Halloween
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What is the date of halloween?

October 31st

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Jack o' Lantern

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In European folklore, this is a man who turns into a wolf at night and devours animals, people, or corpses but returns to human form by day

Werewolf

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What country did Halloween originate in?

a) Japan      b) USA          c) Ireland 

c) Ireland 

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What's the most amount of Jack o' Lanterns ever lit in one place at one time?

30,581

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What are the two main colors associated with Halloween?

Black & orange

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Witch Under a Full Moon


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This creature survives from drinking blood.

Vampire

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After Knocking at the door on Halloween night what do you say?

Trick or treat


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Is Pumpkin is a vegetable or fruit? 

Fruit

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What is the title of Bram Stoker’s best-known novel about a vampire?

A) Werewolves of New York    B) Dracula

Dracula

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BONUS

Witch's cauldron

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What was Dr. Frankenstein’s first name?

a) Francois     b) Boris      c) Victor

c) Victor

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In Celtic culture they used costumes to celebrate the new year. Why did they do this?

a) For fun!        b) To honor the dead

c) To drive away & confuse the spirits



To drive away and confuse the spirits

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What is the oldest/most classic Halloween costume?

a ghost!


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What is the original name of Halloween?

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

D) All Saints Eve

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Bat

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This creature is usually either a reawakened corpse with a ravenous appetite or someone bitten by another of these creatures infected with a “virus.” They are usually portrayed as strong but robotic beings with rotting flesh.

A) Monstro     B) Zombie      C) Banshee

B) Zombie

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Trick or Treat?

Trick:  Trade points with first place

Treat:  Gain 100 points

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During World War II, how did they have to modify Trick or Treating in the U.S.?

No candy! There was a sugar ration in place.

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Haunted house

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Black Cat

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This is an apparition of a dead person which is believed to appear or become manifest to the living, typically as a nebulous image.

 

Ghost

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What Phobia is called a Fear of Halloween?

a) Samhainophobia    b) Espectrofobia    c) Hallowfobia

a) Samhainophobia

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What was the original name of Candy Corn?

a) Candy pellets   b) Chicken feed   c) Sugar corn



b) Chicken feed

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The Addams Family

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ScareCrow

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This is a dead human or an animal whose soft tissues and organs have been preserved by either intentional or accidental exposure to chemicals, extreme cold, very low humidity, or lack of air, so that the recovered body does not decay further if kept in cool and dry conditions. Usually depicted in Egypt.


Mummy

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What is the name of the "Board" to allegedly call Souls?


Ouija Board

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What U.S. city throws the biggest Halloween parade each year?

New York City

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What is the Name of the Famous Magician (sensational escape acts)  who died on October 31, 1926 from being punched in the stomach unprepared?

Harry Houdini

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Candy Corn

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This character is a personification of death in the form of a cloaked skeleton wielding a large scythe.

 

The Grim Reaper
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Before jack-o’-lanterns were carved as pumpkins, what other root vegetable was commonly used?

a) Potatos      b) Turnips       c) Large Beetroots

b) Turnips

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Halloween is the second largest commercial holiday in the U.S. after Christmas. How much do Americans spend on Halloween each year?

a) $200 million      b) $1 billion     c) $9 billion


c) $9 billion

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