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realize your buying power at open.com good morning, america. breaking news, plane crash. an airbus with more than 200 tourists goes down in egypt. the flight losing contact 23 minutes after takeoff. all aboard feared dead. what went wrong here? new overnight, killer storms, reported tornadoes tear through texas destroying businesses and homes. >> just as i reached down and grabbed her little arms, the window ex-floweded. >> as another deluge causes fierce flooding. rushing waters sweeping through the streets and there's more rain to come. leah remini, the sitcom star opening up to me about her life growing up in scientology. >> they provide room and board, and you work there, and you sign a billion year contract. >> a billion year contract. why she left? the controversial church and
would her family stand by her. and spooktacular morning. we revisit "the legend of sleepy hollow." the headless horseman leads the way, the fearless "gma" team. well, some of us. braving a frightful night of surprises, the ghoulish fun as we say -- >> good morning, america. happy halloween. it's saturday, october 31st. it's "good morning america." hey, good morning and happy halloween. we're going to blow it out this morning. we've got kids. we've got dogs. we've got rob standing by in sleepy hollow, we're all in. look at the kids and it's all coming up just a little bit later in the show this morning. >> and we also have you. >> oh, yes. >> which is always good for hall. but we do have to start with some tragic and breaking news from overseas. a plane with more than 200 people on board went down overnight. >> the plane was en route
from the popular red sea resort of sharm el sheikh, egypt, to st. petersburg, russia, when it crashed in the sinai peninsula. >> now, it is an airbus a-321, had more than 200 people on board, and it disappeared 23 minutes after takeoff early saturday. abc's alex marquardt is in the region and has the very latest for us. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, paula. that's right. just a short time ago russia's embassy in cairo confirmed there are no survivors in this crash. the plane disa peerppeared 23 minutes after taking off and the dave & buster's found in a mountainous area. there were 217 passengers on this plane, plus 7 crew, all of them russian all now feared to be dead. egyptian authorities saying it was a technical failure and not terrorism that brought down this plane. paula. >> all right, alex, thank you. and for more on what may have brought that plane down, let's bring in abc's david kerley. david, good morning. we know that you cover aviation. we know this plane disappeared as alex said just 23 minutes after takeoff and we're hearing
reports of a distress call from the pilot. what are you hearing? >> yeah, this is one report from what would be an official with what is our ntsb on the egyptian side saying that basically the pilot radioed in that he had a problem and was trying to land at another airport. if that is true, that suggests a lot of things, that something may have gone wrong at altitude, that the pilot got down and then something else went wrong or some mistake was made and the aircraft went down. it's really early in this to figure out exactly what happened to this airbus a-321, which is a very good aircraft, paula. >> you mentioned the altitude. the plane was flying at 31,000 feet when air traffic control lost contact. any idea what the wreckage will tell us, david? >> absolutely. if the wreckage is spread out, that tells you that the plane broke up at altitude. if it is more compact, that means that maybe the pilot was trying to land the aircraft and we've had one report that it broke into two pieces.
