October 28, 1998
- Children's Vampire Capes and Witch Brooms Recall by Rubie's Costume
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), Rubie's Costume Co. Inc.,of Richmond Hill, N.Y., is recalling about 6,000children's vampire capes and about 6,000 children's witchbrooms. The capes and the brooms, which fail to meet federalmandatory standards for flammability, could ignite readilyand present a serious risk of burn injuries to children.
April 8, 1998
- "Eyeball" and Smiley Face Floating Balls Recalled by Atico International
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), Atico International USA,Inc., of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., is recalling about 329,000Halloween Floating Eyeballs and about 100,000 Smiley FaceFloating Balls. These balls contain kerosene. If the ballcracks or breaks, kerosene leaking out could poison youngchildren if swallowed. The smaller of these balls alsopresent a serious choking hazard to young children. Theylack warning labels required for small balls.
October 29, 1997
- Halloween Bounce Balls Recalled by Novi Kid
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Novi Kids Inc. of San Diego, Calif., is voluntarily recalling about 40,000 packages of Halloween Bounce Balls sold exclusively at Target stores. The balls present a serious choking hazard to young children, which can result in death.
December 21, 1994
- Inflatable Snoopy Christmas Toys Recalled by Target
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer ProductSafety Commission (CPSC), Target Stores of Minneapolis, Minn., isvoluntarily recalling about 48,000 "Inflatable Snoopy PlasticChristmas" children's toys.
OCTOBER 29, 1991
- Wal-Mart Recalls Plastic Halloween Toy Trumpets
OCTOBER 30, 1991
- Diener Industries Recalls Halloween Giveaway Erasers
April 16, 1990
- Easy Aces, Inc. Recalls Boo Pumpkins Because Of Dangerous Small Parts