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Where there is no imagination there is no horror.
– – -Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

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Ghosts, like ladies, never speak till spoke to.
– – -Richard Harris Barham

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On Hallowe’en the thing
you must do
Is pretend that nothing
can frighten you
An’ if somethin’ scares you
and you want to run
Jus’ let on like
it’s Hallowe’en fun.
– – – from an Early Nineteenth Century Halloween Postcard

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Just like a ghost, you’ve been a-hauntin’ my dreams,
So I’ll propose on Halloween.
Love is kinda crazy with a spooky little girl like you
– – – from Anonymous

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This Halloween the most popular mask is the Arnold Schwarzenegger mask.
And the best part? With a mouth full of candy you will sound just like him.
– – – from Anonymous

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‘Tis the night – the night
Of the grave’s delight,
And the warlocks are at their play;
Ye think that without
The wild winds shout,
But no, it is they – it is they.
– – – Arthur Cleveland Coxe

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One need not be a chamber to be haunted;
One need not be a house;
The brain has corridors surpassing
Material place.
– – – Emily Dickinson

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If a man harbors any sort of fear, it makes him landlord to a ghost.
– – – Lloyd Douglas

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Shadows of a thousand years rise again unseen,
Voices whisper in the trees, “Tonight is Halloween!”
– – – Dexter Kozen

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Fear is nature’s warning signal to get busy.
– – – Henry C. Link

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The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest
and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown.
– – – H. P. Lovecraft

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Be wary then; best safety lies in fear.
– – – Shakespeare “Hamlet”

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Double, double toil and trouble; fire burn and cauldron bubble.
– – – Shakespeare “Macbeth”

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Hark! Hark to the wind! ‘Tis the night, they say,
When all souls come back from the far away-
The dead, forgotten this many a day!
– – – Virna Sheard

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From ghoulies and ghosties and long leggety beasties and things that go bump
in the night, Good Lord, deliver us!
– – – Scottish saying

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Men say that in this midnight hour,
The disembodie`d have power
To wander as it liketh them,
By wizard oak and fairy stream.
– – – William

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At first cock-crow the ghosts must go Back to their quiet graves below.
– – -Theodosia Garrison

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‘Tis now the very witching time of night, When churchyards yawn and hell itself breathes out
Contagion to this world.
– – -William Shakespeare

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Men fear death as children fear to go in the dark; and as that natural fear in children
is increased with tales, so is the other.
– – -Sir Francis Bacon, Essays [1625], “Of Death”

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To suffering there is a limit; to fearing, none.
– – -Sir Francis Bacon, Essays [1625], “Of Seditions and Troubles

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For as children tremble and fear everything in the blind darkness, so we in the light
sometimes fear what is no more to be feared than the things children in the dark
hold in terror and imagine will come true.
– – -Titus Lucretius Carus [99-55 B.C.], De Rerum Natura, bk. III, l. 87

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There is a sacred HORROR about everything grand. It is easy to admire mediocrity and hills;
but whatever is too lofty, a genius as well as a mountain, an assembly as well as a masterpiece,
seen too near, is appalling.
– – -Victor Hugo

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The dream reveals the reality which conception lags behind. That is the horror of life—
the terror of art.
– – -One of the best quotes by Franz Kafka

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From ghoulish and ghosties and long leggety beasties and things that go bump in the night,
Good Lord, deliver us!
– – – Scottish saying

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Eye of newt, and toe of frog, Wool of bat, and tongue of dog, Adder’s fork, and blind-worm’s
sting, Lizard’s leg, and owlet’s wing, For a charm of powerful trouble, Like a hell-broth
boil and bubble.
– – -William Shakespeare (a quote from “Macbeth”)

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Bring forth the raisins and the nuts- Tonight All-Hallows’ Specter struts Along the moonlit way.
– – -John Kendrick Bangs

Halloween Story

The Origin of Halloween Story and Halloween Festivities on Halloween Holiday.