if that's the case, it'll tell us quite a bit, and don't forget this is a conflict zone, not quite the same as mh17. we don't believe that the rebels that the egyptians are fighting have the kind of equipment that was used in ukraine, so even though egyptian officials are saying terrorism has been ruled out, it may be too early to say that. you don't know if a bomb could have been involved or not. there are so many factors still to be figured out. it's very early after this plane went down, paula. >> so many factors and the story continues to evolve. david, thank you. dan. >> we're going to move now to the other story breaking overnight. the lethal weather in texas. two people dead, two missing after flash flooding and reported tornadoes hit the central part of the state. a foot and a half of rain in just 24 hours. the water is rising so fast, people got trapped in their cars. abc's aditi roy is in seguin, texas, in front of a home that got hit by one of those reported tornadoes. aditi, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, dan. the devastation here is absolutely staggering. take a look. this reported tornado allegedly lifted part of this home off its foundation, moved it in the air
25 feet and then dropped it onto this car here and you can see it's still on its side. even more chilling, though, the incredible survival story of the family living inside. record rains, dangerous flooding and reported tornadoes wreaking havoc across texas. the alvarez family hit hard. violent winds destroying their home while aubrey and two of her children were still inside. >> and just as i reached down and grabbed her little arms, the window just exploded. >> reporter: mom getting her daughter out of the way just as the storm took a turn for the worse, and nearby a local high school ripped apart by high winds. officials confirming two deaths and reports of more missing. much of the widespread damage from this halloween weekend storm caused by flooding, raging waters rushing through the streets sweeping away personal belongings, even cars. through the night rescue crews
across the state pulling drivers from the rapids, and this elementary school surrounded by water. >> we're dropping a rescuer right now. >> so you can see, i'm floating down some sort of creek. >> reporter: kerry packer barely making it out alive. his car filling with water recording this message for family. >> love you guys. >> reporter: thankfully that man is doing okay and so is the family who lived in this home. they're staying with loved ones and trying to figure out their next steps. paula, back to you. >> harrowing situations for all those families involved, aditi, thank you. these storms are on the move which means for texans unfortunately they are not out of the woods. rob is tracking it all from his remote location in sleepy hollow, new york, for us this morning. hi, rob. >> hi, paula. another weekend, another weekend of severe weather and flooding across texas. we want to show you some video and some pictures that we're just getting in now from houston where the rain is coming down so hard the streets are flooding. there are rescues that are ongoing. you see that car with the water
almost up to the roof there. and we have numerous tornado warnings out, especially south of the city where there's some damage being reported. so the eastern half of texas again getting slammed. a flash flood watch up and a tornado watch up for the next several hours as well, and the heavier rains are going to pour into louisiana, as well as this cold front finally pushes to the east slowly and brings a lot of gulf moisture with it so that's where you see the heaviest amount of rain. and they will be potent across southeast louisiana and could get severe there later on this afternoon and tonight through the overnight in nola. how much rain do we expect once it gets out of texas? could see 4, 5, maybe even 6 inches of rainfall across new orleans, so that's an area we watch for flooding and heavy rain stretches from all there to all the way up in through parts of atlanta, as well. we'll talk more about this throughout the program and live from sleepy hollow, new york, a pretty exciting place to celebrate halloween. >> exciting place and i can't wait for everyone to figure out exactly why you're in sleepy hollow for us this morning, rob. thank you.
and moving now to the white house, a surprise announcement that u.s. troops will be sent to syria and special forces will train and advise troops, but will that lead to combat like it did for u.s. troops in iraq last week. jim avila at the white house for us to answer it. hi, jim. >> reporter: good morning, paula. it's not what the white house had planned and it's not what the president wants, so this morning, the obama administration is promising that the troop troops will have a short and limited role for american troops in syria. this morning there are no american troops in syria, but within several weeks the first u.s. special forces will start flowing behind the front lines in what the white house says is a training mission and not a combat mission. >> they're being deployed to syria with a training, advising and assist mission, and that's not an effort to downplay the serious risk that they're facing. >> reporter: national security forces tell me the troops, less than 50, will, however, accompany opposition forces on dangerous missions such as hostage rescue and while they will not routinely be on the front lines, they will defend
