It's The Alarming Halloween History Quiz!
DARE you test your history knowledge?
It's the spookiest time of the year! Before you start carving your Halloween pumpkins and preparing to go trick or treating, why not take the second scariest quiz on the internet?
What is the German word for vampire?
Which William Shakespeare play does the line, 'Double, double, toil and trouble' come from?
What is the only way a vampire can entire your home?
What do you call a fear of Halloween?
How many pieces of candy corn are produced each year for Halloween?
Halloween celebrations started many years ago. But when, roughly?
Which Roman goddess – of fruit and trees – is celebrated at Halloween with the bobbing for apples game?
What was Dracula's original name in Bram Stoker's story?
What item is banned from use at Halloween in California?
In which American state is it unlawful to dress as a priest or nun at Halloween?
Where did Halloween originate?
What's the name of the ancient Celtic festival that Halloween is based on?
What do people in Scotland traditionally carve instead of pumpkins?
Why did people originally celebrate Halloween?
Which of these is NOT a Halloween tradition?
In Scotland, trick-or-treating is known as 'Guising', but why?
True or false - people in the UK didn't trick-or-treat until the 1970s?
Why did women used to throw apple peel over their shoulder on Halloween?
Spookily superb! You're a real Halloween history boffin!
Well done, you're a big fan of the spookiest day of the year!
Not bad, but you can do better! Have another go!
Aargh! What a scary result! You seem like you prefer Christmas to Halloween, because you're totally clueless about it!