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Halloween or Hallowe’en, is a holiday celebrated on the night of October 31. Traditional activities include trick-or-treating, costume parties, Halloween festivals, bonfires, ghost tours, visiting haunted house, viewing horror films, and participating in traditional autumn activities such as hayrides (which may have “haunted” themes).

Halloween’s origins date back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain (pronounced sow-in).
The Celts, who lived 2,000 years ago in the area that is now Ireland, the United Kingdom, and northern France, celebrated their new year on November 1. This day marked the end of summer and the harvest and the beginning of the dark, cold winter, a time of year that was often associated with human death. Celts believed that on the night before the new year, the boundary between the worlds of the living and the dead became blurred. On the night of October 31, they celebrated Samhain, when it was believed that the ghosts of the dead returned to earth. In addition to causing trouble and damaging crops, Celts thought that the presence of the otherworldly spirits made it easier for the Druids, or Celtic priests, to make predictions about the future. For a people entirely dependent on the volatile natural world, these prophecies were an important source of comfort and direction during the long, dark winter.

To commemorate the event, Druids built huge sacred bonfires, where the people gathered to burn crops and animals as sacrifices to the Celtic deities. During the celebration, the Celts wore costumes, typically consisting of animal heads and skins, and attempted to tell each other’s fortunes. When the celebration was over, they re-lit their hearth fires, which they had extinguished earlier that evening, from the sacred bonfire to help protect them during the coming winter.

By A.D. 43, Romans had conquered the majority of Celtic territory. In the course of the four hundred years that they ruled the Celtic lands, two festivals of Roman origin were combined with the traditional Celtic celebration of Samhain.

The first was Feralia, a day in late October when the Romans traditionally commemorated the passing of the dead. The second was a day to honor Pomona, the Roman goddess of fruit and trees. The symbol of Pomona is the apple and the incorporation of this celebration into Samhain probably explains the tradition of “bobbing” for apples that is practiced today on Halloween.

Halloween is shortened from All-hallow-even, as it is the evening of/before “All Hallows Day”, also known as “All Saints Day”. It was a day of religious festivities in various northern European Pagan traditions, until Popes Gregory III and Gregory IV moved the old Christian feast of All Saints’ Day from May 13 to November 1. In the ninth century, the Church measured the day as starting at sunset, in accordance with the Florentine calendar. Although All Saints’ (or Hallows’) Day is now considered to occur one day after Halloween, the two holidays were, at that time, celebrated on the same day. Liturgically, the Church traditionally celebrated that day as the Vigil of All Saints, and, until 1970, a day of fasting as well. Like other vigils, it was celebrated on the previous day if it fell on a Sunday, although secular celebrations of the holiday remained on the 31st. The Vigil was suppressed in 1955, but was later restored in the post-Vatican II calendar.

Halloween Song, Lyrics, MP3

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Halloween Song, Lyrics, MP3

..This is Halloween, everybody make a scene Trick or treat..

..till the neighbors gonna die of fright..

..It’s our town, everybody sing..

..A song of Halloween..


TITLE 1: Halloween

Halloween, Halloween
Creepy, crawly Halloween
Trick or treating all in fun
October 31st has come

Halloween, Halloween
Spooky, kooky Halloween
Kids in costumes, what a sight
On Halloween tonight

Big black cats
Vampire bats
Ghosts and goblins out tonight
Causing quite a fright

Halloween, Halloween
Painted faces, what a scene
Door to door They trick or treat
For something sweet to eat

Halloween, Halloween
Celebrating Halloween
Jack-o’-lanterns all aglow
So the ancient stories go

Halloween, Halloween
Celtics started Halloween
They celebrated harvest time
With gifts of food and wine

Candles glow
Spirits go
Bringing luck and fortune too
This is what they knew

Halloween, Halloween
Now they call it Halloween
Skulls and bones
Create the scene
Very scary Halloween

Halloween, Halloween
Let’s have fun on Halloween
Witches fly
And children scream
Tonight on Halloween

Witches fly
And children scream
Tonight on Halloween!

