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History of Halloween

The Haunted History of Halloween (History Channel) (A&E DVD Archives) (2005)

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Return to Halloweentown

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The Day After Halloween

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SpongeBob SquarePants

Halloween (1999) Tom Kenny

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Halloween III

Season of the Witch (1982) Tom Atkins

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Playhouse Disney Halloween

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Halloween

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How to have a fun halloween party?

So,I’m having a Halloween party this year,Yes I will have Weed,and alcohol.I will also buy a black light and I already have some strob lights.
Whatre some fun things to do that seem fun to some teenagers and young adults? No rude comments.Its really childish.

2 Responses to How to have a fun halloween party?

  • Mister Duck says:

    My friends and I throw a huge Halloween party every year. Here some some tips.
    – replace light fixtures with a black light or red bulbs.
    – use tons of glow in the dark spiderwebs on everything.
    – set up a beer pong table in your basement/garage. Use a black light above the table, use white cups and orange balls so that it all glows.
    – buy cheap white sheets from the thrift store. Bleach and wash them. Use to cover your couches and chairs to create a spooky look.
    – make jello shots and store in an ice-filled ice cauldron.
    – use scene setters to cover your walls. I like to use the brick wall scene setter for my basement. I buy a few glow in the dark fabric paint pens and let guests write things on the "brick wall".
    – use purple and orange strand lights for your ceiling, deck railing, garage, ect.
    – buy holograph portraits from Halloween store and hang crooked on walls.
    – use gooey gel bloody hand prints for bathroom mirrors
    – buy cheap black or gold candle holders from the thrift store. Use long red candlestick or the white candle sticks that drip "blood".
    – set up an area for people to escape the music/crazy party scene and watch horror movies. Rent a few films and leave them out for guests.
    – hang rubber bats and spiders from the ceiling. Use glow in the dark rubber string to hang them.
    – have a good music mix. Include Halloween classics, 80’s hits, hip hop, and dance music.
    – for food: party trays of pizza & cheese bread, chips & dip, mini pigs and blankets, ect.
    – replace shower curtain with a white bloody curtain. Spray tub with cooking oil spray and fill partially with water with red food coloring. Place a skeleton in the tub with it’s arm or leg sticking out.
    – use chalk to outline a dead body outdoors
    – buy dolls from the thrift store. Burn random areas of the dolls and put fake blood on them. Leave in random parts of your house.
    – buy a cheap fog machine to place outside; aim it towards your entrance.
    – set up a table for cards

  • alyssa says:

    justbe original, spin the bottle, truth or dare. stuff like that.

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