themselves. why are they going now? sources tell abc news, american special forces will be used to enable local militias to take and ultimately hold the isis stronghold of raqqah. the border between syria and turkey and degrade the isis supply lines in syria and iraq. >> the president does expect that they can have an impact in intensifying our strategy. >> reporter: reaction has been both swift and sometimes critical. some complaining that the president is breaking a promise not to enter a new war and others saying he's not do enough, dan. >> tricky line to walk for sure. jim avila, at the white house this morning, thank you. to domestic politics now and a big and potentially angry meeting tomorrow night. the republican campaigns unhappy about the debates. millions of americans have been tuning in but the candidates are displeased with the tone and the tenor, so let's bring in abc's jon karl. so, tell us about this. first of all, good morning. >> good morning, dan. happy halloween. >> thank you. tell us about this meeting tomorrow night, and is it true that dr. ben carson's team is
sort of leading the charge? >> he really is. this is a meeting of representatives of all the campaigns coming together. they are angry about that last debate. they all have complaints, they all have changes that they want to make in future debates, dan. obviously they didn't like the questions. these campaigns want to have more control over the moderators and how these debates go down. but i got to tell you, we are verging on "lord of the flies" time here because while they all agree they don't like what happened last debate, they do not agree on what they want to see happen. >> as long as it doesn't become "lord of the rings." but let me ask you, is it possible that this thing will fall apart, that we would have no more debates or that we'd have some debates where some candidates show up and others don't? >> we're on the verge of seeing chaos. the rnc has carefully constructed these debates to limit the numbers and have control over who is doing them, the moderators and said you can't go to unsanctioned debates. they're so upset you could see a situation where you have candidates going off on their own. they don't agree. donald trump wants shorter debates. that's all he wants. ben carson wants to have fewer debates and the other candidates
want to have more debates, so you could have, you know, like the whole structure that's been crafted here fall apart. >> a combo of "lord of the flies" and "lord of the rings." let me ask you about one of the candidates that really a lot of people are viewing as a breakout star from the wednesday night debate, marco rubio. he scored a major endorsement overnight. tell us about that. >> this is a big deal. paul singer gave more money to republican candidates last year than any other person. he was somebody that was sought by jeb bush, sought by chris christie, and he has now come out, and he is not only endorsing marco rubio, he is saying he will raise money for marco rubio, and he is the kind of guy -- he's a billionaire, but he's the kind of guy that also goes out and gets other billionaires and millionaires to give -- to give money to candidates, so this is a very big deal for marco rubio and another real troubling sign for jeb bush that his money may dry out. >> jon karl, great to have you here on a saturday morning. >> great to be here. >> happy halloween yet again. and we do want to remind everybody, coming up next week right here on "gma," donald trump live in our times square studio this tuesday to talk
about his campaign, and he's got a new book out called "crippled america." paula, over to you. >> so the donald will be in studio. that's big. that's huge. [ laughter ] but we do have more trouble this morning for the online fantasy sports business. one of the major sites fanduel is being sued on behalf of nfl players. the class action lawsuit alleges that fanduel uses the players' names and their images, their likenesses without their permission. abc's tony reali is here with more on this. good morning, tony. >> good morning, paula. you've seen the commercials and you heard it come up at last week's republican debate. daily fantasy sports is a huge multibillion dollar business and with that much at stake comes more questions about the legality of it all. overnight popular fantasy sports site fanduel hit hard with a lawsuit. >> do you want to duel me? >> reporter: washington wide receiver pierre garcon suing the company saying the site improperly exploits the popularity and accomplishments of nfl players. >> they're using the name to drive millions of players to
their website. >> reporter: fangduel, one of the leading sites, along with draftkings and a billion dollar sports industry with over 7 million entries each week offering daily cash prizes to players for high-scoring teams but according to the lawsuit, fanduel uses names and likenesses of players without authority or valid license, unlike competing site draftkings, which has a deal with the nfl players association. >> fanduel didn't get a license from anyone. >> reporter: but a spokesperson for the company says the suit is without merit and fanduel looks forward to continuing to operate our contests. this lawsuit, the latest in a string of legal woes for the top two sites. earlier this month the fbi and justice department launching an inquiry into the practices of both fantasy sports websites. there's no doubt millions have come to love daily fantasy sports sites, especially when they win. fanduel claims to have paid out nearly half a billion dollars last year, but a spotlight seems to be shining brighter now. >> so, it's possible that with