TITLE 2: This is Halloween

Boys and girls of every age
Wouldn’t you like to see something strange?

Come with us and you will see
This, our town of Halloween

This is Halloween, this is Halloween
Pumpkins scream in the dead of night

This is Halloween, everybody make a scene
Trick or treat till the neighbors gonna die of fright
It’s our town, everybody screm
In this town of Halloween

I am the one hiding under your bed
Teeth ground sharp and eyes glowing red

I am the one hiding under yours stairs
Fingers like snakes and spiders in my hair

This is Halloween, this is Halloween

Halloween! Halloween! Halloween! Halloween!
In this town we call home
Everyone hail to the pumpkin song

In this town, don’t we love it now?
Everybody’s waiting for the next surprise

Round that corner, man hiding in the trash cam
Something’s waiting no to pounce, and how you’ll…

Scream! This is Halloween
Red ‘n’ black, slimy green

Aren’t you scared?

Well, that’s just fine
Say it once, say it twice
Take a chance and roll the dice
Ride with the moon in the dead of night

Everybody scream, everbody scream

In our town of Halloween!

I am the clown with the tear-away face
Here in a flash and gone without a trace

I am the “who” when you call, “Who’s there?”
I am the wind blowing through your hair

I am the shadow on the moon at night
Filling your dreams to the brim with fright

This is Halloween, this is Halloween
Halloween! Halloween! Halloween! Halloween!
Halloween! Halloween!

Tender lumplings everywhere
Life’s no fun without a good scare

That’s our job, but we’re not mean
In our town of Halloween

In this town

Don’t we love it now?

Skeleton Jack might catch you in the back
And scream like a banshee
Make you jump out of your skin
This is Halloween, everyone scream
Wont’ ya please make way for a very special guy

Our man jack is King of the Pumpkin patch
Everyone hail to the Pumpkin King

This is Halloween, this is Halloween
Halloween! Halloween! Halloween! Halloween!

In this town we call home
Everyone hail to the pumpkin song

La la-la la, Halloween! Halloween! [Repeat]

TITLE 3: Phantom of the Opera

(The PHANTOM and CHRISTINE take their
strange journey to the PHANTOM’S lair. Candles
rise from the stage. We see CHRISTINE and the
PHANTOM in a boat which moves slowly across
the misty waters of the underground lake)
In sleep
he sang to me,
in dreams
he came . . .
that voice
which calls to me
and speaks
my name . . .
And do
I dream again?
For now
I find
the Phantom of the Opera
is there –
inside my mind . . .
Sing once
again with me
our strange
duet . . .
My power
over you
grows stronger
yet . . .
And though
you turn from me,
to glance
the Phantom of the Opera
is there –
inside your mind . . .
Those who
have seen your face
draw back
in fear . . .
I am
the mask you wear . . .
It’s me
they hear . . .
Your/my spirit
and your/my voice,
in one
the Phantom of the Opera
is there
inside your/my mind . . .
He’s there,
the Phantom of the Opera . . .
the Phantom of the Opera . . .
In all
your fantasies,
you always
that man
and mystery . . .
. . . were both
in you . . .
And in
this labyrinth,
where night
is blind,
the Phantom of the Opera
is there/here
inside your/my mind . . .
Sing, my Angel of Music!
He’s there,
the Phantom of the Opera . . .
(She begins to vocalise strangely, her song becoming
more and more extravagant


Halloween Around the World

Halloween is one of the world’s oldest holidays. Halloween is still celebrated today in several countries around the globe by more people in more countries than ever before.

Halloween around the world

Halloween in Australia

Halloween around the world

It was once believed that leaving bread and water on a table with a lighted lamp would help welcome dead souls back to earth on this powerfully cosmic night.

