We all remember going to that one house on the block and not only being tricked of a treat but going home with a bag full of pennies, apples, or even a tube of toothpaste from your family dentist. Now you have the option to pick which out of the two evils you would rather go home with. Choose wisely!
Tour the country visiting some terrifying real life haunted houses. These spots all have mysterious and dark histories, which lead to a lot of unexplained activity. Decide for yourself if these are truly the most haunted houses in the United States.
If channeling your inner pop diva is a look you want to create this Halloween, Nicki Minaj is your best bet. The singer rocks neons and wigs like nobody’s business so dig through your closet for the brightest colors you have before taking a trip to the mall.
What horrible tragedies happened in Seattle that have ghost hunters and paranormal fanatics coming to visit? Find out when you take one of these walking tours around the buildings of downtown Seattle. Get ready to get scared!
Want to celebrate Halloween with the symphony, the ballet or a bewitching evening at the theater? Check out these Seattle events that will help you get your haunt on for Halloween.
The kids have had their fill, and there’s still lots of candy left over! What do you do? Here are a couple of sweet places where you can donate your extra treats.
Enjoy the holiday with the kiddos while scoring points for finding these awesome costumed options. Check out these kid-friendly Halloween events, all before Halloween day, allowing kids to wear their costumes multiple times. Go over the list with the kids, pick a few, have them mark them on the calendar, instantly avoiding the constant “when do I get to wear my costume?!” inquiries.
Step away from the prepackaged Halloween costumes in a box. Get a bit creative and find some inspiration from today’s pop culture. Here are a few great costume ideas to get your Halloween creativity going.
If you are seeking the spookier side of Seattle nightlife and places that actually go bump in the night, pay a visit to any one of these reportedly haunted Seattle bars.
The Paramount Theatre is proud to present the return of WICKED to Seattle from Wednesday, October 10 through Saturday, November 17. Each day of the performance, there will be a lottery for a limited number or orchestra seats to see the show! Here’s how to enter.