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good morning, america. this morning, breaking news. bombshell blast. major allegations against front-runner herman cain. two former female colleagues accuse him of sexual harassment. did they take a big payout to keep quiet? we talk live to the reporter who broke the story. deadly storm. thousand of trees taken down by the blizzard in the east. now more more people still without power this morning. >> and horror stories from the jetblue plain on the runway. the pie let blasting his own airline. >> we can't seem to get any help from our own company. get us towed to a gate. something. i don't care. take it anywhere. madoff family secrets. bernie madoff's wife, ruth, speaks out last night, claiming she had no idea what was going on with her husband's multi billion dollar fraud. is she telling the truth?
and our party rock halloween. get ready for the scary, super spooky show spectacular. zombies have invaded our studio and times square. what are we all dressing up as? it's our biggest costume reveal ever. ♪ >> announcer: from abc news live or dead from times scare, this is "ghoul" morning america with robin roberts and george stephanopoulos. >> happy halloween, everyone. look at everybody outside. they're dressed up in the cold. they don't care one bit. they're going to have fun this halloween. >> it's the biggest halloween extravaganza ever in the history of "good morning america." i thought you had a cold or something. i thought you were coming down with something on friday. >> i tried everything. warming up. ali said, no, no. you're going to work today,
george. >> love you, ali. we're looking forward to revealing our super secret costumes. you'll never guess what we can dress up as. we can tell you, we have more hair and makeup people than i think guests back stage right now. >> it's a packed house. we're going to have fun coming up. let's get right to the allegations against herman cain. the website politico reporting late last night, when cain was head of the association in the 1990s, two female employees complained about his inappropriate sexual behavior. politico ad adds it claimed they made them angry and uncomfortable. these women left the association after accepting monetary settlements. maggie joins us with more. thanks for coming in this morning. herman cain would not comment on these allegations. his spokesman have denied it. they sent us this statement. they did not want it appear on the show this morning. they called them unsubstantiated
attacks. they're casting aspersions on his character. since washington establishment critics haven't had much luck in attacking mr. cain's ideas to fix economy and create job, they are trying to attack him in any way they can. your response? >> i think the story was well reported and i think it really speaks for itself. we gave the campaign ten days to respond to this. they repeatedly did not address the specifics. one of my colleagues approached mr. cain directly yesterday. he did not say these allegations were false. he didn't really even address it. i think the story is thoroughly reported and it does stand. >> the sources are anonymous for the most part. you speak to some members of the board of the national restaurant association, did you speak to the women involved? >> we spoke to many sources. i won't specify who we spoke to. we spoke to a lengthy roster of people who were around the nra at the time, former board member, former staffer, as we said on the story. i think i'm going to let the sources -- >> why can't you say you spoke to the women? >> i think because people typically don't identify their sources.
i think we're not going to do that here. >> you say there was documentation. can you describe and characterize the documentation? >> there were documentation about allegations made in one case and also documentation about a formal resolution, as we said, that also related to a -- >> is this a settlement sheet? >> it was a formal resolution. >> it involved a payout to the women? >> correct. >> if they would not speak in the future? >> there was language in the agreement of their separation from the nra that they would not get into this. >> the language you used, sexually suggestive, inappropriate behavior. what exactly did cain do? >> i think -- i think it's a legitimate question. as we said in the story. there were gestures. there were comments, there were certain suggestive overture, for instance, things that made these women uncomfortable, made them angry and made them feel as if it was -- >> they had made formal complaints to the board? >> specific allegations and complaints. >> to? >> to the nra. >> the national restaurant association? >> correct.
>> as i said, there were some board members on the record that said they knew nothing about this. how could that be? >> when you have a large board, members all over the country, perhaps not everyone is aware of every specific action. different corporations have different structure, but, again, as i said, we reported this extreme lie thoroughly -- >> you're confident the denial from the campaign will not stand? >> i would be interested to see what mr. cain has to say later on. >> thanks very much. >> thank you. >> robin. >> now to the halloween blizzard that slammed the northeast. so many people still without power. thousands of people getting one of the earliest snow days ever. abc's john berman is in danbury, connecticut. one of the hardest-hit areas. good morning, john. >> reporter: good morning, robin. this is what people are waking up to all over the northeast. tree limbs down, power lines all over the street. it's because of situations like this that this city has all but call off halloween.