Halloween in Spain

Halloween around the world

A pastry called Bones of the Holy is shaped like skulls and eaten on Halloween day. It contains anise seed and is covered with an orange glaze. Children play tricks for treats, and later families go to the cemetery to visit deceased family members where they remain, keeping vigil throughout the night. The next day is spent cleaning up the family burial plots.

Halloween in Japan

Halloween around the world

The Japanese celebrate a holiday similar to Halloween called Bon Festival which takes place July 13th to the 16th. The festival comes from Buddhist tradition. It is the their belief that your ancestors’ spirits come back to their home during the Bon Festival. Families offer special foods to the spirits of their ancestors at their family altars. Japanese folk dancing is preformed to welcome their ancestor’s spirits and paper lanterns are lit during the ending of the festival and placed in the rivers to send the spirits back on their way.

Halloween in Korea

Halloween around the world

The Koreans celebrate a holiday similar to Thanksgiving and Halloween called Chusok. It starts on the night before the 15th day of the 8th lunar month and ends on the day after the 15th. The holiday is celebrated by families getting together and eating. In the evening they get dressed up visit the tombs of their ancestors. They thank their ancestors for the hard work they did and leave offerings of rice and fruits. They dance, play games, and sing songs.

Halloween in Germany

Halloween around the world

German households put away all knives on Halloween night so that the spirits returning to earth will not be accidentally hurt during the celebrations. Cemeteries are cleaned up and wreaths and lanterns are placed at family grave sites.

Halloween in Italy

Halloween around the world

It is custom to set a bountiful table and then leave the house open while spending the day in church praying for the souls of the dead. They pray, hoping that the dead will return and consume the food that is left for them. One traditional food made for this day is a bread or cookie baked in commemoration of the dead called Fave dei morti or, Bones of the Dead. It is made with almonds, pine nuts, sugar, eggs, and flour and shaped into large beans.

Halloween in Mexico

Halloween around the world

In Mexico they celebrate El Dia de los Muertos (The Day of the Dead) starting on the evening of October 31st and lasting until November 2nd. The holiday is celebrated to honor friends and family members who have past on. According to belief, their spirits return to the realm of the living at this time. Many families construct shrines in their homes and decorate it with the foods and drink that the past relatives enjoyed while alive. They also leave photographs and candles so the spirits may find their way to the shrines. The burial places of these relatives are also cleaned fresh flowers are placed beside them. The festivities during this time are grandiose including parades, parties, and lavish costumes depicting the dead.

Halloween in Russia

Halloween around the world

Blue cats such as the Russian Blue, Burmese, and British Blue are said to bring good luck on this day.

Halloween in Ireland

Halloween around the world

Ireland has celebrated Halloween for Centuries. It is said that the practice of carving and lighting Jack O’Lanterns started there. A man named “Stingy Jack” was said to be too mean to be let into heaven, and because he played so many tricks on the devil he was not welcomed into the netherworld either. With nowhere to go, after he died, “Stingy Jack” was destined to walk the earth for all eternity carrying a carved-out turnip with a glowing lump of coal inside. Soon people

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It’s halloween again and time to start thinking about what you’re going to dress up as this year. When you think of Halloween costumes — it’s hard not to think of witches, ghosts and goblins. These are and probably always will be the traditional costumes for Halloween. But, what if you want to be something different, Let’s come up with new ideas for Halloween costumes that can be difficult At GreetingStuffs — we’re ready to help and build up more ideas than you can imagine.

