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food good morning. breaking news. an historic nor'easter heads the northeast. flights grounded across the country. trees and power lines down, and mill millions have no electricity from this rare october storm. great white fears. a surfer off the coast of california is the latest victim it happened moments after he entered the water. we'll have an interview with the young man's girlfriend and mother to find out how he's doing. >> costume party countdown. extravaganza has reached new heights. if you thought our costumes were wild. wait until you see what we have
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in store for october 30, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television welcome, everyone. to "today" on a sunday morning. i'm lester holt. >> and i'm jenna wolfe. i tweeted at 4:00 this morning, we couldn't have picked a better weather morning for our halloween jouts outfitses. >> all of the leads up to the only thing anyone cares about. you as susan boiyle. >> i tweeted a little hint of a wig. so far, nothing correct. >> you know what we are? we're a bunch of teases aren't we this morning. >> we'll have some fun. but we begin with breaking news about the weather and i think a
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lot of folks are considering the october surprise. a storm is now one for the record books. a nor'easter wreaked havoc with two feet of snow reported in massachusetts. the storm is responsible for at least three deaths. so far, states of emergency have been declared in new york, new jersey, connecticut, and massachusetts. at this point, more than 2.5 million homes are without power. nationwide, more than 1,000 flights have been canceled because of weather. we're covering the story up and down the coast. we begin in new york's central parking where authorities are warning people about falling trees. ron allen is there. >> reporter: good morning, lester. it's absolutely amazing how many trees have fallen down in this part of the country, all over the place. especially in the suburbs. roads closed. power lines knocked down. in central parking 3 inches of snow on the ground. that's a record. not this much snow in october in about 135 years. everywhere, people have been saying how shocked they were to
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see so much snow in october. yale and columbia's team had an instant classic. they called it the snow bowl. plowed during time-outs so the field wouldn't disappear. things were weird and wintry everywhere, with ghosts and goblins covered in snow and people stocked up on shovels and salt along with candy and things for trick-or-treater. >> my daughter is not going to be happy. halloween, i don't think i ever experienced one honestly. >> a mad rush of people -- we sell shovels, it's amazing how many we sell. >> reporter: the storm stretched from maine to maryland and left a trail of destruction. the unusual combination of heavy, wet snow, falling on still leafy trees brought countless limbs and power lines down. >> it snapped again. i'm worried about the powerline.
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>> reporter: this one narrowly escaped the falling tree that fell on her car. tree fell on you while you were moving. >> correct. >> reporter: and you got out by crawling through the passenger door? >> yeah. >> reporter: so much snow it sparked this passionate debate. >> much too early. i'm not ready. >> actually, i love it i'm ready for it. >> reporter: at least 2 million homes without power in pennsylvania, new york, new jersey, and connecticut. passengers waited for up to six hours for flights from new york airport, and hundreds canceled. a jetblue flight from florida to newark, diverted to bradley airport in connecticut where it was grounded for seven hours with no food, water, or bathroom available. >> almost came to fistacuffs on the plane. >> jetblue apologized, citing weather and infrastructure issues. first time visitors to new york from texas had enough. >> would you ready be in
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80-degree weather? >> i think so. >> reporter:downtown in the financial district. protesters decided to stay and occupy wall street, got their first real taste of what may be one of their toughest challenges. winter. >> i don't know if i will be able to stay for the entire winter, but i know that there are people that most definitely will. >> reporter: police and protesters will battle that out for weeks and months to come. here today, people will be digging out. two feet of snow on the grounds in parts of western massachusetts. cold out here, 35 degrees right now. temperatures up to the mid 40s and that's bad news for people who don't have heat or power. some of the utility companies say it could be tuesday or wednesday, before the lights back on in some places. lester. >> ronally len in central parking thank you. states of emergency declared in several states. mike side nell west milford, new
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jersey. mike, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, lester. in the hills of passaic county, 45 minutes from midtown and where you are sitting at 30 rock. we've had 12 to 19 inches of snow. highest totals in the state of new jersey. take a look back yesterday to heavy snow coming down. as much as an inch of hour this morning, you can see how it's stuck to the trees and still on the trees. a lot of weight and a lot of stress and it won't take much more for more limbs to come down. speaking of that, this big limb came down. 8 to 10 inches of diameter. took down two big transmissions lines. some customers will be without electricity until wednesday so it will be a couple of cold nights for people without heat. lester. >> mike seidel, thanks very much. and now here is jenna. pennsylvania was one of the first states hit with the storm and that's where jim cantore is