the increased scrutiny, fans might not be able to enjoy this . longer. >> it's entirely possible. we're talking about the fbi and the nfl and the players wondering where the money is going. billions of dollars. >> sports. we're supposed to enjoy this but now got an investigation. >> people enjoy it when they win. >> they do enjoy money, thank you. to ron with a look at the other stories breaking this morning. good morning, sir. >> good morning to you, dan and paula. we're going to begin with that -- a nightclub fire in bucharest, the capital of romania. it happened after a rock band's pyrotechnic show sparked an explosion creating a huge fire there. more than two dozen people were killed. at least 180 others injured and officials fear that that death toll, it could rise. witnesses saying that some victims were engulfed in flames as they rushed to escape through a single exit door. that is in bucharest, romania. and back here at home, 28 schoolchildren in virginia are recovering this morning from injuries after their school bus flipped onto its roof on friday. police say the bus was sideswiped by a white minivan
driven by a 17-year-old who was trying to pass the school bus in an intersection and police say that that caused the wreck. in connecticut the remains of a couple who disappeared back in august have been discovered in a yard, and now the son of jeffrey and jeanette navin, kyle navin, along with his girlfriend have been charged with their murder. kyle navin has been in custody, police custody since september on a federal weapons charge. and check out your pantry this morning. there is a recall we want to tell you about. hormel foods is conducting a limited recall of its reduced fat peanut butter spread over concerns that metal shavings may have gotten into the jars. 153 cases were sent to distribution centers, publix, target and walmart stores, that is in seven states. to california where crews will work to try to free a huge whale that got tangled in some lobster fishing line. the humpback whale spotted friday morning about a mile off the coast of newport beach, southern california, the more than 35-foot-long mammal was swimming close to a whale
watching boat with nearly 90 passengers on board. you see it there. the divers managed to get part of the line off the whale, but they were having a hard time keeping it in place to finish the job of freeing that whale. what a homecoming for new york mets, game three of the world series friday night, the amazins trouncing the kansas city royals by a score of 2-1. game four tonight once again here in queens, new york. and finally, a showstopping costume at the annual white house halloween party. the president kicking off the holiday getting down on the floor inside the oval office to play with little ella rhodes, the daughter of deputy national security adviser ben rhodes. but the real party was outside, outside the white house as the first couple not in costume or dressed up as the president and first lady perhaps gave out white house halloween cookies and candy to hundreds of washington, d.c. schoolkids and families of military families.
the music. here's what's going to happen across the country today. really the eastern third of the country looks really nice although chilly this morning and chilly tonight. just get your jack-o'-lanterns out there and you're going to have to keep them dry across the south. i mentioned the flooding in texas will spread through louisiana, mississippi and alabama and a little bit of shower activity from chicago to detroit and very, very stormy across the pacific northwest, an onslaught of storminess, as a matter of fact. we had one roll through yesterday, another one tonight. flood watches posted and wind advisories up, as well. heavier rains, windy conditions, could see more in the way of power outages as that cold front pushes through i think during the day tomorrow. and east of there is where the chilly stuff is, so not only across the northeast but a halloween chill across the inner mountain west. temps below freezing in many spots across the northern plains, as well. so there will be areas where you're certainly going to have to dress in layers. happy halloween, america. here is your local for
>> we have swung the cameras around to reveal where we are, the sleepy hollow cemetery. >> have you seen him, have you seen him? >> seen who? >> the headless horseman. he haunts these hollows. the word is he lost his head in a great battle many years ago. >> ooh. >> i haven't seen any headless horsmen. >> wasn't that him? >> what? >> ichabod, who's your friend? >> he's here to tell us about the weather and tonight the horseman might ride, right? >> ichabod, you're so silly. >> it's 2015, guys.
i don't know about a headless horseman, but we'll get to the bottom of this and we'll see you a little bit later on in the show. >> i love that even ladies from the 1700s are hitting on rob marciano. that tells you his appeal is cross generational, cross chronological. all right. much more from you coming up, rob and much more from us. we'll talk about halloween in hollywood. celebrities going all out in some crazy costumes. we'll show you coming up. >> loving that. plus, we're going to have more from our abc news exclusive with leah remini. her life growing up in scientology and why she says that it was time to leave the church behind. we'll be right back. "good morning america" is brought to you by carmax, the bright side of car buying. to the car that just survived hours of reconditioning... sorry, we know that was a bit... invasive. but, if we didn't hoist you up in the air and poke around a little, we wouldn't be carmax.