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Halloween costumes are outfits worn on or around October 31, the day of Halloween. Halloween is a modern-day holiday originating in the Pagan Celtic holiday of Samhain (in Christian times, the eve of All Saints Day). Although popular histories of Halloween claim that the practice goes back to ancient celebrations of Samhain, in fact there is little primary documentation of masking or costuming on Halloween before the twentieth century. Costuming became popular for Halloween parties in America in the early 1900s, as often for adults as for children. The first mass-produced Halloween costumes appeared in stores in the 1930s when trick-or-treating was becoming popular in the United States.What sets Halloween costumes apart from costumes for other celebrations or days of dressing up is that they are often designed to imitate supernatural and scary beings. Costumes are traditionally those of monsters such as vampires, ghosts, witches and devils. There are also costumes of pop culture figures like presidents, or film, television, and cartoon characters. Another popular trend is for women (and in some cases, men) to use Halloween as an excuse to wear particularly revealing costumes, showing off more skin than would be socially acceptable otherwise.

Halloween costume parties generally fall on, or around, October 31, often falling on the Friday or Saturday prior to Halloween.

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According to The National Retail Federation’s (NRF) 2006 Halloween Consumer Intentions and Actions Survey in the United States…

The top Halloween costumes for children are:

  1. Princess
  2. Pirate
  3. Witch
  4. Spider-Man
  5. Superman / Disney Princess
  6. Power Ranger
  7. Pumpkin
  8. Cat
  9. Vampire
The top Halloween costumes for adults are:

  1. Witch
  2. Pirate
  3. Vampire
  4. Cat
  5. Clown
  6. Fairy
  7. Gypsy
  8. Superhero
  9. Ghost / Ghoul

Halloween Humor

Ghost Riddles

Halloween Humor

1. What kind of music do ghosts like?
2. Why did the ghost take his family on an elevator ride every day?
3. What do ghosts do when they want to start up a computer?
4. How did the ghost do at the comedy club?
5. What do you call a website for ghosts?
6. What is Casper’s favorite sticky treat?
7. Where do baby ghosts come from?
8. Why did the ghost go to the doctor?
9. What would you get if you crossed a cocker spaniel, a French poodle, and a ghost?
10. Who protects the shores where spirits live?
11. What did the papa ghost say to his ghostly children?
12. What is a ghost’s favorite direction?
13. Why couldn’t the ghost ride the bus?
14. Why did the ghost rush home from school?
15. Why did the police officer arrest the ghost?
16. What do young ghosts call their moms and dads?
17. Where do little ghosts learn to yell “BOO!”?
18. Why are ghosts like newspaper?

Ghost Riddles Answers:

1. Rhythm and boos.
2. To raise their spirits.
3. They boo-t it up!
4. He was a dead-knockout.
5. Bahoo or Yaboo!
6. Boo-ble gum.
7. Boo Genes.
8. To get a booster shot.
9. A cocker-poodle-boo!
10. The Ghost Guard.
11. Fasten your sheet belt.
12. Horror-zontal.
13. Because he didn’t have exact chains.
14. To watch an afterghoul special on TV.
15. Because he didn’t have a haunting license.
16. Transparent.
17. In noisery school.
18. Because they appear in sheets.

Goulish Giggles

Halloween Humor

Q: What did that boy ghost say to the girl ghost?
A: You are the most booooooooo-tiful thing I have ever seen!

Q: What happens when a ghost gets lost in the fog?
A: He is mist.

Q: What do you call a witch who lives at the beach?
A: A sand-witch.

Q: Where does a ghost go on Saturday night?
A: Anywhere where he can boo-gie.

Q: What is a vampires favorite holiday?
A: Fangsgiving

Q: What did the skeleton say to the vampire?
A: You suck.

Q: What happens when two vampires meet?
A: It was love at first bite!

Q: What do goblins and ghosts drink when they’re hot and thirsty on Halloween?
A: Ghoul-aid!!!

Q: Why is a ghost such a messy eater?
A: Because he is always a goblin.

Q: Who was the most famous ghost detective?
A: Sherlock Moans.

Q: What do you call two spiders that just got married?
A: Newlywebbed

Q: Why was the girl afraid of the vampire?
A: He was all bite and no bark.

Q: Who was the most famous French skeleton?
A: Napoleon bone-apart

Q: Where does Count Dracula usually eat his lunch?
A: At the casketeria.

