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Ghosts, Ghouls and Goblins ~ A Halloween Quiz

There are so many interesting facts or legends about Halloween. The practice of Trick or treating is believed to originate in the Middle Ages when the poor dressed in costumes and went door to door asking for food in exchange for prayers during Hallowmas. And did you know that Halloween is also known by other names such as The Feast of the Dead and All Hallows Eve?

Halloween was originally a Celtic holiday  dating back some 2,000 years. It is also important to note that while Halloween is popular in Canada, Great Britain, the US and parts of Europe, it is relatively unknown in many other parts of the world.

Try your luck with this ghostly yet sweet Halloween Quiz.

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  • Americans spend this much money on Halloween

    • 9 billion
    • 100 million
    • 5 billion
  • The first Jack O’ Lanterns were made from this

    • Pumpkins
    • Turnips
    • Watermelons
  • How big is Halloween in North America?

    • The biggest commercial holiday
    • The 3rd biggest commercial holiday
    • The 2nd biggest commercial holiday
  • The fear of Halloween is known as —

    • Agoraphobia
    • Hemophobia
    • Samhainophobia
  • According to Irish legend Jack O’ Lanterns are named after —

    • A stingy man named Jack
    • An old man named Jackson
    • A young woman named Jackie
  • The world’s longest haunted house is —

    • Erebus Haunted Attraction in Michigan
    • Bennett’s Curse in Maryland
    • Factory of Terror in Ohio
  • Day of the Dead is celebrated in which of these countries

    • Mexico
    • France
    • Columbia
  • How much candy does Americans buy for Halloween?

    • 600 million pounds
    • 1billion pounds
    • 2 million pounds
  • How many parents admit to sneaking candy from their kids Halloween bags?

    • 50%
    • 90%
    • 25%
  • How many of the pumpkins sold are used for Halloween?

    • 99%
    • 34%
    • 75%

What do you think?

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  1. 5 out of 10. That was a fun quiz. I am amazed that American spend so much money on this. When I was young, we carved the jack-o-lantern from swede turnips/rutabagas, which was much harder to hollow out, but it actually looked much scarier than jacks made of pumpkins do. It had a very special smell when you burned a candle inside it too! Oh and by the way, Halloween is not popular in Britain at all, but it is very big here in Ireland, since this is where it originated 🙂

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