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Q 1. Hey there! Are you ready to be spooked by this scary Halloween Quiz? You are? Follow us into the shadows and click “Enter”!
Q 2. You’ll probably recognise this frightening ornament as a Jack-O-Lantern. But from which foodstuff are they usually crafted?
Q 3. Yikes, something scared this guy! Do you know the name of this famous painting?
Q 4. “He did the MASH, he did the _____ mash”. You’ve no doubt danced to this funky Halloween tune, but can you fill in the gap?
Q 5. Hollywood has made both crazy and questionable films set during Halloween. But which of these definitely does NOT feature Halloween?
Q 6. All Halloween lovers should know what to say when knocking on the door! “Trick or _____”.
Q 7. Werewolves are as terrifying as they are ruggedly handsome. But what usually sets off the transformation?
Q 8. Talking about all things lunar, which of these forms of madness is related to the moon?
Q 9. This is a place where some pagans choose to celebrate Halloween. Do you know where it is?
The Stone Circle
The Blue Stones of Smurfville
The Stone Table
Q 10. Halloween is a good time to start messing with the occult. Which of these is proposed by some as a means of communicating with the dead?
A Ouija board
A Scrabble Board
A Monopoly Board
Q 11. You might recognise this guy as the chap who comes to collect the dead. He’s referred to as ‘The ____ Reaper’.
Q 12. What is pictured here?
A Voodoo doll
Q 13. If Halloween doesn’t frighten you, maybe the risk of type two diabetes will. What is the most commonly consumed Halloween candy in the US after chocolate?
Q 14. HALLOWEEN. Even the word is spooky. Don’t think we can’t see you cowering in fright. But which of these words does not spell out Halloween?
Ale Hen Owl
A When El Le
Q 15. The three witches of Macbeth are the original Halloween cheerleaders. “When shall we three meet again, in ___, ______ or in _____”. Which one doesn’t fill a gap?
Q 16. Whilst Christianity came up with the whole ‘All Hallows Eve’ thing, many of the traditions were already firmly established by pre-Christian people whose beliefs are usually referred to as _____ .
Q 17. Skulls and crossbones are mighty frightening! But what’s it called when you pop them on a flag and hoist it on a sail?
A Moldy Skully
A Scary Mary
A Jolly Roger
Q 18. Halloween might be the best time to bubble up a big ole brew of potion! But which of these would you typically use for potion making?
Q 19. Making your own fake blood can be a fun and frugal way to personalise your Halloween. Which of these is a commonly accepted ingredient in making fake blood?
Q 20. Dracula has been depicted by many fine actors! Which of these actors has yet to put the black cape on and play Dracula?
Jonathan Rhys Meyers
Q 21. “Where there is no imagination, there is no horror”. Which English writer penned this spooky quote?
Arthur Conan Doyle
Q 22. We might usually associate ghosts with Halloween, but these cheeky translucent charmers also turn up at other holidays, such as in Charles Dickens’ _______.
A Christmas Carol
A Tale of Two Cities
Q 23. Bats are spooky, sure, but they also carry infectious diseases. Which of these is not carried by bats?
Q 24. Speaking of deadly infectious diseases spread by animals, the horror film 28 days later features a zombie apocalypse breaking out after a disease is spread from which primate?
Q 25. Skeletons are a popular fancy dress choice at Halloween, but do you know the name of the British cartoon which featured Big Skeleton, Little Skeleton and Dog Skeleton?
Q 26. Black cats are often thought to be an unlucky omen, especially at Halloween time. But in which ancient culture were cats worshiped, including black ones?
Q 27. Halloween can feel like the apocalypse, particularly to people who are easily scared. How many horsemen of the apocalypse were mentioned in The Bible?
It does not say the number
Q 28. The story of Frankenstein is a hot topic around Halloween time. But do you know who wrote the original story?
H. P. Lovecraft
Q 29. The boogieman is under your bed! This monster is commonly conjured up to frighten children into behaving well. Which of these monsters from around the world is not an equivalent of the boogieman?
Oude Rode Ogen
Q 30. Halloween may have ancient origins, but it’s certainly keeping up with the times. Which of these is not a downloadable App on android or IOS?
Shoot the pumpkin
Halloween Horror Puzzle
The Very Hungry Pumpkin +
Q 31. Halloween is the perfect time to try out your best Harry Potter spells, but which of these would you use to ward of the menacing dementors?
Q 32. Halloween is the time for hidden monsters to sneak out from the woodwork. But which one of these legendary monsters is said to live in the Himalayas?
The Dartmoor Beast
Q 33. This might look a bit like Halloween, but actually it’s a different celebration entirely. It’s _____.
St Patrick’s Day
Day of the Dead
Q 34. A similar festival which honours the dead is called Obon and has Buddhist origins. You’ll find it in _____.
Q 35. “Pumpkins scream in the dead of night!” Which film features this spooky lyric?
The Worst Witch
Addams Family Values
The Nightmare Before Christmas
Q 36. Dr. Faust famously sold his soul to the devil in what became known as a ‘Faustian pact’. But what was the name of the demon with which he wagers his soul?
Q 37. Vampire bats. Nasty little blighters, but somehow adorably cute. But does this little guy fit into the category of ‘vampire bat’?
Q 38. “ZOMBIE, ZOMBIE, ZOMBIE!” No, we’re not just shouting scary Halloween words for the sake of it, this is actually the chorus of a chart-topping song in the 1990s. It’s a protest song about which conflict?
The Gulf War
The Basque Separatist Movement
The Balkan War
Q 39. The Nightmare Before Christmas is considered by many obligatory Halloween viewing. But which of these lyrics isn’t quite right?
“He’s ancient, he’s ugly, I don’t know which is worse”
“A longing that, I’ve ever known”
“There’s children throwing snowballs instead of throwing heads”
“I am the clown with the breakaway face”
Q 40. Halloween or no Halloween, monsters are universal, and each culture has its own. What is one of the traits of this Japanese monster?
Can increase weight
Can conjure storms
Can breathe fire
Can induce sleep