Whose ghost was allegedly seen in the White House?
Halloween may look a little different this year, but no matter what your plans are, you can still get in a festive and spooky mood with a good ole rousing game of Halloween trivia with your family or Zoom trivia night with your friends. Don't forget to include your favorite Halloween treats, and of course you'll have to wear your best costume for the occasion. (No time for a last-minute Halloween costume? A funny Halloween coronavirus face mask will do!)
Test your fellow ghouls and witches to see if they really know whose ghost is said to haunt the halls of The White House, or where we got the idea for trick-or-treating and pumpkin carving. Impress your friends with your knowledge of Halloween candy and which states have banned certain costumes. You'll want to keep the fun going by reciting your favorite witch and vampire quotes and resurrect the Sanderson sisters with a post-trivia Halloween movie night. Maybe even tell some of your best Halloween jokes. Keep the competitive spirit going with a pumpkin carving contest. And finish off the night by raiding your own candy bowl!