the governor said this is the biggest power outage ever, and it's october. october! these are words that just don't go together. trees down. record snow. and halloween. they're calling it snow-tober. for millions, it's snow-bummer. it could be well into november before the mess is cleared. in new york. >> trick or treat. i think mother nature played a trick on us. >> reporter: in connecticut. >> no heat, no food, no power. and it's october. >> reporter: and in new jersey. greg just cleaned up from hurricane irene. and now this. >> the tree flattened the car. this morning, the cleanup is in full force. at least 11 deaths have been blamed on this storm. including a 21-year-old mother whose car plunged 75 feet off a freezing overpass in the bronx. there have been record snows from newark, new jersey, five five times more than they've ever had, to hartford, connecticut, where they broke
the record by a foot. there were two feet in some parts of massachusetts. 3 million homes without power. including a staggering 70% of connecticut in the dark. yes, the christmas-like weather is making for some unusual halloween treats, for kids like mine. >> happy halloween! >> reporter: how does that snow taste? >> good. >> yum. >> reporter: it will be a very different halloween for a lot of kids here. because of these treedowns and power lines. the mayor in danbury said he wants kids to go trick or treating at the local mall. robin. >> and sam will have much more on the snow just ahead. >> you got caught up in it? >> oh, my goodness. >> normally a two-hour drive from connecticut to new york on saturday took almost eight hours. >> oh, my gosh, nightmare for you. also a real nightmare for hundreds of jetblue passengers stuck on a tarmac for more than seven hours. cecilia vega is here. >> hey, george, this really, really was a nightmare for these folks. they were stuck on the flight. it wasn't just the passengers fearing jetblue. the plane, pilot, didn't hide
his outrage either. >> reporter: more than seven hours, 123 passengers aboard jetblue's flight 504 sat trapped on a snowy connecticut runway. even the pilot begs for assistance from air traffic control, and blasts his own airline. >> look, you know, we can't seem to get any help from our own company. i apologize for this. is there any way to get a tug and a tow bar out here and get us towed somewhere to a gate or something? i don't care, take us anywhere. >> it was a nightmare. nobody wants to be stuck on a plane without water and access to a bathroom. the bathrooms were getting nasty. >> reporter: the nightmare began on saturday. after the plane took off in ft. lauderdale. after more than two hours in the air, the plane tries to land 12:30 in newark, new jersey, instead the plane pulls up. circles and the pilot is forced to divert. at 1:30, they land in hartford. the captain wants to take
matters into his own hands. >> my priority right now is a tug and a tow bar. if you just give me a welding shop, i'll be willing to make one myself. >> reporter: for the next 7 1/2 hours, passengers remain on the tarmac, told repeatedly the plan is to de-ice, refuel and head back to newark. >> i have a paraplegic on board that needs to come off. i have a diabetic on here that has an issue. a list of thing, i just got to get some help. >> reporter: it wasn't until 9:00 p.m. that police and firefighters open the doors and finally let everyone off. >> the way we got off after 7 1/2 hours is the way we could have gotten off after a half hour. >> reporter: jetblue apologized. saying recurring power outages at an already overwhelmed airport made refueling and deplanes impossible. in a statement, they said, faced with limited options, we did the best we could for their care. the pilot has more praise for air traffic control than the airline he works for. >> this is captain thompson on
504 just thank you very much for helping us out. i think we have more help from you guys than our own people. >> reporter: the airline passenger bill of rights act prohibits holding passengers on a grounded flight for more than three hours. federal investigators determined the airline violated that rule. jetblue could be fined as much as 27,5000 per passengers george. >> we're here with one of the passengers. john. we heard, john -- thanks for coming in this morning. the captain sounded so frustrated. he must have been going nuts. >> more than frustrated. he was at a point where i feel he felt he had no options left. and i could hear him. i was sitting in the front of the plane. i could hear him arguing with the airport authorities and getting nowhere with them. and they kept saying, they're doing the best they can. and that turned out to be nothing. >> you know, the pilot. it sounds like the pilot was doing everything he could. jetblue says, that the airport
infrastructure was just overwhelmed. so many planes diverted, electricity going out, they couldn't get you off the plane any earlier. do you buy that? >> not in the least. >> why not? >> i think there is plenty of blame that can be spread around here and assigned. the airport officials, in my opinion, were incompetent or didn't care. they had one tow bar for the entire airport. that, to me, indicates a lack of preparedness. >> that's the airport. and then jetblue? >> they've demonstrated a callousness toward the customer, toward the passengers of that plane, that i found hard to comprehend. they should have been preparing to allow the passengers off at 2 1/2 hours on the tarmac. there's the three-hour limit. they didn't do that. after four hours, they should have brought in a food service. they could have done that. they didn't. you have to remember there was no food on that plane other than
snacks. there was a short flight from florida. they could have and should have brought somebody in to service the bathrooms. >> sounds like you're not ready to accept the apology? >> their apology really serves no purpose under these circumstances. this should have been a teachable moment. i'm not sure that the message was received. >> john, thank you very much. robin? an explosive new tell-all book about arguably the most hated man in america is being released this morning. in it, bernie madoff's wife and surviving son speak out. about life with the disgraced former wall street whiz who whipped up the biggest ponzi scheme ever and what they knew about it. dan harris is here with the details. >> reporter: we knew bernie madoff victimized his investors. leaving hundreds of them broke and bereft. what this interview reveals is that he victimized his own loved ones. leaving behind a family disintegration of shakespearean proportions.
>> in happier times. she's been reclusive for so long, but now rue madoff is opening up in the first television interview in "60 minutes" in which she insists she never knew about her husband, bernie's, massive ponzi scheme. >> i trusted him. why would i ever think there was something sinister going on? >> reporter: but why, then, did she not leave bernie once his crimes have been revealed? >> i just knew this man for so long, whom i loved for so many years. i didn't know what else to do, but stay there. >> reporter: she stood by her husband, even when their two sons, andrew and mark, vehemently and bitterly protested. >> she and i barely spoke for two years. i struggled tremendously trying to understand her decision to
stay by my father's side. i felt so angry with him. so i didn't understand her choice. and i struggled with it. as did mark. >> reporter: mark killed himself last year. his widow, stephanie, tells abc news, it was a suicide motivated in large measure because of the anguish and anger he felt toward his mother. >> if i could change things, at least if i had tried, i would have felt a little better. i don't know if it would have mattered. it's the most awful thing that can happen to anybody. suicide of a child. >> reporter: ruth has reconciled with her surviving son, andrew. andrew says he will never forgive his father. >> what he did to me, to my brother, and to my family is unforgivable. what he did to thousands of other people, destroyed their lives, i'll never understand it. and i'll never forgive him for it. and i'll never speak to him again.
