The Savers in Duluth is the number one store company-wide in Halloween sales.
They said that this year instead of clown masks, the number one sellers have been fairy outfits and ninja gear.
As far as if people fear the left or the right more this Halloween, it's been a toss up.
"We sold out in the first week. We had the Hillary mask, the Bill Clinton and the Trump, the wigs, the whole nine yards...all gone," said Terri, the Duluth Savers lead Halloween coordinator.
Every Wednesday and Friday night until Halloween from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Savers will host free costume making classes.