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Scary Websites for Halloween

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.Even If You Celebrate Halloween Every Day!

There are so many website with Halloween themes, that you are sure of finding something to suit your taste and interests. Here are some that will appeal to all age groups. If you are planning an event, there are plenty of ideas here. If you are staying in, don’t miss out on the fun – you can “virtually” have a great Halloween night!


“Your portal to the best in online horror!” There are currently 528 links to follow for both adults and kids. Categories include arts and literature, fun-n-games, just 4 kids, shopping, and “the mind” (fortunetelling and nightmares.) May need some updating, but a good general source.


With a countdown until Halloween window, this site has a great selection of how-tos from decor to creating special effects. There are some great ideas from diehard party givers. It also has links for clip art for invitations, e-cards, and music websites.


This website has a downloadable catalog, and you can get digital downloads from their “Sounds of Gore” CD. You can buy a gift certificate for that hard-to-buy-for friend, and sign-up for their newsletter as well.


Featuring ghost legends, “true” ghost stories, urban legends, and other horror stores, this is a good site for ideas for spooky parties and events. This site claims to be the “scariest site on the web.” What do you think?


This site has a variety of news items and links. It also has shopping suggestions and info on scary videos, movies, and film festivals. This is a good place to start your


By its own definition, this website is “a social network for the haunted attraction industry where vendors, conventions, haunt owners, actors, home haunter, Halloween enthusiasts can communicate.” This has blog posts and links to chat rooms.


The Bone Garden is a virtual haunted house. The website also offers unique ecards. A nicely done and entertaining website.

Caryn’s Haunted Playhouse for Halloween is one of several holiday-themed sites she offers. She also owns the Horror Webring. Lots of links and party planning ideas, recipes, clip-art, and stories are featured.

And in case you get a case of wanderlust, jump in your vehicle and check out the haunted houses and attractions on this website: http://www.americahaunts.com/

There are a vast number of websites you can visit. The above ones should get you started. As you find links to more, remember to take time off to enjoy October 31st!



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