>> reporter: ultimately, after her son killed himself, ruth madoff broke off ties to her husband. she reportedly visited in prison and explained they could never speak again. initially bernie agreed but then they continued to call and write her. ultimately she reportedly had to change her phone number. robin and george, back you to. >> dan, thank you very much for bringing that to us. josh elliott is here with other stories. we're going to begin with a critical shortage of drugs across the country. from antibiotics to chemotherapy treatment. today, by executive order, president obama is directing the fda to expand how it reports on those shortage, to speed up drug reviews and work more closely with the justice department to monitor price gouging. the number of drugs on the shortage list has tripled in the last five years. meanwhile, this morning, crews in kansas are hoping to stabilize the wreckage of this grain elevator. so they can search for three workers inside who are presumed
dead. an explosion blew off the top of the elevator and shook the ground as far away as missouri. the bodies of three other workers have already been found. and wells fargo, now the latest bank to back down on charging debit card fees. the wall street journal said the bank now scrapped a pilot program that charged customers $3 per month to use cards for purchases. and, oh, boy, talk about living in close quarters. hundreds of students in st. mary's college in maryland are moving onto that. a cruise ship docked near campus. the dorm had to be closed during the semester because of some mold issue. the school said the ship is cheaper than some hotels. final exams on the lido deck. apparently. this is like the calm before the storm. the storm being our halloween party in the 8:00 hour. we saw the pictures you were tweeting from dance rehearsals. >> yeah, we sure did. >> i know nothing. >> thank god for sam. a bit of a diva moment. >> i know nothing until 8:00 this morning. let's get to the boards. we have a couple things going on
this morning. we want to talk a lot about that snowstorm. 24 cities from the mid-atlantic into new england set october snow records. not that they had not had snow in october. they hadn't had this much. almost 3 inches in new york, 32 inches by the time you got into the berkshires, green and white mountains of concord, mass. 22 inches of snow. a big one. now this morning, the power outages. 33 in boston, 37 in washington, d.c., a quick look at the big board. gorgeous in the deep south. a few showers into the northwest.
escaping with bites to his neck and arm. abc's abbie boudreau has been tracking it for us. >> reporter: it started like any day at the beach. it would leave one surfer fighting for his life. >> as i came down on the top of the wave, i saw him start screaming "shark! shark! shark!" >> reporter: brandon and his fellow surfing buddy, 27-year-old eric tarentino, out serving the watters of the bausch in monterey, california early saturday morning. tarantino was on the surfboard. his friend only feet away. they were only 150 yard office the coast when suddenly, out of nowhere, a shark took a bite out of tarentino's board, leaving behind this 19-inch-wide gash. then the great white turned on tarentino, biting his neck and arm. >> i looked over. i saw quite a bit of blood coming out of his arm. >> reporter: both men frantically paddled to shore. where other surfers, witnessed the attack. >> he was able to paddle in on his own. he ran up the beach right here. >> reporter: the surfers, using
towels as tourniquets, helped stop the bleeding. paramedics air-lifted tarentino to a nearby hospital, where he remains today. >> he's doing well. it missed the carotid and the jugular vein in his neck by about two millimeters. >> compared to the number of people we get in the water on a daily basis, attacks are very rare. >> reporter: for now, leery swimmers are staying out of the water. not taking any chances of coming face to face with a shark. for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. >> so glad he's okay. >> coming up, exclusive new details in the case of missing baby lisa. the family joins us live with the latest. and keeping up with the kardashians' marriage. are kim and kris already on the rocks? and party rock halloween. coming up in times square. coming up in times square. rox?
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♪ party rock is in the house tonight ♪ this is times square. a couple of witches. what is really going on, zombies everywhere in times square. they're in the control room. cameron mathison leading the game. morning of the living dead here at "good morning america." happy halloween. >> so many surprises. of course we're going to have our big costume reveal coming up in the next half hour. also ahead, a big week in the trial of michael jackson's doctor. a crucial witness. we'll have the latest on that in just a head. is the honeymoon over for kim kardashian? >> already? i hope that's not the case. two months ago, is the marriage on the ropes?
first, to the latest on the search for missing baby lisa. a source close to the parents telling abc news that they're lying low right now. even was the police press them for more information. we're going to talk to the family's lawyer in a moment. first, matt gutman is in kansas city with the latest on this fast-moving story. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, robin. this is the last spot where an eyewitness claims to have seen baby lisa alive, that intersection behind me, at 4:00 a.m., the day she disappeared. there's been a tug of war between police who want to narrow the search to focus on baby lisa's parents and the family who want to broaden the search to this area. tension between the family and the police now peaking. the family's private investigator tells us that the police investigation has been far too narrow. >> i'm asking law enforcement, volunteers, to come to this area. it's been a mile, mile and a half stretch to search this area. the reason i find it so
important, in my opinion, this is the last place lisa was seen alive. >> reporter: bill stanton, private investigator, hired on behalf of the family, took us to the area where he believes police must expand the search. it was here that mike thompson rode his motorcycle on the night she disappeared. one month ago this week. how old was the baby? >> about the size of the one that's missing. >> reporter: police say they have searched a nearby cemetery twice and spoke to thompson twice. the main focus of the search, these woods, a nearby lake and the family home. searched five times now most of the search within a one-mile radius of the house. stanton tells us that they must broaden the search to a three-mile radius. having chased and cleared a thousand tip, the police keep returning to the house on north lifter avenue. jeremy irwin and deborah bradley have refused to meet with police for three weeks. and denied every police request
to talk to baby lisa's half brothers since the first interview. since their only interview with authority on october 4th. they were reportedly sleeping in the same bed with the mom when the toddler went missing. the family attorneys reneging on an interview between the boys and authorities on fry day. they also postponed a dna swap. now, police tell "good morning america" they are willing to search the field around this intersection, but they are hesitant to go on what they call, a wild goose chase. meantime, the parents have been virtually awol. staying at an undisclosed location for the past couple of days. haven't been seen in public since a vigil eight days ago. >> joining us is the attorney for lisa irwin's parents, joe tacopina, and our legal analyst, dan abrams. joe, really appreciate you being here.
