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A Nightmare on Elm Street

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Werewolf

100

In which country did Halloween originate?

a) Romania

b) USA

c) Ireland

c) Ireland

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What is the phobia of Halloween called?

a) Samhainophobia
b) Hallophopbia
c) Triskaphobia
d) Hellenologophobia

a) Samhainophobia

200

Friday the 13th

200

Michael Myers is the central character of which film series?
a) Friday the Thirteenth
b) Halloween
c) Scream

b) Halloween

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Halloween is celebrated on 31st October, but what is celebrated on the day after?

a) All Saints Day
b) Christmas Day
c) St. Stephen’s Day
d) Thanksgiving

a) All Saints Day

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Which country celebrates Halloween by eating sweet skulls?

a) Italy
b) Scotland
c) Mexico
d) Aboriginal Australia

c) Mexico

300


The Shining

300

What was Dr. Frankenstein’s first name?

a) Francois
b) Boris
c) Victor
d) Schweitzer

c) Victor

300

The celtic wore costumes. Why did they do that?

a) For fun
b) To scare the spirits 
c) To fool the spirits
d) To scare the Gods

b) To scare the spirits away

300

According to an old tradition, what happens when you peel an apple and throw the peel over the shoulder on Halloween?

a) It will bring a lot of luck in the next day

b) It will show the name of your true love

c) It will drive away all evil spirits

b) It will show the name of your true love

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Paranormal Activity

400

What does the name Dracula mean?

a) The Evil
b) the Darkness 
c) The son of the Devil

c) The son of the Devil

400

What do we call the day after Halloween, or 1st November?

a) All Saint’s Day

b) Advent

c) St Andrew’s Day

a) All Saint’s Day

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In which modern-day country would you find Transylvania?
a) Bulgaria
b) Hungary
c) Romania

c) Romania

500

The silence of the lambs

500

Annabelle

500

When did the tradition of trick-or-treating first appear in the United Kingdom?

a) 14th century

b) 16th century

c) 18th century

b) 16th century

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Which country celebrates the Day of the Dead, or Dia de Muertos, instead of Halloween?

a) Brazil

b) Argentina

c) Mexico

c) Mexico

600


It

600

This monster was brought to life by a scientist

Frankenstein

600

When knocking on doors Halloween night, what words should be spoken?

Trick or treat

600

What is the largest commercial holiday that brings in over $6 billion annually?

Christmas
According to the research from the National Retail Federation, the Winter Holidays tend to be the period in the year with the highest spending. The second largest commercial holiday is Halloween.

700

Jeepers creepers

700

In this movie, four men try to capture ghosts in New York City

Ghostbusters

700

Before pumpkins, people used THAT to carve the Jack o’ lanterns out of

a) Potatoes
b) Turnips
c) Rutabagas
d) All the above

b) Turnips

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Which of the following is the traditional cake that Irish people often bake on Halloween?

a) Cranachan

b) Bara brith

c) Barmbrack

c) Barmbrack

800

The Ring

800

Who is the friendliest Ghost ?

Casper

800

What was the original name for Halloween?

a) Trick or Treat Day
b) All Horror Eve
c) All Hallows Eve
d) All Saints Eve

d) All Saints Eve

800

Lambswool is a traditional drink on Halloween. The two main ingredients include milk and which fruit?

a) Apple

b) Banana

c) Lemon

a) Apple

900

The Platform

900

What is the name of the clown in Steven King's "It"?

Pennywise

900

The origins of Halloween can be traced back to which Celtic festival held to mark the beginning of winter?

Samhain

900

What does it mean when you see a spider on Halloween?

a) A loved one is watching you

b) A ghost is following you

c) You are going to have bad luck

a) A loved one is watching you

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The Evil Dead

1000

He is a tall, spindly, well-dressed man with no face who sometimes has tenacles coming out of his back

Slender Man

1000

What does the old English word “Hallow” mean?

Saint

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What popular US candy is sold in more than 350 flavors in Japan?

a) Bounty
b) Kit Kat
c) Twix 

b) Kit Kat
Kit Kat bars were introduced in Japan in 2000, and now more than 350 flavors of Kit Katsare sold in that country. While some flavors seem relatively normal coconut, cheesecake, and strawberry. Some flavors are much more eccentric, like wasabi, purple sweet potato, butter, and chili. There was also a limited edition “sublime gold” bar. It was a single dark chocolate stick with gold leaf coating. It cost 2,016 yen—around $16.

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