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this morning. jim, you warned us yesterday this would be one of the big ones. >> reporter: yeah, absolutely. surprising the scope of this thing. snowing from washington, d.c. all the way up to boston. something i have never seen in the month of october and who would have thunk it, jenna. pulling out a snow shovel before you poult a rake. most of the leaves still on the trees, therein lies the problem. huge snowflakes and after that, it was tree limbs coming down on powerlines and thousands losing power. half a million plus at the height of the storm. this morning, 300,000. penndot can't remove the trees when there are power lines involved. they have to wait for utility crews, and that, my friend, will be a while before we get all of that cleaned up across the keystone state. back to you. >> jim cantore, thank you. this is truly an historic storm. one that has given new york city
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its snowiest october since 1869. janice huff with more on this holiday surprise. >> it's more than just a surprise and a big trick from mother nature. not only snowfall totals impressive and record breaking. they were record shattering. it doesn't take much, since it's so early. anywhere from 9 inches in northern virginia to more than 2 feet of snow on the ground in plainfield, massachusetts. most areas saw a foot or more up the coast. winter storm warnings and advisories in effect for maine and most of new hampshire. it is snowing there. the storm is winding up, moving offshore. we'll continue to see more snow piling up, and leaves on the trees coming down still. the trees, because of the weight of the snow, seeing extreme power outages in many loencatio. >> before the rakes come out, we've had snow shovels out. two feet in new england.
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>> and even in new jersey, 8, 9 inches. so close. >> unbelievable. hopefully it doesn't portend a long winter. melissa francis at the news desk with more. we begin with the deadliest attack against the u.s.-led coalition in the afghan capital since the war began. we are live in kabul with the latest. good morning, atia. >> a very tragic day for the  international community here in afghanist afghanistan. yesterday, in kabul, a car bomb, possibly laced with over 1,500 pounds of explosives, targeted a nato convoy, killing 12 americans, a canadian, both civilians and service members. and down south, three all stral ia australians and an afghan interpreter when an afghan wearing a military uniform
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turned on them. the taliban making known that they are still here and still fighting.xd melissa. >> atia abawi, thank you so much. results from the kia wapoll show two hopefuls are neck in neck. mike viqueira live with an update on decision 2012. good morning, mike. >> reporter: good morning, melissa. barely move two months away from the iowa caucus, first in the nation caucus. herman cain's candidacy appears to have staying power. leads the pack from the widely respected poll from "the des moines register." 23%. right behind him, mitt romney, 22%. one of the ironies, both of these candidates hardly spent any time at all. iowa is home of retail, handsha handshake, kiss the baby politics. rick perry, considered to be a
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front-runner, and he has fallen 7% in the poll. and rick perry hinted he will start skipping debates. five in november, one on december 1st. perry will participate in all five of those debates after all. david gregory will go one-on-one with white house senior adviser david plouffe. search and rescue operations under way at the site of a grain elevator explosion. three people dead, three missing. the thunderering explosion shook the ground for miles around and sent a fireball so high in the sky, it was visible in neighboring missouri. a look ahead today. a couple of things we're watching. nbc's first prime time magazine, "rock center with brian williams" will debut monday. world's population hits a major milestone of 7 billion
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people tomorrow. the u.n. says the newest resident will likely be born in india. that's the news. back over to lester, jena, and janice. >> 7 billion. probably only get a t-shirt. >> janice back with another check of the weather. >> good morning to you both. no one wanted to believe us when we were talking about the big storm coming. i didn't want to believe it when i was looking at the computer forecast models. a major winter storm across the northeast. it's moving out except for parts of northern maine. rest of the country pretty quiet. sunshine across the
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just oneweekafter an american diver was killed by a shark tack in australia there is
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news of a new attack off the california coast. we have an exclusive interview with the girlfriend's mother and girlfriend in a moment. first, here is miguing m miguel. >> reporter: friendses helped pull eric tarantino out of the water. his board had a 19-inch gash. air lifted to a hospital in stable condition. >> i think he's going to be okay. we got him to the beach. he was still there. and we stopped the bleeding immediately. >> he had significant injuries, but, fortunately, didn't hit any major vessels in the neck, where one of the bite wounds was, and also bite wounds in his right arm. >> reporter: the surfer had been in the water only minutes before the attack. witnesses say he spotted the shark, but couldn't get out of water fast enough. throw
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though encounters like this are rare, at this very same beach, tarantino's friend and fellow surfer was attacked by a great white. >> i started sweating. >> reporter: this weekend's attack is the latest in a series of dangerous or deadly great white encounters. the hunt is on for a great white in australia after three recent attacks. in oregon, this surfer far role escaped a great white encounter last week. he may have been inches from losing his life. experts say beachgoers are more likely to drown than be attacked. >> no doubt, in the wrong place at the wrong time, a tragedy like that could occur. the reality is very few shark attacks every season, every summer. >> reporter: statistics may be on the side of surfers, but today in marina, california, beachgoers warned to stay out of water.
