Classic Homemade Halloween Treats

Bruno on Facebook had a hankering for the homemade Halloween eats and wanted to hear about them. I hope they don’t make you hungry. Did you know that Longfellow ruminated on the deceased? He did. My Twitter handle is @HalloweenHaunt. Find more at

Foodal has a comprehensive look at Halloween treating. Find out about peanut brittle from Hear past Halloween Haunt discussions about Halloween treats at


“Moonlight Hall” by Kevin Macleod (

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Tips for Safer Trick-or-Treating

Make sure your special night is scary for the right reasons. Join the Halloween Haunt on Facebook and Twitter has lots of creepy Halloween and Halloweenesque information. And all of the episodes of the Halloween Haunt.

NBC News, of all places, has more about trick-or-treat safety. So does the American Red Cross.

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“Pumpkin Jack” by Sam Haynes from “Halloween 2017 – Pumpkin On Your Stereo – Electro Haunt Music – EDM Halloween Music

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Top Halloween Candy 2017

What’s your favorite? You may be surprised about others’ favorites. Join the Halloween Haunt on Facebook and on Twitter @HalloweenHaunt. More Halloween treats can be found at

Look for your state on Influenster. I don’t want to spoil the results, so I’ll just tell you that I found info on the candies on Wikipedia. Mental Floss has tidbits about Kit Kat.

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Music includes:

“Nevermore” by Sam Haynes from “Something Wicked–Halloween and Horror Music for Halloween 2016”

“Tea Roots,” “Tenebrous Brothers Carnival – Act One,” and “Waltz of the Carnies,” “The Builder,” by Kevin Macleod (

Music by Kevin MacLeod (
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Ben Cooper Costumes

Bruno suggested this on Facebook. So many have worn them; if you’re not familiar, you really should google them and look at pictures. You can suggest an episode there or at Or on Twitter @HalloweenHaunt,  or even Google+.

Slate has a good overview of Ben Cooper’s effect on Halloween, and Wikipedia has a lot of history.


“One-Eyed Maestro,” “Amazing Plan–Distressed” and “Waltz of the Carnies” by Kevin Macleod (

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Trick or Treat Time

We revisit a favorite topic. It could be argued that trick-or-treating is one reason Halloween is what it is today. If you scroll nearly all the way down at you’ll find the original trick-or-treat episode, along with nearly all the existing episodes . Please put the program in one of your Google+ circles, follow me on Twitter @HalloweenHaunt, and please “like” our Facebook page. goes over the…history of trick-or-treating quite nicely, as does Wikipedia


“Sneaky Snitch” by Kevin Macleod (

“Witching Hour” by Sam Haynes from the album “Welcome to the Horror Show”

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Random Halloween Treat Facts

Yummy, yummy in my tummy. What are the most popular Halloween treats? Let’s take a big bite into your favorites and find out all about them. Let us know your favorite Halloween treats at Full shownotes there, too.

Take a bigger bite:

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More on the number 5 treat.

Bet you didn’t know all of this about the number 4 delicacy.

Number 3 is many people’s favorite. But it’s still number 3.

Number 2 makes me laugh. Oops, no hints.

You can eat heaps of the treat at the top of the heap. But brush your teeth….

Background music:

“If You Only Knew Part I” by Twilight Productions (from

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Trick or Treat

Why do kids around America, and in some other places in the world now, go around neighborhoods threatening a trick if they don’t get a treat? The answer lies within…the Halloween Haunt.

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