. In 2002, a recent owner claimed that he saw a figure of a woman standing in a doorway and that something was targeting his family.

It features four bedrooms, four full baths and is 5,100 square feet.

744 Clay Street, Port Townsend, Washington

Cost: $850,000

The 5,796 square-foot mansion, called the Ann Starrett Mansion, is apparently the home of two apparitions - a redheaded woman and an older man who still walk the halls of the home. 

It was built as a love story from George Starrett, a contractor, for his wife Ann. It features a three-tiered spiral staircase that reaches into a 70-foot tower. At the top of the tower, the listing says there is a frescos of maidens painted in Ann's image.

It features 11 bedrooms, six full bathrooms and sits on a 8,470-square foot lot.

274 Charming Forge Road, Womelsdorf, Pennsylvania

Cost: $850,000

Unexplained slamming doors, stomping on the stairs and weeping being heard have been documented occurrences over the past 200 years.

The home, built in 1749 and expanded in 1784, features seven bedrooms and four full bathrooms and is a 7,821-square foot home on a 48.52-acre lot.

If a real haunted house is a little much for your nerves to bear, then there's a piece of horror movie magic that may be just the thing.

A home featured in the 1987 movie "The Witches of Eastwick" is for sale for $1.6 million, according to

Called the "historic Tea House," the Cohasset, Massachusetts home served as Michelle Pfeiffer's on-screen house in the movie that also starred Cher, Susan Sarandon and Jack Nicholson. The owners are moving out of state and are selling the 3,4000 square foot house for $1.6 million. It includes four bedrooms, two baths. It overlooks Bailey's Creek that opens to Cohasset Harbor and a yacht club.

National Day of the Deployed: Soldiers and their families honored on social media

In honor of the National Day of the Deployed on Wednesday, social media users are sharing their thanks and well-wishes for soldiers and their families.

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According to Soldiers' Angels, a nonprofit that provides aid and comfort to troops, veterans and their loved ones, the day is dedicated to "all of the brave men and women who have been deployed and are sacrificing, or have sacrificed, their lives to fight for our country. It's also a day that acknowledges their families they are separated from."

>> PHOTOS: Celebrities who served in the military

Want to post a message of support to our troops or share a story about a soldier in your life? Join the conversation on social media with #DayOfTheDeployed or #NationalDayOfTheDeployed.

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Family decorates house with 'scary' Hillary Clinton-themed Halloween decorations

Brianna Chambers contributed to this story.

With Halloween right around the corner, Americans are busy getting their final preparations and decorations ready.

One New York home found inspiration in the presidential election.

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Facebook user Brian McKibbin uploaded a video on Thursday of a home in Bellmore, New York, that was transformed into a Hillary Clinton-themed "haunted" house. The house is complete with signs calling the Democratic presidential nominee a "liar," a "criminal" and a "traitor," as well as posters that show Clinton caricatured and in prison.

The house also boasts a large "Trump USA" sign and American flags.

Some people called the decorations scary and others jokingly wondered who the residents would vote for.

Video of the home has been viewed more than 2 million times on Facebook.

This house in Bellmore!!!Posted by Brian Mc Kibbin on Thursday, October 20, 2016

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Elementary school cancels Halloween

Halloween costumes will have to stay packed away for elementary school students in one Connecticut town, at least until the big night. 

In a letter sent to parents this week, the principal of Lillie B. Haynes Elementary School in Niantic, Connecticut, informed parents that the school has eliminated the annual Halloween parade and costumes in school, WTIC reported.

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The letter from Melissa DeLoreto said that officials made the decision was made so students didn't feel excluded and to make sure students stay safe, specifically when adults come to the parade dressed in costumes also.

Classroom parties will still happen but will not be Halloween themed and instead, will have a fall feel.

One parent told WTIC that the cancelation is "killing kids' fun."

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