Q: What kind of makeup do ghosts wear?
A: Mas-scare-a.

Q: Why doesn’t Dracula mind the doctor looking at his throat.

A: Because of the coffin.Q: Why do demons and ghouls hang out together?
A: Because demons are a ghouls best friend!

Q: What do you call a goblin who gets too close to a bonfire?
A: A toasty ghosty.

Q: Where do most goblins live?
A: In North and South Scarolina.

Q: What do you get when you cross a black cat with a lemon.

A: Sour-pussQ: How do you scare a mummy

A: With a yummy dummy in a crash test crummy.Q: Why do vampires scare people?
A: They are bored to death!

Q: What did the ghost say to the man at the coffee shop?
A: Scream or sugar!

Q: Where does a ghost refuel his Porsche?
A: At a ghastly station.

Q: Who was the most famous skeleton detective?
A: Sherlock Bones.

Q: Where did the goblin throw the football?
A: Over the ghoul line.

Q: What instrument do skeleton play?
A: Trom-BONE.

Q: What do ghosts eat for breakfast?
A: Boo-Berries.

Q: Which building does Dracula visit in New York?
A: The Vampire State Building.

Q: What is a Mummy?s favorite type of music?
A: Wrap!!!!!

Q: What tops off a ghost’s ice cream sundae?
A: Whipped scream.

Q: What’s a monster’s favorite bean?
A: A human bean.

Q: What do you give a skeleton for valentine’s day?
A: Bone-bones in a heart shaped box.

Q: What do you call a little monsters parents

A: Mummy and deadyQ: What do you get when you cross a vampire with the Internet?
A: Blood-thirsty hacker baby

Q: How can you tell a vampire likes baseball?
A: Every night he turns into a bat.

Q: What’s it called when a vampire has trouble with his house?
A: A grave problem.

Q: Why did Dracula go to the dentist?
A: He had a fang-ache.

Q: What’s it like to be kissed by a vampire?
A: It’s a pain in the neck.

Q: How can you tell when a vampire has been in a bakery?
A: All the jelly has been sucked out of the jelly doughnuts.

Q: What is a vampires least favorite food?
A: Steak

Q: Why doesn’t anybody like Dracula?
A: He has a bat temper.

Q: What do witches use in their hair?
A: Scare-spray

Q: Why do girl ghosts go on diets?
A: So they can keep their ghoulish figures.

Q: Where did the ghost get it’s hair done?
A: At the boo-ty shop.

Q: Where does a ghost go on Saturday night?
A: Anywhere where he can boo-gie.

Q: What do they teach in witching school?
A: Spelling.

Q: Why does a witch ride a broom?
A: Vacuum cleaners get stuck at the end of the cord.

Q: Why can’t the boy ghost have babies?
A: Because he has a Hallo-weenie.

Q: Why did the ghost go into the bar?
A: For the Boos.

Q: What are ghosts’ favorite kind of streets?
A: Dead ends

Q: Who does Dracula get letters from?
A: His fang club.

Q: What’s a monsters favorite desert?
A: I-Scream!!

Q: When does a ghost have breakfast?
A: In the moaning.

Q: What do you call a witch’s garage?
A: A broom closet.

Q: Riddle: the maker does not want it, the buyer does not use it, and the user does not see it, what is it?
A: A coffin.

Q: What is a witch’s favorite subject in school?
A: Spelling

Q: What do ghosts drink at breakfast?
A: Coffee with scream and sugar.

Q: Where do ghosts go out?
A: Where they can get boooooo-ze.

Q: Why did the man with a knife in his head cross the street?
A: He was dying to get to the other side!

Q: What do ghosts say when something is really neat?
A: Ghoul

Q: Why did the skeleton cross the road?
A: To go to the body shop.

Q: How does a girl vampire flirt?
A: She bats her eyes.

