Boys dressed as an iPad and an iPod were among the trick-or-treaters who stopped by the California home of the late Steve Jobs.
The San Jose Mercury News ( http://bit.ly/t54tRh) reports dry ice fog enveloped jack-o'-lanterns and thunder rumbled from hidden speakers outside the Palo Alto home where kids have been welcomed for years on Halloween.
About 50 children waited for the gate to open at 6:30 p.m. on Monday in front of the home of the co-founder and former CEO of Apple who died Oct. 5.
Besides the iPad and iPod costumes, youngsters dressed as Spiderman and princesses were in the crowd.
Three women at a table handed out fist-sized cellophane bags filled with candy.
Ghoulish Halloween dummies were poised behind them.
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