9 Surprising Ways to Celebrate Halloween
Halloween is coming up, and that means it’s time to think of all possible ways to celebrate All Hallows’ Eve. Halloween is my favorite holiday and my favorite time of year, and I just can’t wait for it each year! I try to celebrate Halloween in my own and unique way and I don’t spend a lot of money on costumes and foods.
Although this holiday of mirth and mischief is all about jack-o’-lanterns, trick-or-treats, spooky costumes and rib-tickling games for all the family members, sometimes you can shift the focus on the other uncommon and thrilling entertainments. Check out the list of the most surprising ways to celebrate Halloween.
1. Haunting Time
What can be more horrible than spending All Hallows’ Eve in a deserted haunted house with all the ghosts and spirits moving around? Just imagine you roaming around the empty dwelling where some vicious murder must have been committed. The psychological implication alone will frighten you more than any real facts and data.
Haunts have developed from occasional events on Halloween into a full-fledged entertainment over the last decade. You can find plenty of scary haunts across the country, which provide visitors with arranged tours and add-on options. It’s not that difficult to find a haunted house in your town as well, since abandoned churches, dwellings or schools are a common thing. If you and your friends venture to get such a thrilling experience, make sure you have flashlights with extra batteries, comfortable outfit and even some recording device to capture those memorable moments.