1) Watch a horror of a film - Instead of watching a horror film why not watch a horror of a film? Sex in the City 2 anyone? It will be the spookiest couple of hours of your Halloween night. Giving you nightmares for many a day, week or month.
|The ghostly Jasons Hill near Chesham in Buckinghamshire|
2) Pumpkin faces - Why not try an alternative face on your craved pumpkin? Why not give it a happy face? Or attempt your favourite singer or actor? It doesn't always have to been spooky does it?
3) Visit a local ghostly spot - The picture above may look like an innocent country road. (It's just outside the small village of Leyhill in the heart of the Chilterns, close to London). However this road is supposedly haunted by a headless horseman or so I was told when young. I used to deliver newspapers down that road and when it was dark I always peddled my bike quicker. I never saw the ghost but the thought always stayed with me. Every town or village seems to have a ghostly tale to tell, so why not go and visit your local ghost spot. You may not see a ghost but I'm sure it will still be spooky.
|Probably scary enough without effects!|
or alternatively if you're in the UK go and visit
5) Pluckley in Kent - Britain's most haunted village according to the Guinness World Records. Up to twelve ghosts are recorded, from an old school master to a lady on a bridge. How about a bit of ghost busting?
So there we are, an alternative Halloween. Have you got any alternative Halloween ideas? Then why not pop a comment down and then we can all share in making it an alternative night of entertainment.