Halloween is a time for costumes and trick or treating, but for some kids the mere act of going door to door, gathering candy is not possible.
The kids at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital got a special treat on Halloween. A costume shop was set up so that they could dress up in their favorite outfits.
It's just one way the hospital tries to make things "normal" for patients. There was also a reverse trick or treating parade held on the hospital floors.
They deliver candies and goodies to the kids who are too sick to leave their rooms.