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>> they never did, dan. >> you guys are in "pop news." >> i'm never wearing a tri-corner hat again. although i -- >> you looked really cute. >> you did look cute. >> no. well, i don't know about that. >> rob. >> how about my outfit? >> what did you say you looked like? >> it was a miller's hat. i looked like an afghan warlord, which maybe is not a bad thing. >> just as intimidating. just as intimidating. >> as the headless horseman. >> okay, so we should explain what you're looking at. we'll be telling the story in a crack style of sleepy hollow. that's coming up on "gma." keep it here. >> i didn't have to dress up. t have to dress up. look, i know you're a cow and all. and you may not know what i'm talking about, but, uh. the yogurt made from your milk, is delicious.
♪ hellfire -- ♪ hellfire dark fire now gypsy it's your turn ♪ tyhat was spooktacular, guys. this youtube user created this epic halloween lights extravaganza. it's all synced up to disney villain songs. the display -- i love this -- raises money for homeless families. >> good for him. >> good for him. on that we say happy halloween on this happy saturday. >> i like that he's doing it for a good cause. i would not however like to be one of his neighbors. >> i so would, i'd sell tickets in the front yard. >> there you go. entrepreneur, ding, ding. >> exploitation. >> you would sell tickets and it's not your display. >> no, you just give out front seats and you're like, i'll let you sit in my yard but
you have to pay for it. ron, aren't you proud of me? >> sara is preparing for a tour of duty on "shark tank." >> initiative. >> that's coming up in the way distant future. what's coming up in the less distant future, let's say, this is a hint of what's to come later this morning by way of a headless horseman and a flaming jack-o'-lantern. what happened when the "gma" weekend team decided to investigate and i use that term in the lightest possible way. >> no, this was a full out investigation, people. >> oh, my gosh. i was part of an investigation. >> it really wasn't and tried to investigate in quotes, "the legend of sleepy hollow." lots of surprises coming up on "gma." first we do have more from our exclusive interview with leah remini. the former sitcom star and former scientologist with her new book called "troublemaker" soon hitting the shelves. >> a lot has been made of her criticisms of high-profile church member tom cruise, but there is a more personal story here, as well, about leah's family and its relationship to this controversial thing. >> i'm going to get there first! >> reporter: years before she would star in the hit cbs show "the king of queens," leah remini joined scientology as an
8-year-old because her mom recently divorced had thrown herself into the faith. >> she was never home, really at the church morning, noon and night. >> what was told to me was look at what you're doing for the world. this is more important than your family. >> reporter: when leah was a teenager, her mom decided to enroll her in the sea org, the pious uniformed full time religious order of the church. >> they provide room and board and you work there and you sign a billion year contract. >> a billion year contract. >> correct. >> there it is in writing, scientologists believe in reincarnation and sea org members are expected to keep working every time they come back. leah quickly got in trouble in the sea org in part because of her involvement with boys. >> i allowed my boyfriend at the time who was like my first boyfriend to go like this over my shirt. >> and that was enough to get you -- >> that was light, very light. it wasn't a real grab, dan. light. >> very hard to have this
