Patch's Halloween Costume Contest: And the Winner of the Best Costume in Wisconsin Is ...

The Wisconsin winner, who will receive $250, will now be entered to win the $5,000 grand prize in Patch's Best Halloween Costume in America contest.

You know what they say—no (goblin) guts, no glory.

Congratulations to .

More than 50 adults and children from across Wisconsin entered the contest. Parents posted hundreds of costume photos of themselves and their families from this Halloween or from years past. We had lots of ghouls, ghosts, and Honey Boo Boos to choose from, but this Transformer Bumble Bee won us over.

As the winner of the $250 prize for the best costume in Wisconsin, Hybicki is now in the running to be the $5,000 grand prize winner of Patch's Best Halloween Costume in America contest.

The winner will be announced on Monday, Nov. 12

Absolutelyfabulous November 10, 2012 at 03:05 PM
Not to take anything away from the winner, but if this kid (see link) was entered, I truly believe he would have won the Best Costume in America. Totally cool. http://www.wimp.com/wheelchaircostume/
Steve ® November 10, 2012 at 04:40 PM
He didn't build that
Chief Toby Keef November 10, 2012 at 05:47 PM
Sounds like Ken likes taking handouts. I had an awesome costume this year an you don't see me asking my fellow hard working Americans for money for it.
Absolutelyfabulous November 10, 2012 at 06:30 PM
Unless I missed something in the never ending legal jargon, it doesn't matter who creates the costume. Though, you have to be over 18 to enter or "Entrant must be the parent or legal guardian of any child(ren) appearing in the Submission. " Still one of the best and most creative costumes I have ever seen. What a way to make a kid's Halloween.
James R Hoffa November 11, 2012 at 02:13 AM
@Chief Toby Keef - Where does it say that Ken is pandering for money from others to defray the cost his costume? In actuality, it states that he made it himself from "mostly cardboard and packing tape" Or are you against all contests that award prizes under the believe (however mistaken) that they stand for little more than a solicited handout? Come on - get real!
James R Hoffa November 11, 2012 at 02:14 AM
Hoffa was robbed! Just kidding - congratulations to the winner!


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