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100

At the end of The Emperor's New Groove, Yzma turns into this animal. 

A cat

100

The famous line when you need a ghostbuster.

Who you gonna call?

100

She will appear when you go into a room, turn the lights out, and look into the mirror while saying her name three times.

Bloody Mary

100

A Michael Jackson Halloween hit.

Thriller

100

Fires have ravaged this W&M building multiple times and during both the Revolutionary and Civil Wars it served as a hospital for wounded soldiers, some of whom never left alive. Students have reported seeing soldiers wandering the halls.

The Wren Building 

200

In The Black Cauldron, this is what the Horned King called his army of undead warriors. 

The Cauldron Born Army

200

Every Halloween, Charlie Brown and Linus wait for this character to appear. 

The great pumpkin

200

A woman traveling in a foreign land returns home with a big pimple on her face. Despite her many attempts to alleviate the zit, it turns into a huge boil. One night, the boil pops and hundreds of these emerge from the woman’s flesh. 

Spiders

200

Forrest Mars and Bruce Murrie, invented these candies in 1941.

M&Ms

200

Aaron Burr Jr. is one of the ghosts of this campus. The former vice president is buried in a cemetery alongside his father, Aaron Burr Sr., who also happens to be a campus ghost and was the university’s second president.

Princeton

300

In The Little Mermaid, when Ursula transformed herself into a bride for Prince Eric, this was her name.  

Vanessa

300

This RL Stine book series has been made into movies.

Goosebumps

300

This is Arkansas' version of Sasquatch. He's commonly accepted to be around 7 or 8 feet tall and covered in hair. Legend says that he roams the creeks of rural Arkansas. He was first spotted in 1834, when people reported seeing a "wild man."

The Boggy Creek Monster of Fouke

300

First known mention of trick-or-treating was in 1927 in this country.

Canada

300

Which residential hall at W&M have some students been cited saying that "every Halloween night, someone (or thing) manages to get into the [locked] attic to turn on the attic lights." Female residents would hear thumping on the ceiling at night, and when experimenting with a Ouija board, the answer, "Y-E-S" was spelled when students asked if the hall was haunted. 

Barrett Hall

400

In Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, this is what the Evil Queen used in her potion to make her old. 

Mummy Dust

400

The main character is Ichabod Crane.

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

400

This legendary monster is said to roam the deserts of New Mexico and resembles a bear-sized dog with spikes along its back and glowing eyes. It can fly and sucks the blood of cattle and other livestock. 

Chupacabra ("goat-sucker")

400

The first jack o' lantern was carved from this vegetable.

A turnip

400

This university is home to several tales of haunted halls, made more eerie after "The Exorcist" was filmed in the school's Hughes Hall. Students have claimed to see a small boy wandering the hall and locked doors regularly swinging open.

Fordham University

500

In the song "This is Halloween" from The Nightmare Before Christmas, this specific line belongs to Oogie Boogie. 

"I am the Shadow on the Moon at Night"

500

This movie character from 1977 got his "revenge" when he became the most popular Halloween costume of 2005 thanks to the release of its final prequel.

Darth Vader

500

This woman lived along the B&O Railroad in Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia. One day, she was warming up by a campfire, when a spark flew and caught her dress. As she screamed for help, the fire grew bigger, engulfing her in flames. She fell onto the train tracks trying to get the attention of an approaching train, but it was too late, and the train hit her. You may still see her burning ghost on those West Virginia tracks, and can hear her screams late at night. 

Screaming Jenny

500

This was Halloween's original name, before the holiday was named "Halloween." (bonus 200 pts if you can pronounce it correctly!) 

Samhain

Pronounced "saa·wn" (sah-win)

500

This college is known for being haunted by a ghost called "blue boy." He was an orphan that some of the girls snuck into their room on a cold winter night. When their house-mother came in, the orphan snuck onto the window ledge to hide. But when the girls went to let him in again, he was nowhere to be found.

Gettysburg College

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