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Atomic Apple Bobbing
There are two ways to play this game depending on how much you want to share face space with the people you’re hanging with!
Option 1: Grab a tub and fill with water. Get a selection of miniatures (or get your guests to provide them as an entry toll) and drop them in the water. Take it in turns to bob and drink.
Option 2: Grab a tub fill with alcoholic punch drop in apples that have numbers on them. The person has to drink as many shots as their boozy apple tells them to!
Poison Pumpkin Hunt
This is one for outside. Grab your mates and head outdoors where you will have already hidden little pumpkins. Set a time and race to find them – whoevers empty handed at the end of the game takes a forfeit shot or three… Continue Reading
GLOBAL HALLOWEEN EVENTS Where: Porthleven, Cornwall, UK When: Sat 26th October, 2013 What: The Masked Ball The Masked Ball is the biggest Halloween event in the UK. A biannual event for only the ‘finest partygoers’ the event hosts internationally renowned DJ’s and live bands and has
I am a horror story fanatic. Give me a book filled with scares, a thunderstorm outside, and I’m in paradise. There’s something about a plot that can pull you in and make you face your deeper fears. A great story is an exaggeration of life and great horror is the exaggeration of death. Authors
Throughout September 2013 the town of Northampton in England was invaded by a mystery clown modelled on Pennywise the creepy character from Stephen King’s bestselling novel It. Captured in a range of disturbing grainy photographs, frightened residents reported the clandestine clown lurking stony
Ever since Bram Stoker started his classic novel Dracula, he put the world of the vampire directly in the hands of men. His count was a wealthy aristocrat, one from an exotic location with powers beyond anything society could imagine. The women of Stoker’s world existed at the whim of men and
Father Gabriele Amorth, chief exorcist of the Catholic Church and head of the International Association of Exorcists, will be calling for open approval from Pope Francis for all priests to perform exorcisms, ending the need to request special permission based on individual criteria. Amorth’s