iPod Halloween costumes--now that's scary

Combination iPod and Halloween enthusiasts have a growing range of costume options this year.

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Pixelgirlshop, for example, offers everything from crocheted frog, bunny or racoon cases ($20) to sock monster cases ($30).

For a more humanlike costume, try an iPod Hoodie ($24) or the .

Or you can always dress yourself up as an iPod, although that will require some homemade ingenuity. iPod Hackslast year featured a guy who raised the bar by making a costume that could actually play MP3s using a Tablet PC for the display and a rewired USB mouse for the scroll wheel controls. Looks heavy--maybe this year he can lighten it up by being an iPod Nano.

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