A ghost. You can strap any number of knives under the sheet even hatchets and small swords.Thats if you want concealment.A pirate is also a good costume to carry multiple knives out in the open.This is the one day when I rely on rubber or plastic knives to scare the kids trick or treating and not give the parents a hard attack.Of course there is always a little treat like a Styker or AFCK in my pocket LOL.
This year at a halloween party I was a hobo, and because of that I got to carry around a hobo knife. The "Hobo Knife" was just a 10 inch screwdriver that I had sharpened the tip and was carrying conceal.
You can always do the old GI Joe look, dress up in camo and find the biggest guns and knives you can find and carry them openely. And remember(
wink, wink) they are fake and just part of the costume.
I dressed up one year as Freddy Kruger but instead of those lame-o rubber knife gloves they sell I made up a real one out of an old work glove,26ga. steel for the articulated fingers and 18ga. for the knives which were pretty darn sharp by the time I was done. They didn`t hold an edge long but they were good enough to slice up an apple. Good clean fun at Holloween parties when people realize they`re not fake!
I don't get all the fuss about peoples waist size, during wrestling season at my school I have a 31 inch waist and the rest of the year I, well.....don't. Could someone tell me about what I'm missing out of in the waist size crises