will you allow the police to talk to the half brothers this week? >> absolutely. some of the logistics were an issue. i've been reading and hearing a lot of things about cancellations of meetings. it's been wildly inaccurate. a lot of this stuff. >> set the record straight. it seemed like on friday the police were set to talk to them. >> one of the issues that i'm having with the way this case has been handled, we're paying too much -- with all due respect to the media, this is a search for an 11-month-old missing baby. we have parents devastated and grieving. notifying the press every time we have a meeting set up is not something advantageous. i will tell you there will be every necessary interview will be had. with law enforcement. i've had a good dialogue with the fbi in this regard. >> with that in mind, i would wonder why they wouldn't want to do it earlier.
every day that passes, memories fade. new questions come up, i would think from your perspective, the only goal was, finding this child. you'd want to get them in there last week or the week before. >> they were there within days. you have to understand, there's two things at play. of course this family wants answers. they've consented to everything. every search, every swab that needed to be done. but, here at play are a 6 and 8-year-old children. two little boys. we want to make sure this is done in ways that will not damage them. and their child psychiatrist and forensic people. >> they've said that. it's not about -- they're not going to interrogate the children. they realize their tender age. they'll have the specialist. the police officer will not be in the room. we found that in the case of elizabeth smart. her sister was able to provide some vital information in the four months after she was abducted that led in part to elizabeth being returned home.
it is very important to talk to the kids. >> they were spoken to for about five hours in the first days of this. >> every time we talk about this case, it sounds like you and some of the others are saying, yes, we're going to fully cooperate, they spoke back then. i would think that you would want the parents in there as often as possible. that's the perception. when a child is missing -- >> hon i left, perception is not the concern. i'm concerned about the results. >> the perception is going to matter. >> in the last week, we heard from three independent witnesses that put a man with baby at 12, 2:00 and 4:00 a. in a trajectory that lines away from the house. that is something that i think is hot. we should be focusing on that. that said, we have agreed to do everything they have asked. as long as it's done in good faith. what happened here in this investigation, we've become a little too adversarial. i'm representing two victims. i'm a victims' advocate, not a criminal defense lawyer here. they're not being charged with anything.
that being said, within an hour of the disappearance, one of the police investigators sat down in that house, as deborah bradley was on the floor shaking, crying, and he basically said, i know you murdered your daughter. tell us what happened. that is not a way to conduct an investigation. >> you mentioned the fbi earlier. have you asked the fbi to come in and sort of take over this investigation? >> my rapport has been with the fbi. they've taken a more substantial role. i've been very impressed with them, how they have handled themselves, their professionalism. i will continue to work with them. we're fully cooperating with law enforcement. we'll continue to cooperate with law enforcement. we want answers. >> they've looked into on more than one occasion those tips. it seems to come back to the parents. and again, it's gone back and forth a little bit. and they've said they want to be clear so they can move on and focus all. isn't it difficult for the police to move on when they're having this type of behavior
which -- it's suspicious. >> it's not. you're basing it on what media reports or a police spokesperson gets out there. speak to the fbi, they'll tell you how they're conducting themselves. >> the police are frustrated. >> they are. they are frustrated because they can't find answers. they let that crime scene be trampled on by media and others. they're turning the frustration on to the parents. i have no problem with them looking at the parents and focusing on them. don't narrow the investigation to where that's the only scenario they want to look at. >> in the jonbenet ramsey case, the parents got very frustrated. they couldn't deal with police and they started talking with prosecutors. today begins a pivotal week in the case of conrad murray. prosecutors now in the chance of cross examining murray's crucial expert witness.
the witness made in the case that michael jackson could have given himself the dosage that killed him. jim avila with the details. >> reporter: sources tell abc news prosecutors expect cross examination of dr. paul white today followed by two days of rebuttal witnesses and then the judges agreed to send the jury home and let prosecutors and defense prepare for closing arguments thursday and friday, meaning the actual words from the attorneys will come a week from today with the jury getting the case then. >> we are past the date, i told you your services would be over. i really do thank you so much for your continued dedication to this case. >> reporter: conrad murray's defense team has called its last witness, 16 in all, character witnesses like this 82-year-old patient, who said her dr. murray could do nothing wrong. and certainly, is not the greedy man prosecutors want the jury to believe. >> if this man had been greedy, he never could have come to an area of community 75% of them
poor. >> reporter: the jury heard medical experts like propofol expert, paul white, who made the defense point, no patter how negligent conrad murray might everybody his actions did not kill michael jackson. >> do you think it's self-injection of propofol between the hours of 10:30 and 11:00 that did it? >> in my opinion. >> the jury is getting frustrated. they've been promised the trial will be over by october 28th. now they don't expect to get the case until the second week of november. >> thanks very much. now the weather with sam. >> good morning, george. so many without power in new england. the temperatures will come up as we get to boston. that's a nicer shot of milder air. here comes one more shot. we're six weeks away from winter. a winter-like shot to amarillo. at 47 by the time we get to wednesday, from 72 today.
