Happy Halloween! Here's a few celebratory articles, so grab yourself a mini Baby Ruth and start reading:
- Halloween Scavenger Hunt: The Halloween scavenger hunt is all about Halloween traditions, Halloween history, and Halloween trivia...plus, it's a great way to test out your Web search skills.
- Halloween Games Online: Work off those handfuls of candy corn with a few of the best free Halloween games online, from scary to silly.
- Free Halloween Wallpaper: Spruce up your desktop today with some free Halloween wallpaper.
- The World's Greatest Halloween Costumes: If you love Halloween, then you'll love Retrocrush; they've put together an amazing collection of the world's best (and worst) Halloween costumes.
- Monster Page of Halloween Projects: Got a hankering to do some serious Halloween projects? You'll want to check out the Monster Page of Halloween Projects, a huge database of hundreds of Halloowen-related crafts, projects, and more.
- Free Pumpkin Carving Patterns: Even though Halloween comes just once a year, it's fun to get (a little) scared all throughout the year. Here are a few free pumpkin carving patterns that'll give you that tingle up the spine (and make your jack o'lantern look really cool!).
- Google Scary Stories: Download a few classic scary stories for Halloween this year courtesy of Google: Edgar Allan Poe, Bram Stoker, and Mary Shelley are among the authors featured here.
- Giant Robot Costume: You'll have to see it to believe it: a very enterprising Halloween enthusiast built a giant robot costume from scratch - it's pretty amazing.
- Old Time Radio at the Monster Club: Some of the best old time radio shows out there are available at the Old Time Radio at the Monster Club site: "Here, we present 100 of our favorite horror theme stories, from shows like Witch's Tale, Lights Out, Innersanctum, Quiet Please, The Haunted Hour and others. These are the very stories that inspired favorite Horror Comics and shows like Twilight Zone and Thriller! In fact, old time radio horror show, "Witch's Tale" is reported to have served as direct inspiration for EC Comics."