Spooky activities to celebrate Halloween


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Halloween decorations celebrate the fun and spooky Halloween spirit.

By Danielle Schwartz, Editor-in-Chief

Haunted House: If you are looking for a scary Halloween experience, take a trip to a Haunted House. There are a few nearby, including Bane Haunted House, Brighton Asylum and Pantophobia Haunted Attraction. Or, go to Fright Fest at Six Flags for a scare.

Trick-or-Treat: This Halloween tradition is always enjoyed by little kids, but teenagers often feel they are too old. Trick-or-treating is a timeless activity that no kid is too old for. Take your little siblings or go with a group of friends and collect some delicious candy.

Jack-o-Lantern carving: Turning ordinary pumpkins into scary faces is a great way to turn your Halloween decorating game up a notch. Jack-O-Lantern carving is a fun activity and the finished products look great.

Halloween Movies: There are some classic movies that will instantly put you in the Halloween spirit. Grab some snacks and turn on the TV to watch “Hocus Pocus,” “Halloweentown,” “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” “Casper” and “Twitches.”