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stories claiming he's tired of her materialism. she's tired of his partying during the lockout and alleged mooching ways. is kim ready to call it quits? >> there seems to be a lot of tension here. whether it's kris not working on kris not getting on with the rest of the family. >> reporter: kim recently told "people" magazine that their situation is fine. she says their living situation is not ideal. her mother is confident they'll figure it out as soon as they get back to l.a. fitting in hasn't been easy. >> is this opportunistic. >> hey, i'm trying to come up off kim? >> but you have come up off kim. >> reporter: they stopped by to cheer on her brother rob, and her sister, clokhloe says that s
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here's the "play of the day." >> all right. creative dog costume is trending big. it's tank dog. a little chihuahua. in a tank. and she goes for walks. the owner made the outfit out of cardboard. >> that's cute. is there there's also tank dog doing a weapons test. >> oh, no. >> oh, yes, yes, yes. let's take a look. there we go. >> tank dog turns into a cold-blooded killer. >> all three pounds of him. >> he's won numerous costume contests. i don't know why. i mean who are we kidding? we love you. but we have stuff to get to. we're minutes away now from a costume reveal for the ages.
a few of us actually worked rather hard. if you want to take a peek -- >> oh, no. >> -- at dance rehearsal. >> where is your spandex? >> that was after the hard work. you gotta want it, sam! >> bring it, bring it josh, bring it! >> that has nothing to do with what we're doing. that has a little bit. >> the running man. >> oh is that cameron? >> yeah. coming up on "gma's" party rock halloween. stay tuned. if you dare. ntacts are so annoy. they're itchy, dry and uncomfortable. i can't wait to take 'em out, throw 'em away and never see them again. [ male announcer ] know the feeling? get the contacts you've got to see to believe. acuvue® oasys brand contact lenses with hydraclear® plus technology, keeping your eyes exceptionally comfortable all day long. it feels like it disappeared on my eye. [ male announcer ] discover why it's the brand eye doctors trust most for comfort. if you have astigmatism,
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♪ part rock is in the house tonight ♪ for the fifth straight year san francisco's crass toe neighborhood will not host an official -- -- halloween street party tonight. it started in 1979 the city shut it down in 2006 after nine were wounded in a shooting incident. it used to 200,000 people to the castro. how about the halloween forecast. start off at 65 drop to 55 after the sunset at 6:12. big changes tomorrow, fire threat tuesday and wednesday. rain thursday and friday.
♪ party rock is in the house tonight everybody just have a good time and we gone pa make you lose your mind ♪ josh wrote the open. >> one word. epic. epic. good morning, welcome to a halloween celebration like you have never seen before, especially here at "good morning america." we're pulling out all the stop this is morning. look at the bling that george has on. >> i like that. i'm going take that home. >> a big costume reveal. >> a quick change coming up. also ahead, chef rocco
dispirito. he's totally into the spirit. he'll be in costume, too. >> halloween is not just for grown ups. children like it too? we have the cutest costumes for your kids. and also your little four-legged friends, too. >> oh, cute. >> we could in the get dave. >> oh, no. >> look at that. >> is that panda bear? so cameron mathison is going way undercover to find out what it really takes to be a zombie. and why are they so hot? wow. wow. taking it very seriously. josh. yeah. >> stay in your seat. you have to do a little bit of news first. we're going to begin with politic. stunning new allegations about herman cain.
according to politico, two female employees accused him of sexually inappropriate discussions. a spokesman for cain denies the situation. now to the snowstorm. more than 2 million people still have to electricity overnight. in connecticut, the biggest power outage ever. power lines brought down by trees and heavy branches. some communities are canceling trick or treating tonight for safety reasons. 12 deaths are be blamed on the storm. and jetblue could be fined $27,000 per passenger after a plane was on the tarmac with people on it for seven hours. no food, no working bathrooms. a twisted plot straight out
of hollywood. a wealthy socialite, a cheating husband, his mistress. and a plot to kill the wife. >> reporter: damian flores is the accused hitman on trial. but he's not the one in the spotlight. that distinction belongs to his alleged victim. houston socialite ivan stern. she survived not one, not two, but three attempts on her life. hits that prosecutors allege were hatched by her husband, and his mistress. in february of last year, someone drove by the house in houston and sprayed it with bullets. ivan wasn't home. in april, another gunman showed up at the dor, shot at her, but missed. the next month, damian flores got his chance. he's accused of shooting her in the stomach she survived, too.
