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5 Interesting Scavenger Hunt Variations For Halloween

Updated on November 9, 2017

Halloween Scavenger Hunt Riddle Topics

  • October 31st Headstone

  • A Black Cat Decoration

  • 13 Different Halloween Candies

  • Spider Web Photograph

  • Candy Corn

October 31st Headstone

The final day of the tenth month is by far the spookiest day of the year. And the spookiest place is where the dead are laid to rest until the end of time. Do you dare to visit the graveyard in the dark of night? In order to check this item off of your list, you will need to come back with a picture of a headstone with either a date of birth or date of death that falls on Halloween.

A Black Cat Decoration

You'll want to be sure to avoid all signs of bad luck this Halloween but for this item, you'll have no choice but to test fate. A black cat will have to cross your path to complete the next item. Bring back a picture of a black cat decoration if you are willing to risk years of bad luck. Bonus points if you bring back a picture of a real black cat!

13 Different Halloween Candies

The number 13 has always been considered unlucky but it certainly won't be this Halloween if you are able to cross this item off of your list. No Halloween is complete without a sack full of candy and you'll need to find 13 different varieties in order to get full credit. Be sure to share at the end of the night!

Spider Web Photograph

Be sure not to get caught in the web when finding the next item on your list. No Halloween is complete without a spooky spider web. Put your photography skills to the test and bring back the best possible photo of a spider web. The judges will decide which one is the best and give out points accordingly. Preference goes to those who get a shot of the web with its creator still hard at work!

Candy Corn

You won't find this sweet Halloween treat growing in the fields so don't get confused. Some love it and some hate it but in order to cross this item off the list, you'll need to bring back a whole bag of the stuff. The candy corn can be shared with friends when the scavenger hunt is over!

If you are able to solve all of these riddle me clues you'll get a prize that will make you the envy of all of your friends. I'll give you a's more candy!

Happy Halloween!

© 2017 Sudhir Singh


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