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Friday, November 1, 2013

Bob Reuter Halloween: This Awesome Kid Went as the Alley Ghost This Year

Posted By on Fri, Nov 1, 2013 at 11:09 AM

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  • Dresden

Some kids are just cooler than others. Let's talk about the lil' homey, Dresden.

Dresden is a big fan of Bob Reuter, the late St. Louis musician and photographer. He's also an honorary member of Reuter's band, Alley Ghost. Maybe you remember seeing him in this photo set from Bob's memorial show?

As it turns out, Dresden is also the nephew of RFT staffer Bob Westerholt, so we were able to scam these pictures of the wee cutie paying tribute to his friend this Halloween by dressing up in costume as the Alley Ghost, as well as the Reuter-themed pumpkins his family and friends made for the occasion.

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Photos and pumpkin carvings courtesy of Uncle Bob and Dresden's parents, Andy and Natalie.

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