after three attempts on her life, she filed for divorce. suddenly, and inexplicably, changed her mind. she says she's willing to testify and is now standing by her man. >> she knows this man better than anyone. if he wanted to have her killed, it would have happened. >> reporter: and after damian flores stands trial, the mistress and husband are up next. for "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, dallas. the big name if retailing getting back into the black friday frenzy. all macy's stores will open at midnight. they've remain open until 11:00 p.m. and here's diane sawyer with a preview of tonight's "world news." >> tonight, tourists spend a lot
of money when they come to the u.s. you have to see some of the bureaucracy stopping tourists from coming here and helping create jobs right here in america. and we'll investigate tonight on "world news." and that's a look at the headlines. all. >> all right, how about a little pop news halloween style. here we go. a new poll shows the majority of us will spend about $25 on a halloween getup. it's estimated this year americans will spend $1 billion on children's costumes and more -- $1.2 billion on big kids costumes. we've contributed to that here on "gma." heidi klum was a skeleton with a little meat on her bones. made quite the entrance, wheeled
in on an autopsy table, letting it all hang out. she says it took hours getting air brushed. the results, a medical miracle. and what happened to the good old jack-o'-lantern. check out what artist ray has sliced up. these carvings. the world's best ig pumpkin, 1800 pounds. it took him 15 hours to carve. they're on display. unzipping the fear inside. for horticulture lovers who visit the botannical gardens. and zombies are everywhere. the undead trying to break a world record for most zombies on the move by descending on long beach, california. 4700 zombie held by the city of
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♪ ♪ and we're gonna make you lose your mind everybody just have a good time ♪ whoo-hoo! are you ready for our biggest party rock halloween ever? that's right. i knew you were. so am i. the moment is almost here. this is "gma's" party rock halloween. the most chilling and thrilling halloween we have ever had. now, i am one of the zombies of the walking dead this morning. more on that later. first, we have the stars that
made our live concert so memorable all summer long. let's look at our spectacular performers and see if you can guess if you dare. there's been a scary surge of talent on the stages. from supermatch performances. who will be haunting our hallowed calls this morning? could we be zipping in the monster talent of lady gaga. or florence and the machine. will we be visited by ghosts of teen idols past debbie gibson and tiffany? should we fear the fierce country crooning of keith urban or miranda lambert? maybe we'll be spoked by the spirit of nicki minaj. or will we be screaming for
britney spears. perhaps lmfao will be in the house. whoever it is, it will be a ghoulishly good thriller. [ evil laughter ] it's time to unearth the superstars who made you tremble with excitement. live in times scare. we begin -- we begin with the number one rap star of the year. the best-selling rap woman of the decade. i can't believe it. nicki minaj! go nicki, go nicki. what do you got? what do you got? whoo!
♪ boom bah doom doom like i told them when i was here this summer, bobbies stay in school. stay in school. you gotta be fearless. >> your fearless. i love you, nicki. next up, i can't believe who we have here this morning. mama to be, making number one hits, it's beyonce is here! i love it! with the baby bump and everything. the real baby bump. that's what i'm talking about. >> i'm fierce. whoo! >> so fantastic.
they are more beautiful this person. unbelievable. here we go. now -- the woman who surrounds herself with little monsters. she flew on to our concert stage, no broom necessary. that's right. lady gaga. check her out. and for the first time, you guys, for the first time, you're going see the secret outtakes. look at that. unbelievable. she survived that. no, oh. she's okay. >> paws up, little monsters. >> lady gaga. [ cheers and applause ] lady gaga. how did you do it? how did you do it? >> paws up, gaga! >> thank goodness you're all
right. >> paws up, little monsters. it was a little rough. i wish i had taken the egg. how you doing, beyonce? nicki, keep it together today. keep it together. >> i love this look. you have other looks. >> i have many, many looks. >> tell me. >> i love this one, too, thank you. it's something that comes from inside. as does my favorite look ever. i thing you know him from the vma awards. joe calderone. >> i'm so, so happy. to accept this award tonight. because gaga's not here. >> let's just say it was a bit of a bad romance. many people think lara spencer and george stephanopoulos are one and the same. that's how i feel about joe
calderone. >> many people. many people. no! joe! [ cheers and applause ] >> that's pretty amazing. that is -- that -- that is -- hey. that is pretty unbelievable. having them both on the same stage at the same time. but i gotta tell you something. we're not done. there is more here. we have the biggest breakthrough band of the year with the megahit record that we have been singing all year. party rock anthem. lmfao look at that. look at that.
okay. that's right. give it to me. the sky blue. whoo! okay. hold on. hold on. hold up. you guys look good. you look really, really good. i'm just getting -- apparently, we have the real lmfao live from the house in los angeles. that's them. >> this is so cool. what's up, guys? >> shake it, shake it. how did we do is this how do you like it? how do our guys look? you just keep dancing. >> they look great. they look -- they're going to bet some ladies tonight. >> they're going to get ladies tonight, baby. >> thanks to you. you sent some of your personal
wardrobe. congratulations. two nominations for the ama awards and a hit new single. sexy and i know it. everybody's offing it. am i right? >> wiggle wiggle wiggle wiggle. yeah. >> sexy and you know it. how did they do with the shuffle? they do all right? with the shuffle? >> they did okay. >> let's see it. >> they did all right. they got the head. >> i got an idea. you kick us off again. you get the boom box? we're going to go at it again. >> let's do it. who came to party! ♪ party rock is in the house tonight ♪ ♪ everybody just have a good time ♪ ♪ and we gonna make you lose your mind ♪ ♪ everybody just have a good time ♪ ♪ party rock is in the house tonight ♪
♪ everybody just have a good time ♪ ♪ and we gonna make you lose your mind ♪ ♪ we just wanna se ya shake that ♪ ♪ ♪ in the club, party rock lookin' for your girl ♪ she on my jock ♪ ♪ nonstop when we in the spot shakin' booty weight ♪ ♪ like she on the block where the drank ♪ ♪ i gots to know tight jeans, tattoo ♪ ♪ 'cause i'm rock 'n' roll half black, half white ♪ ♪ domino game the money, op-a-doe ♪ ♪ yo, i'm running through these like drano ♪ ♪ i got that devilish flow rock 'n' roll, no halo ♪ ♪ we party rock, yeah that's the crew that i'm reppin' ♪ ♪ on the rise to the top no led in our zeppelin, hey ♪ ♪ party rock is in the house tonight ♪
♪ everybody just have a good time ♪ ♪ and we gonna make you lose your mind ♪ ♪ everybody just have a good time ♪ ♪ party rock is in the house tonight ♪ >> whoo! ♪ everybody just have a good time ♪ ♪ and we gonna make you lose your mind ♪ ♪ we just wanna se ya shake that ♪ yeah! ♪ every day i'm shufflin' ♪ shufflin', shufflin' ♪ ♪ >> whoo!
