Halloween Shenanigans

Halloween Shenanigans

Megan Pierret, Staff Writer

Halloween can be traced back many thousands to a festival called Samhain. This was a celebration for the souls of the dead to return back to their homes by dressing up in costumes and lighting bonfires. Over time, this has become a way for   This year, Halloween is on a Sunday, and for most people that means that they will have a curfew limiting what they can do. So what are some things that we can do to celebrate this year?

While going around the school asking for opinions on this, everyone had different ideas. Most people decided that they have come to the age where trick or treating may not be as entertaining or fun as it once was. Senior Skylar Eymann, “On Halloween, I am going to see a scary movie with my girlfriend, and after we are going to scare children.” The majority of people are going to go out with their friends, but the idea of going around scaring kids throughout your neighborhoods has been done for a while. Many people will sit on their porches dressed as a character handing out candy while scaring the kids.

But maybe you are looking to get out of the house, which would make a haunted house a perfect idea. There are many different haunted houses throughout Colorado such as Frightmare, the Thirteenth Floor, Terror in the corn, etc. which have all been given

Maybe haunted houses aren’t something that you are interested in…so instead, invite some friends over and watch a scary movie. In 2020, the movie His House was released and is now rated the number one scary movie on Netflix right now. Senior Luke Busot says, “My favorite Halloween movie would have to be Hereditary because it isn’t like any other Halloween movie.” From scary movies to haunted houses, although Halloween is on a Sunday there are endless possibilities to make it lots of fun.