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miguel almaguer, nbc news, los angeles. eric tarantino's mother and girlfriend join us from california. good morning. thank you for being with us. >> good morning. >> hi. >> hi. let's start with you, arlene. how is eric this morning? >> we actually haven't talked to him this morning. but he was feeling very thankful last night. i think that's the main thing that i notice, is how thankful he is that he's -- he's okay. >> i'm sure. krista, let me ask you this. from what i understand, eric is an avid surfer, been surfing every morning in that area for the last five years. any reason to worry about that particular place off the california coast there? >> nothing really keeps eric out of the water. so he -- every surfer is aware that sharks are out there, but he never -- you never really can expect anything like that to
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happen. you never can see it coming, and just last week, he was in -- he was in southwestern france catching beautiful waves and now one week later, he's here. so -- >> arlene, let me ask you this. in reading about this, i was shocked about how he described the strength of this shark, and i understand he knows what to do if there should ever be an accident like this. but can you tell me how he described how strong the shark actually was? >> he actually said it felt like a car or truck pulling him along. it -- it had his arm -- his arm in its mouth. and it was pulling him under the water, and he said it felt like -- it felt like a truck. he was so surprised at how strong it was. he was incredibly amazed. and he said he just started kicking it,çó but he felt like was kicking a steel wall, and he is so glad it let go.
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he doesn't know if it had to do with him kicking it or not. but he was incredibly amazed. he knows that -- >> go ahead. >> go ahead. >> we hear these stories about how something like this happens, i heard you're supposed to punch a shark. you don't think in a moment like that someone would have the wherewithal to actually do that. krista, i guess it was very familiar with the water. surfing, with what to do if an accident like this should occur? >> i don't -- i think that he -- he just did what he could to get away, and i know -- i think he's thinking i have to get away from this shark, and he did whatever he could to get away and he was fortunate enough to -- that it let go, and that he had his friends on the beach to help him and that the paramedics came right away, and everything seemed to line up for him yesterday morning after that happened. >> i understand that that shark
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took a 19-inch bite out of his surf barred. arlene and krista, thank you for your time this morning. we wish eric all the best on his recovery. and we'll be right back, first, these messages.
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still to come, last halloween i dressed up as susan boyle, the situation. who will i be for a today's" hollalloween party. >> and we go looking for ghost hunters, after these messages. i wouldn't do that. pay the check?
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good morning. it's 8:26 on sunday, october 30th. let's take a look at the stories making news today. if you're headed out on the roads any time soon, make sure to be careful. freezing conditions left the
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road slick, causing a number of accidents in maryland and northern virginia. no major injuries have been reported. but with temperatures still in the 30s it could stay slick for a little while. . utility crews working overnight to restore powering. dominion power still has 2,700 customers without power in northern virginia and the shenandoah valley. pepco, only a few scattered outages in maryland and the district. thousands of runners are pounding the pavement right now for the 36th annual marine corps. marathon. they'll head to rosslyn, clarendon, key bridge, georgetown, the national ball, and back into arlington. a check of your
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[ male announcer ] at northrop grumman, every innovation, every solution, comes together for a single purpose -- to make the world a safer place. that's the value of performance. northrop grumman. all right. so we had snow yesterday. tom, any better today? >> well, not now. it is cold. below freezing throughout much of the region. i'm meteorologist tom kierein. right now down into the upper 20s and low 30s throughout much of the region. what did not evaporate is frozen. patchy ice on sidewalks, streets and roads this morning. later today with that strong october sun we'll warm into the upper 40s to near 50 degrees. a lot of the local snow will be melting. then for tomorrow, back to work and school. increasing clouds. highs mid-50s for trick or treaters, during the late evening might get sprinkles. a morning shower on tuesday.