>> whoo! ♪ step up fast and be the first girl ♪ ♪ to make me throw this cash ♪ ♪ we getting' money don't be mad now ♪ ♪ stop hatin' is bad ♪ ♪ one more shot for us another round ♪ ♪ please fill up my cup don't mess around ♪ ♪ we just wanna see you shake it now ♪ ♪ now you wanna be you're naked now ♪ ♪ get up, get up get up, get up ♪ ♪ get up, get up put your hands up ♪ ♪ to the sound to the sound ♪ ♪ get up get up ♪ put your hands up put your hands up ♪ ♪ put your hands up put your hands up ♪ >> get in there. get in there! ♪ get up put your hands up get your hands up ♪ ♪ party rock is in the house tonight ♪ ♪ put your hands up everybody just ♪ ♪ have a good time put your hand up ♪ ♪ and we gonna make you lose your mind ♪ ♪ put your hands up everybody just have ♪ ♪ a good, good good time, ooh ♪
♪ put your hands up put your hands up ♪ ♪ feel it babe ♪ put your hands up put your hands up ♪ shake that ♪ ♪ every day i'm shufflin' ♪ ♪ put your put your ♪ put your put your >> whoo! ♪ put your hands up [ cheers and applause ] >> that's right. that's right. look, look who is still partying. look who is still partying in
l.a. thank you so much, guys. . >> yeah. >> put the your hands together one more time for the real deal, lmfao. >> baby baby. >> thank you so much. we have to reveal. we have to out our robot. >> come on. >> hey! >> i'm telling you what, that was hard. that was hard dancing in that thing. >> great. >> how did you survive the zip line? >> the zip line -- was harrowing. i do it all for "gma," baby. >> the sacrifice. >> how did you prepare? the flawless shuffle. >> oh, yes.
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thursday and friday. daylight savings ♪ party rock is in the house tonight everybody just have a good time ♪ just moments ago, we revealed our costumes for the "gma" rocking halloween. it's not every day we get to place dressup. we're making the most of it. oh, george, you nailed it. but come on, the boys? who knew that was dan harris in the box? >> this is where i belong. >> wait a second. you showed true commitment. not only did you come out in costume. you rehearsed all day yesterday. let's get a little bit of behind the scenes on dancing with our stars. >> look at josh go. >> i'm telling you. >> i will say this. the back story here. on friday, sam learned to do and
sam had a diva meltdown. you were going give me room. i'm going to learn this dance. you've got to be kidding me. >> we all got there. >> we needed every minute. >> george, think we're going to lose them to "dancing with the stars." i see that. >> only if i get to dance -- >> i thought they were amazing pip was hiding behind josh most of the time. >> you look god, too, cam. >> how about when he got going. >> can we talk about george wearing eye liner. george? >> tell us about in the kresz here. there's a little bit more for you. >> i'm -- i'm not fierce this morning. yes, beyonce, the amazing woman that she is, the hot stuff, wore the dress with just this on.
the tassels ended here. i added an extra level. >> how far along are you? >> almost five months? >> what a story. congratulations. >> thank you. >> you were working it. >> and lara, you had the green screen going. >> i used muscles i didn't know i had. i was only two feet above ground. i was in character, i was in the moment. i am lady gaga. and why aim wearing a table cloth? that fall was real, sadly. >> we also had halloween sweets this morning. some little once running around. they look god in their costumes. and so rocco dispirito is here, too. we'll have some -- some treats
under 100 calories. look at this. so cute. >> great stuff. >> hey, don't. the zmbyes are everywhere. [ cheers and applause ] >> i gotta tell you. the zombies are coming in. the whole zombie thing was killing me. i had to figure out what was behind the resurgence. and with the help of amc's "the walking dead" i found out why they refuse to die. the character ws we love to fea. the creatures that make us want to scream. [ screaming ] we ought to run away. but we just can't seem to get enough. >> the movie genre is
incredible. people enjoy being scared. >> reporter: in the 1930s, there was dracula. move over, fellas. the new millennium has ushered in a new love affair. this time, with the zombies. in amc's hot new show "the walking dead" zombies terrify what is left of the human race. be afraid. be very afraid. >> they're a hugely commercial thing. you just can't stop them. they just keep coming and coming and coming. >> reporter: that's right. zombies. from michael jackson's "thriller" are everywhere these days. they're in specials and flash mobs. even protesters on wall street are getting in on the act.
the "walking dead" cast would like to take credit for some of the current madness. >> "walking dead" is leading the genre into a more well-known status. >> reporter: i got the take a tour tof the "walking dead" set. what happened? >> i imagine i fell down on my side and was just taken out. it was just a nice snack for somebody. >> reporter: and let me tell you, "walking dead" zombies are sights to behold. that makeup takes three hours. oh, my. i hadn't seen that side of the face. >> once they get the contacts in, it's skreep pi. >> reporter: there's more than makeup involved. >> stay away from the thriller stuff. as much as everybody loves the idea of dancing zombies. ♪ >> we don't, not so much. only because -- only because, as
i do this, but that's exactly what everybody does. our goal is to make zombies scary. we try to tend to avoid people breaking into dance numbers. >> reporter: greg paired me up with a couple of zombies to master the walk. >> the center of gravity, let it guide you as normally you would have your posture holding you back. there you go. that's good. >> this is hard. it's like an abwo workout. i was ready for a screen test. >> good. i would give it a five. >> reporter: who knows? could come in handy this halloween night. yes. very, very scary. in case you don't have a
professional makeup artist to help you out and you want to dress as a zombie tonight. you can get tissue you piper with latex at a costume store. put it on your face, let it dry, peels off. you can rinse your mouth out with a dark food die like this. >> oh, that's why. >> if you don't have -- you can wear contacts. tell a story with your zombie. this guy got attacked from this side, not this side. fig your out how your zombie came to be. "walking dead" amc's big hit, on sundays. check it out. >> they're so in character. >> who? >> you. everybody. all of them. this will be a big hit this halloween. sam? sam? sam? weather, weather sam. >> yo, come on, nicki.
