Halloween is a night of mischief and laughs, tricks and treats, and disguises galore. Our sister company Simon & Schuster recommends reading these not-so-scary picture books with your kids in the coming weeks to give them a little fright and get them excited for the holiday.
You’re never too old for a good fright. From a group of evil paranormals to an uprising of serial killer clones to a chilling love affair, these new releases from our sister company Simon & Schuster have you covered with these creepy reads this Halloween!
Warm up to these Halloween inspired cocktails!
Witch’s and ghouls and spiders – oh my! It’s time for Halloween! Here are five DIY decoration projects for your outdoor space.
Heavy rain has filled many Western Washington rivers, and forecasters say trick-or-treaters may want to carry an umbrella.
The National Weather Service says Washington is in for a wet week, including Halloween. Forecasters say a warm front will drop heavy rain in places through mid-week, with the chance of minor flooding in places, including the Skokomish River in Mason County.
Seattle has a large and rich history, and with that comes old buildings and the scary things inside of them. With Halloween creeping up, it’s time to visit the most haunted places in Seattle. From graveyards to a few surprises, this is the dark side of Seattle like you’ve never experienced it.
For the best chance at a good scare, visit Seattle’s best haunted graveyards for a little tour with big potential.
Replace door-to-door trick-or-treating with these local, fun alternatives that only require a costume and goody bag.