discussion with a straight face. >> sorry. >> reporter: leah didn't make it in the sea org, but as her star rose in hollywood, she and her family stayed deeply involved in the faith. even as leah began to develop serious doubts about church leaders, the role of tom cruise and even some of scientology's core beliefs. >> when i read it, i said, this is some crazy [ bleep ]. >> you thought it was crazy and you're laughing about it now but you stayed in the church. >> so what do i do? i'm walking away from my mother? i'm leaving my mother? i'm never talking to my mother again? >> reporter: but when leah ultimately left, her mom and everyone else in her family stood by her. did you ever have a moment of thinking, well, maybe i'll stay with the church? >> never. it was never a thought. >> how much did it mean to you that your family stood by you? >> it means everything. >> in fact, leah says leaving scientology has made her family closer than ever. it has, however, led to a major war of words with the church itself, which in a statement to abc news has called leah, and i'm quoting here, a liar, self-absorbed, rude and
embarrassing. >> i just want to say kudos to you. you're a pro and we're looking forward to having her on "the view" later on this week, as well. let's things over to rob in sleepy hollow, new york. another sighting of the headless horseman. are you okay? >> i haven't seen a headless horseman. you saw -- earlier we saw ichabod crane and katrina from "the legend of sleepy hollow." at least we know they exist. hopefully we'll see them later on this morning. what a beautiful morning. it is cold. beautiful colors up here in the hudson valley but certainly on the chilly side. let's go over some halloween type of towns. some spooky areas of the country and go through that forecast. some spooktacular cities, thank you, dan manzel. sleepy hollow, 56. temperatures in the 30s. casper, as in the ghost, wyoming, 62. mystic, connecticut, love it, 55. tombstone, arizona, i'll be your huckleberry, 71 and pumpkintown, south carolina, 61. going out and doing some trick-or-treating today, yeah, it'll be chilly in spots
but seasonably cool in the northeast, so layer up, kids. don't make mom put that big old down coat over your fantastic costume. should be all right there. and the rain across the midsection and across the pacific northwes ♪ >> this weather report brought ♪ >> this weather report brought to you by aveeno daily moisturizer. oh, hi, katrina, hello, ichabod. >> fine weather we're having. >> yes, it is fine, a beautiful majestic anti-cyclone to bring us these cobalt blue skies. the colors are just vibrant. >> rob, have you seen him yet? >> what, dude. seen who? >> the headless horseman, of course. >> oh, come on. he does not exist. it's ridiculous. >> rob, of course, he does, darling. >> behind you. >> oh, my god, he does exist. >> protect me, rob.
>> i've got an umbrella. i'll save you. he does exist, guys. the headless horseman. i've got to defend the fair katrina. we'll be right back. let me go. >> i love -- rob has some acting chops. >> yeah. hope that works out, rob. >> yeah, exactly. he needs like to be carrying a dagger in his mouth. coming up on "gma," our halloween party will be raging on, and we've got canines in costume and sara, who are you hanging out with? >> i have found some of the cutest halloween -- well, some are cute. look at this headless guy right here. i think we met him at sleepy hollow. look at all these amazing costumes. you guys can wave. you're on right now. all the swords up, and we've got so much more coming up, though, here on "gma." so stay tuned. >> this is just part of the spookiness in store for "good morning america's" halloween extravaganza. here's a little healthy advice. eat well, live well, and take of what makes you,
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♪ >> once upon a time washington irving gave us "the legend of sleepy hollow." but there's more to the galloping ghastly headless horseman's tale. >> i've heard the legend of sleepy hollow, but i don't know all of it. >> what you don't know is that the headless horseman has cursed all the villages. >> is there really a headless horseman? >> oh, yes, dear, the headless horseman is quite real. there's nothing to worry about at all. let's come this way. >> excuse me. >> whoo-hoo. >> please. >> as a schoolmaster, you must heed my warning. katrina and i barely escaped the horseman's fate moments ago. please, you must not linger on this path. >> where are we going now? >> this is ichabod's schoolhouse, darling. >> ichabod used to teach here. >> still does. >> do you know all the people buried in this graveyard? >> no, dear, i'm simply trapped here like you.