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wonderful warming trend on wednesday, into next weekend. that's the way it looks now, john. >> tom, thank you so much. more news strai you are looking at the unseasonably early snowstorm that knocked out power to millions of customers and made air and highway travel almost impossible. 2 million customers now without power, and it could be days before many see electricity restored. welcome back to "today," sunday, october 30, 2011. i'm jenna wolfe alongside lester holt. it's still october, but for so many, it feels like the dead of winter. >> first nor'easter that brought high winds, heavy rain and a record amount of snow. the weather channel's mike seidel in west milford, new jersey, to tell us more. good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning,
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lester. people coming by yesterday morning saying really? are you serious? unbelievable. over two feet of snow in the berkshires in massachusetts. here in milford, 45 minutes from 30 rock, up to 19 inches of snow. look how it's sticking to the trees, that's the big issue. heavy wet snow with temperatures right around freezing. we could get more branches coming down. thousands of tree limbs drop across the entire path of the storm. here is one of them. what happens, they take out these power lines. at one point, nearly 3 million without power. in new jersey, half a million customers thout power. the governor lost his power and some of the roads are still closed because of blocked trees. good weather ahead, lester, but cold nights for those without heat. back to you. >> unbelievable. massachusetts declared a state of emergency with one town receiving almost two feet of snow. dan housely from whdh in worcester, massachusetts, with
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the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, lester. here in worcester, about a foot of snow. a great mid winter scene, but here in october, we're talking more trick than treat. this was a record in worcester, the record about 7 1/2 inches. we got 12 inches here. parts of the state that had 20 inches or more. look at the piles we have here. we don't want this at this time. one of the reasons are, if you look off in the distance, you see green. trees still have leaves on them. haven't turned colors nor the beautiful leaf peeping that's supposed to happen. some leaves got covered with the snow, and you heard from mike seidel you heard how big of a problem that was. that was a problem with this state too. all of the tree limbs came down. we have half a million people without power here as well. we're hoping that rising temperatures and the sun help with that. >> we all gasped when we saw that picture. remarkable. thanks for that report. if you like september, you will
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love october? if you like october, you love november? >> i'm not sure. it doesn't necessarily mean november will be worse or even december. it will be winter of just about everything just around the northeast and an example of that yesterday with the big winter storm that we would typically see more in january or february. from northern virginia, portions of west virginia, all the way up to new england, anywhere from 9 inches of snow in skyland, to more than 2 feet in western massachusetts. still over portions of maine today. that will be moving out tonight. all that snow has to melt eventually too. we'll see temperatures climb and it will sta
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♪ ♪ party rock is in the house tonight everybody's going to have a good time lift your hands up as you lose your mind ♪ >> the world premiere of "keeping up with the
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kardashians." we're so excited to be here. lots of fans, lots of excitement. waiting for the kardashians. >> i see kris and bruce. oh, my god. pushing an entire line of kardashian products so any time, any where they can make money. brilliant, brilliant woman. and i'm liking this. bruce was tagging along a little. how are you doing? welcome. >> guys, guys, can i get a smile? there is so much excitement here as we wait for the kardashians. and i think we will see kourtney
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and khloe making their way down the carpet and she brought baby mason with her. people wonder how tall is khloe. with the hair extensions, almost seven feet tall. beautiful girl. we love that baby. we're so excited. >> hi! >> my favorite. >> khloe is working it. what's interesting, we have none of the husbands yet to be seen. no lamar, no scott. one of the questions, newlywed kim, will she show up with new
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husband chrkris humphries? here comes kim and we have the answer. she is flying solo today. no kris. a vision in red. hi, girls. you look amazing. >> do you like my shoes? >> i love your shoes. >> mason is here. >> and all of your clothes are from the kardashians. i love you're wearing your own clothes. look at that hair, those legs, and the famous backside. that is a girl that knows how to work the red carpet. kim, kim, over here. hi. so we're so excited that you're here. >> i'm so excited too. >> kardashian, this is the premiere of the next season. you guys do things, when do you them, you do them big.