it's blue sky for the rest of the day. there's no sam. we have lions and tigers here. give me your best tiger and lion. look at the camera. that's a good one. nat geo wild would like everyone to cause an uproar. we lost many than 90% of the world's lions in the last century. carry this box for trick or treating in your lion or tiger outfit. you can go to our website, email@example.com for more. we want you to know about some things. twitter is alive with the pictures. the pumpkins covered in snow on the porch. it was a rough one in new
england. the storm pulls away. here's scary cities. >> all that weather was brought to you by chicos. we're live in times square for "ghoul" morning america. nicki, joe? coming up, the hottest -- hello, sweetie -- the costumes for your children and maybe your pooch as well. we'll do the monster mash when we come back. when "good morning america" continues.
♪ party rock is in the house tonight everybody just have a good time ♪ oh, yeah, lmfao in the house. or is it. welcome back to "ghoul" morning america. kids are going all out with some of the costumes for the under 12 set. amazing things this year. i'm seeing heist in the monitor. i'm, quite frankly, scared.
cameron will tell us about the big trends. >> you're going to love some of the outfit wes have. you can't have halloween without your basic critter costume. the first team that we have here. look at charlie. hey, charlie, how you doing? he's in a chimp outfit with his mom, zoo keeper or should i say boo keeper. >> very nice. >> are you kidding me, the panda, elly, your dog is panda. >> that's great. you can bundle up. this, you can get, man planet has a bunch of krcritter costum for kids. you look fantastic. >> superheroes. big this year. >> they've been big for the last couple of years. look at them. >> mary, one of our incredible
producers. >> you look fantastic. a pint-sized captain america, you look great, augie. >> and who are you? >> this is luka. >> green lantern. >> can we talk about floppy, the super dog. >> thank you. >> next up, the royalty in the house. we need the royalty. >> that's right. >> oh, my gosh. >> that's right. >> our royal couple. the royal cup sl here. we have -- searsha and our prince william. come over here. you look so nice. congratulations. >> i like beatrices hat, too. get over here. >> did cow see that? did you know that? you look great. what is where the dog hat?
>> it's a fascinator. the dog's name is beatrice. the hat is like princess beatrice's hat. >> moving along. from "pan am" being abc's big hit. we have ava and zackary. >> hold on. can you do this? >> you have to do this. can you do this? this way, this way. >> i'm going to bring out the big year in movies. we have isabella as smurfette and hudson as a transformer. hive fives. you look fantastic. give me a high five. don't leave me hanging. that's right. >> a big sign-off.
♪ we know who that is. >> we sure do. cma entertainer of the year. brad paisley. he'll be here to talk about his new book and he'll be back to perform a week from tomorrow. we have another big halloween surprise. brad is here now. >> so nice of him. >> brad! >> how are you? >> how are you doing? >> i wrote that song for you,
robin. >> thank you. how are kim and the kids? >> they're good. >> entertainer of the year. >> you actually play a guitar, right? >> i do. >> but your specialty is food. >> i need to stick with the food. you haven't heard my guitar playing. >> it's healthy to a degree. >> you want to give your kids something that feels like a treat. let's start with brownies. egg batters. in a blender. >> egg beaters? >> yes, egg substitute. or egg white. that is agave nectar. get raw. those are black beans. tastes great. gluten free flower. melted butter.
some espresso powder. a brownie cup cake. and cocoa powder. stir it up. make a batter. >> come on, brad. bring it. >> egg whites here? >> yes. and mix it together. fold them together, gently, nicely, with love. put it in a pastry bag. put it in the papers. i make an easy low-fat, low-sugar frosting with jell-o vanilla pudding. >> what are the calories we're saving? >> on a typical brownie, anywhere from 100 to 297 calories. this one is only 55. >> so i can have six. >> exactly.
better than six is other way. >> yogurt-covered pretzels. this is just a mixture of all-natural greek yogurt and gelatin. >> greek yogurt is all the rage. why? >> they don't add preservatives, fruit. sweeteners. it's just a healthy food. look how nice this works. >> do we bake them or? >> you just let them sit. >> wham am i -- what am i saving? >> four of mine. i take milk powder. and i burn it. i put it in a blender. with some gum and i make my own
[ cheers and applause ] we're still in full on party mode. you send us your pictures of your best halloween costumes. number three, the picture of her daughter. it's dorothy with the wizard of oz. and number two, from lynn. the number one vote getter comes from jeanette from new york. friends dressed up as the
. oakland city officials plan to return medical supplies to the occupy oakland demonstrators. the protesters are back at frank ogawa plaza after police ousted them last tuesday. while the city has not changed its policy it appears they are tolerating the camp. looks like a beautiful night starting out 65 dropping down to 55. the sun will set at 6:12. mid to upper 60s along the case, san francisco, richmond. fire danger tomorrow and wednesday. rain thursday and friday. earlier accident at the about toll plaza has been cleared. traffic is still slow into san francisco. next newscast at 11.