>> i'm trapped here? >> oh, yes, in the horseman's curse. >> you're not my favorite person right now. so where are we going, into a mausoleum? >> the mausoleum just this way. >> should you really go in these things if you don't know the people? >> it's nice to come in and pay respects, don't you think? >> oh, my gosh. [ screaming ] >> henry, thank you so much for your time, but i don't really care how this myth ends. i have to go. i'm so freaked out now, okay. oh, my -- [ screaming ] >> she fled and found a safe haven with a strange company, but she didn't know this happened on the very night of ichabod's disappearance marking the beginning of the horseman's reign of terror. >> oh, my gosh. oh, my gosh. i'm so happy to see you guys and i'm usually not but this is amazing. >> who are you? >> why are you dressed this way? >> wait, wait, wait. >> you're my friend. you're my team. we're paid to hang out.
[ laughter ] there is a headless horseman out there. he's trying to kill me. >> what happened to his head? >> i didn't have time to ask him. >> but he's riding the horse. >> he's riding the horse. >> with no head. >> with no head chasing me. we need to get out of here. we need to escape. >> i have an idea. i have an idea. dan, why don't you volunteer to check this out? >> just because i was talked into wearing this stupid hat doesn't mean i'm actually stupid. >> no, it actually does. i know you. you believe anything. >> good luck. >> you've got this. you're going to want to take another shot. ♪ >> wow, i guess the silly woman with the yellow hair wasn't lying. harris out. >> yes, it has been quite some time, hasn't it? >> he's probably dead. >> he's dead. he's definitely dead. >> here, to dan. >> to dan. >> ichabod crane wasn't the only one to perish that day. they say a certain newsman also vanished. but in sleepy hollow if you concentrate, you can still sense
him meditating even today. >> i like the sly reference to my meditation practice. yeah. >> i don't think anyone was concerned about you. >> he survived. >> there you are. >> i did survive, yes. >> we want to say a special thanks to the historic hudson valley for making our little excursion possible and dealing with us and all of sara's screaming, we should say. >> and all the things that we thought were funny that they probably didn't. >> by the way, you looked really good. we all looked great in the period costumes. >> some of us looked better than others. >> you guys blended very well into the time. >> which i mean by you -- >> it was fun. >> it was. >> coming up on "good morning america," scary science. there's actually a reason why we go crazy for horror movies like "scream." it's all ahead in a very crazy version of "pop news." >> plus, dogs in costume. >> yay. >> dogs in costume. >> dawgs, dawgs, new york. >> yay. >> dogs in costume. >> dawgs, dawgs, new york.
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>> she's perennially amazing. >> well, she has to be amazing. there's a lot of pressure on you when it's halloween and you're bey. nick jonas is the hamburglar. these kids probably don't know who the ham blurring lahr is. >> yes, i saw it in macy's. >> you saw it in macy's. it was probably in the vintage section. here we've got robert downey jr. in that tigger outfit. looks like he's meditating or doing something so we've got lots. and there's much more to come as we see people posting on social media. we're going to see tons of costumes and fun stuff. and with plenty of people sitting down to watch some classic horror movies tonight, you've got to wonder why it is we love to be scared and i'm one of those people. apparently it's because fear and pleasure are very closely related, which is kind of crazy to me. watching "carrie" -- >> kids, look away. look away, children. >> -- can give you the same physiological reactions, earmuffs and eye guards, as being really excited, and a recent study from vanderbilt university found that some people actually enjoy a good scream more than others
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it'll be here before you know it. hello, halloween. it's the one night when everybody dresses up. and that includes dinner. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. that sound. like nails on a chalkboard. but listen to this: (family talking) that's a different kind of sound. the sound of the weekend. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop.
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it's saturday, october 31st. good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. i will start with a quick look at the halloween forecast. here is meteorologist lisa argen tracking live doppler 7 hd. >> we are starting out with very mild temperatures. it's been a little cool in the north bay with upper 40s but things will be changing. today another day of above average warmth and by 5:00 we are well into the 70s for san ramone and concord, 70 in oakland, 69 richmond and throughout the evening hours still we will seets temperature in the 60s. so very mild, the fog and low clouds will push along the peninsula and across the bay and that will bring the leading edge of some big changes arriving for the second half of you