Q: Why did Dracula take cold medicine?
A: To stop his coffin.

Q: What can’t you give the headless horseman?
A: A headache.

Q: What kind of tie does a ghost wear to a formal party?
A: A boo-tie.

Q: What’s a ghosts favorite desert?
A: Boo-berry pie.

Q: Why did the game warden arrest the ghost?
A: He didn’t have a haunting license.

Q: Why did the skeleton go disco dancing?
A: To see the boogy man.

Q: Why didn?t the skeleton cross the road?
A: He had no guts.

Q: What did the Mummy movie director say when the final scene was done?
A: OK, that’s a wrap.

Q: How do you keep a monster from biting his nails?
A: Give him screws.

Q: Where does a ghost go on vacation?
A: Mali-boo.

Q: Why can’t Boy Ghosts make babies?
A: Because they have Hollow-Weenies!

Q: What did the mother ghost say to her kids in the car?
A: Fasten your sheet belts.

Q: What do you call two witches living together?
A: Broommates.

Q: What did the corpse’ mom do when her son was bad?
A: Ground him

Q: Why was the mummy so tense?
A: Because he was all wound up.

Q: Why didn’t the skeleton dance at the party?
A: He had no body to dance with.

Q: Why does Dracula wear patent leather shoes?
A: Sandals don’t look good with his tuxedo.

Q: Why don’t mummies take vacations?
A: They’re afraid they’ll relax and unwind.

Q: What is a ghosts favorite sale?
A: A white sale.

Q: Where do ghosts go out?
A: Where they can get sheet-faced.

Q: Why don’t ghost have bands?
A: They get boooooed.

Q: Why did the vampire need mouthwash?
A: Because he had bat breath.

Q: What do you call a monster who poisons corn flakes?
A: A cereal killer.

Q: Why didn’t the skeleton go to see a scary movie?
A: He didn’t have the guts.

Q: Who was the most famous witch detective?
A: Warlock Holmes

Q: What do you get when you cross a pumpkin with a skwaush?
A: A squashed pumpkin pie.

Q: Why do ghosts shiver and moan?
A: It’s drafty under that sheet.

Q: What do u get when there is a witch in the desert?
A: You get a sandwich.

Q: Why do ghosts like to ride elevators?
A: It raises their spirits.

Q: What songs does Dracula hate?
A: “You Are My Sunshine” and “Sunshine on my Shoulders.

Q: What?s a ghost’s favorite type of car?
A: A boo-ick

Q: What’s a skeletons favorite part of the house?
A: The living room

Q: What did the bird say on Halloween?
A: Trick or tweet!

Q: What is a vampire?s favorite fruit?
A: A necktarine

Q: Who are some of the werewolves cousins?
A: The whatwolves, the whowolves and the when wolves.

Q: Where do ghost go for fun?
A: To the boo-vies

Q: What do the skeletons say be for eating?
A: Bone appetite

Q: Why didn’t the skeleton go to the Halloween party?
A: Because he had no body to go with.

Q: What did the teenage witch ask her mother on Halloween?
A: Can I have the keys to the broom tonight.

Q: How did the ghost say goodbye to the vampire?
A: So long sucker!

Q: Why can’t a Skeleton Lift Weights?
A: He’s all bone & no muscle.

Q: What’s a Vampire’s least favorite song?
A: Another one bites the dust!

Q: What is a Skeleton’s favorite song.

A: Bad to the BoneQ: What do ghosts call there girl friends?
A: There goul friends.

Q: Why are vampires like false teeth?
A: They all come out at night.

Q: What was the mummies’ vacation like?
A: Nobody knows. They were too wrapped up to tell us.

Q: Why did the headless horseman go into business?
A: He wanted to get ahead in life.

Q: What kind of key does a skeleton use?
A: A skeleton key.

Q: Why do skeletons drink milk?
A: To help their bones!

Q: What did the goblin say to the witch?
A: I don’t know you tell me!