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>> we're kardashians. everything is big. >> when we think of kardashian, we do think big. you look beautiful. where is your husband? >> he's in las vegas, but i really just want to talk about how amazing my wedding was. it was so amazing. >> and it was a two-night special. >> because we're big. >> kardashian. anything small about a kardashian? >> i think we both know the answer to that. >> i think we do. i'm excited to be here. all of your fans are too. right now, let's take a sneak peek at the season ahead. >> coming up this season on "keeping up with the kardashians." >> omg. i'm so busy. photo shoots, red carpets, launching another product for my billion-dollar company. >> i'm stressed because i have so many options i can't choose. >> i have no say in this family. >> the men have no say so
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whatsoever. >> oh, yeah, they jiggle, baby. >> some people say i tell it like it is. >> remind me of a glimpse of frankenstein. >> your wrong. >> your wrong! >> what? you call this is a big mouth. >> should be happy. i might be calm for once in my life. >> i'm just a working mom. but these kids, they are money making machines. can i interest you in some lovely perfume? >> my mother is so out of control. >> i really don't care. >> hey, did i tell you that one time back in 1976 -- >> quit obsessing on yourself and listen to me. >> no. i won't quit obsessing on myself. >> sometimes i can't get a word in edgewise with these women. >> with this family two things are guaranteed. there will be drama. and there will like definitely be tears.
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>> that is really mean. >> at the end of the day, we're just a regular, loving family. >> most importantly, we're going to look so fab. this is going to be the kardashians' biggest year yet. >> technically, i'm a jenner. >> we are back, and i have the opportunity to sit down with the ut kardashian clan. which is so exciting. bruce, at one point you were the most famous member of this family. how does is it feel to, well, be one, two, three, four -- fifth? >> i can't explain it. i got to tell you, me lisa it's just nuts. >> it is, isn't it? it's crazy. wearing the outfit south just so
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we remember you are you? >> like to tell the story of 1976. >> that's really interesting. kris. >> hi, doll. are you planning on more children to increase your empire? >> you know, bruce and i have talked about it. i have so much going on with these girls, and they really run my life, and i run theirs, and whatever they want to do, i'm happy to do it. >> kim, first of all, belated happy birthday. >> thank you so much. we had so much fun celebrating. >> one of the things america is wondering, which sports league do you want your next husband to come from? >> i have given it a lot of thought, and i think nfl players really make a lot of money. >> chloe, my friend from "the apprenti apprenti apprentice." >> hello. >> one of the things people love is your honesty. if you had to bump one of these
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dreams off the island who would it be? >> that's such a silly question. it would be both of them. that's why it's such a silly question. please stop talking, you guys. >> kourtney, baby mason. >> isn't he adorable. isn't he just the best-dressed the baby you have ever seen. >> he's so well behaved. are you limiting his time with scott to keep him that way? >> i am limiting what he drinks. that's the key. >> it is a pleasure interviewing all of you. live on "today." and it's sunday morning. i'm here in new york. who knew? [ sue ] wow! i've been so looking forward to this. when my asthma symptoms returned, my doctor prescribed dulera to help prevent them.
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we have so much fun playing the kardashians. we have a special person to thank. melissa getting up early. are you in your second season of your new reality show. you live with your mom. >> yes, and everyone keeps saying is it just for the show? no. my mom is in my house four days a week. i too am a member of the nbc uni family with "fashion police." >> what is it like? >> anyone living with their mom, it's challenging. one of the thing people responded to, we have a real honest relationship. we fight, bicker, and work together. we get time of day, where the
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tables are turned. every night she listens to me. >> this season, dealing with a breakup with jason. is it difficult? reality tv. have to put it out there? >> the breakup, very sudden and shocking -- i found out at the same time it hit the internet, what was going on. happened while we were shooting, so i had no choice, but to play it how it laid, and that's part of reality tv, you take that chance that something will happen and you can't candy coat it. everyone will see what happens on our side when we are dealing with the press in the middle of a breakup. >> tell us about shoperatti? >> we aggregate and carry all of the top fashion deals of the day in one place. get the clutter out of your mailbox, and we find you the best national and local deals. >> melissa rivers, thank you so much. did you have fun? we had a blast. >> i had a blast. i watch "sunday today," i love
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you jump off buildings, and you make me feel smart. and the world is good if lester is in place and you can tell me the right weather. >> we did our very best to dress up the kardashians. we had help when we went to the real life family for real-life pointers. take a look. >> you can't have too much glam and flitter going on if you're a kardashian. >> as long as you have three girls together, dark long hair, big booties, lots of lashes, you're good to go. >> a tall sister and a short sister and a regular sized sister. it's fun, cute. >> if you want to look like bruce jenner for halloween, get little tight shorts. >> and the number was 9 35, number on the jersey. you have to be legit. >> to get this hair, you got to get it right. not too poofy, not too piecy in
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the front. just perfect kris jenner style. khloe, all about the hair. fabulous locks with the smoky eyes and fabulous tight dresses with the long beautiful legs. kourtney is all about really tall shoes and the hair. >> all about the outfit. so maybe go in my blog, check out the outfits that i wear. >> and a very tight fitting blouse with -- you know what i'm talking about. get them out there. kim, about the booty. >> smoky eye, bright lip, and tight dress. >> happy halloween. be safe. check your candy. >> be nice to the pumpkins. >> they are good sports. i think we nailed it, guys. what do you think? we made the kardashians proud and the jenner in the group.
