Didn’t venture out for Halloween? These Latter-day Saints are here to give you a taste of the holiday

by | Nov. 02, 2020


The pandemic might have altered the usual festivities this year, but that didn’t stop Latter-day Saints from making the most of the holiday. From spooky to hilarious—not to mention some appropriately 2020-themed costumes—these social posts from Halloween celebrations past and present are sure to impress.

A wide cast of characters appeared on Brigham Young University campus for Halloween. Whether you’re a fan of the post-impressionist Vincent van Gogh, are looking for a blast from the past with a suffragette, or are in the mood for Star Wars characters old and new, these costumes have it all—and then some.

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Don’t miss Luke and Nelson dressing up as David Butler and Emily Belle Freeman, hosts of the “Don’t Miss This” YouTube channel, complete with chalkboard, scriptures, and bonus bloopers.

Posting a throwback photo from their childhood, Donny Osmond reflected on a time when his sister, Marie Osmond, was just getting into makeup, turning both herself and her brothers into these spooky ghosts.

Lindsey Stirling looked back on a picture of her 8-year-old self when she dressed up as a kangaroo.

Over the weekend, Marie Osmond and her “little pumpkins” also posted some Halloween well wishes.

Singer Calee Reed shared a little fun from her family for Halloween—at least, from those who could make it into the photo.

“Happy Halloween from a witch and her cat, a skeleton, a zombie pirate and a unicorn 🙌🏼❤️ (not pictured: Sleeping Beauty who decided to nap until after 6pm 😵 Looks like we’re partying ALL NIGHT, people!) Hope you had a super fun/super weird pandemic Halloween night hanging out with your people!”

Justin Osmond and his family showed up in costume with something sweet, inspired by the movie Willy Wonka.

Better late than never... From our family to yours, we hope everyone had a wonderful & spooky Halloween!Posted by Justin Osmond on Tuesday, November 3, 2020

For all the Napoleon Dynamite fans out there, Tell the Birds on Instagram reenacted a clip from characters Kip and Uncle Rico passing the time on the front porch.


Featured image: Instagram screenshot
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Danielle Christensen

Danielle is a features writer and editor for LDS Living. Previously, she served as web producer for Church News, where she managed their website and social media platforms. Danielle is a graduate of Brigham Young University in English and has been published with Deseret NewsChurch NewsBYU Magazine, and Spires Intercollegiate Arts and Literary Magazine.

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