Q: What did Dracula say after reading all these jokes?
A: They suck! (or they bite!)

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7 Classic Movie Monsters

1. Frankenstein Movies — 1931 (Universal Pictures)

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Not the first Frankenstein film, but the first full-on Hollywood treatment of Mary Shelley’s classic book. Brilliantly directed by James Whale, Frankenstein is in fact the name of the mad scientist and monster-maker. Then unknown, Boris Karloff plays the nameless monster, who manages to evoke sympathy from the audience despite his grotesque form, hideous face and shocking violence. Watch the original and its fabulous sequel, and then watch the inspired Mel Brooks spoof, Young Frankenstein.

2. The Bride of Frankenstein Movies –1935 (Universal Pictures)

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This amazing sequel is campy as they come, and actually a little better than the first film. James Whale directs Karloff again, anticipating all the spoofs that were to come with this bizarre, weirdly comic film. Elsa Lanchester plays Mary Shelley in the prologue, and also the nameless Bride of the Monster. Here again, the title is meant to refer to the bride of the scientist, but Lanchester’s electric bouffant from hell made her The Bride of Frankenstein forevermore. Her shriek when she sees her intended is one of the great movie screams of all time.

3. Dracula Movies — 1931 (Universal Pictures)

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Okay, this was a hit back in the day, but it really drags compared to many of the terrific Dracula films that were to come. Nevertheless, it launched Bela Lugosi as the first American movie version of the hypnotic, undead count and his blood-drinking ways, and established the character in movie mythology. Lugosi is fun in the role, and the film has some lovely cinematography, but he’s just not as sexy as many of the screen Draculas who came later. Let’s face it, vampires are supposed to be hot. Lugosi, not so much anymore.

4. King Kong Movies –1933 (RKO Radio Pictures)

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Still good fun, this rip-roaring, low-budget old film swings from the forests of Skull Island to the canyons of Manhattan. King Kong was the first of the great big beasties to grace the big screen, fighting with pterodactyls and giant snakes on his home turf. He is eventually undone by the modern world and his erotic fascination with the “Queen of Screams,” Fay Wray. A monster hit, its stop-action silliness was revolutionary at the time, and King Kong has been remade again and again. Make sure you get the restored version, where Kong picks off Fay’s diaphanous clothing with his enormous fingers, the big ape.

5. Mummy Movies –1932

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Moody, atmospheric and restrained, this is more of a dark love story than a real chiller. Boris Karloff is The Mummy, dry as dust, searching over the centuries for his long-lost love. German expressionist director Karl Freund keeps the monster under wraps (sorry) for most of the movie, and the scene where the mummy first awakens and opens his eye under a linen strap is unforgettable. Karloff was the king of the early movie monsters, and here he rules again, allowing the essential humanity of his supernatural character to somehow seep out from under the costume and the makeup.

6. The Invisible Man Movies -1933

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Another entry in the mad scientist run amok genre, the special effects in The Invisible Man hold up pretty well – a tribute to James Whale’s expert direction. A very young Claude Rains stars as the hero who is in fact unseen for most of the film, causing mayhem among the villagers, laughing insanely and plotting world domination. It’s got Whale’s touches of dark humor throughout, but a cackling performance by Una O’Connor as a terrorized innkeeper gets awfully old. Still, one of the best of the old black and whites.

7. The Wolf Man Movies -1941

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One of Hollywood’s original classic monsters, The Wolf Man was not a literary character like Frankenstein or Dracula, but a myth made for the silver screen. Lon Chaney, Jr., whose famous father had played in the early, silent versions of The Phantom of the Opera and The Hunchback Of Notre Dame, gives his best performance here (the many sequels in which he appeared are pretty lame.) The film is chiefly notable for the stop-motion scenes of the wolf’s transformation, achieved with a rubbery snoot and yak hair. Not too scary, I’m afraid, but it established another enduring legend for remakes, parodies and retellings.