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so you think we are all frightening with this lock? see the remainder of our trip down to philadelphia with the ghost hunters from sci-fy's program, in search of ghosts. >> eastern state penitentiary is considered by many in the paranormal community to be hauned. >> i would definitely classify eastern state within the top ten most active haunted locations in the u.s. >> the atlantic paranormal society or t.a.p.s. for short, have done several investigations here. some captured on sci-fy's ghost
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hunters. >> there is a lot more than meets the eye. >> those cameras set up stationary, so you don't miss a beat. >> we were invited to tagalong on another ghost hunt. >> i am sure people were treated horribly here. does it mean there are ghosts? not necessarily. >> i think it would be supercool to have an experience. >> kind of a nonbeliever. i'm open to be swayed and changed. >> infrared camera. >> first, we geared up. >> we have thermal imagining camera, temperature fluctuations. >> for axd temp geek like me, ts was my kind of hunt. >> let's put your glasses on, and think we're ready to go. >> tool of the trade, right? >> exactly. >> after a brief lesson, time to head out. >> keep your feet high, keep
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flashlights on the ground. talk with respect. >> never run. the minute you run, you turned your back and can't see it coming up behind you. >> all right. good point. >> lights out. >> lights out. >> the smaller the unit, the better for ghost hunting, so we decided to break off into two separate teams. >> oh, my god! >> does this have to be done at night? >> most paranormal activity is between the hours of 8:00 p.m. and 4:00 a.m. we want foolproof evidence. >> we headed to cellblock 14, known as quarantine. >> knock on the cell door. we'll come find you. >> i quickly learn that patience and a good ear are key. hear that? >> can you do that again? >> i'm not sure what it was.
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something moist. >> that's those three slits. the one on the right. >> you saw something on the right window. >> like the bottom third of the window. >> but after further investigating, nothing. >> we're truly trying to figure out what's going on. >> noises, shadows. a drip of water on my hand. i leave open the possibility that maybe there are ghosts. >> now it was our turn. jenna and i teamed up with brit and adam and headed to an area of the prison where the ghost hunters haver never gone befor. the hospital. is this hospital gauze? >> yes, this is real. the battery is fully charged and the battery is dead. >> really? i just change thad out before we came in. >> i know. it's completely dead. >> does that say something? >> there is a theory that ghosts will grab battery energy and use that, and it drains equipment. >> definitely something creepy about this place. >> what was that? >> i heard screaming.
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>> i did. >> come on, why would -- >> what was that? that has to be somebody. >> we were in it now. >> hello? >> did you hear that voice? >> yeah. >> voices, a shadow. maybe. maybe not. but one thing is for sure. our hospital round made quite a first impression. >> and whether you believe in spirits or not. >> stay here. let's take no spirits with us. stay here, whoever you are. >> our crash course in ghost hunting certainly left us all wonder what happened inside these prison walls. believers, no believers? >> i remain open. >> i say what she says. >> i say there was water on my hand. explain it. actually, it was a dripping pipe. >> i heard screamy. >> it was scary. >> it leaves open the possibility anything is possible. >> catch more on a live show,
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monday night on sci-fy. >> we want to check in with david gregory, if he'll talk to me in this costume. >> bruise jce jenner, unbelieva. i'll speak with david plouffe. we take on the question, why can't washington find a leader like steve jobs. coming up on "meet the press." >> that will do it for us. thanks to melissa rivers for sharing her time with us. >> and the great staff that made this happen. >> we couldn't have done it without them. >> absolutely everybody. freddy and deb and deb weber and everybody. not even going to start naming names. we have to, we have to file this video. >> happy halloween. >> take care.
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winter comes early. the region is coated with a layer of snow before the calendar even reads november. while the accumulation totals aren't impressive, the dangers left behind by this early winter blast are still out there this morning. thanks for waking up with us, everybody. i'm angie goff. >> i'm john schriffen. welcome to news 4 today on this sunday, october 30th. right now crews are work to go clear snow and ice from streets across the washington area. as temperatures overnight dropped to near freezing. >> i know. many drivers, though, learned the hard way just how slick the roads are. these are a few of several accidents that were reported in


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