- Holidays and Celebrations
Design A Spooky Scavenger Halloween Hunt
Create Your own Halloween Scavenger Hunt!
Teams of 2-4 people have until the stroke of midnight to cleverly maneuver through "All Hallows Eve", take photos and gather items from the realm just beyond our world to prove their worthiness as the master of the macabre.
What your guests will need to begin their quest-
Trick or Treat Bag
Treasure and scavenger hunts aren't merely for children's parties; adult community organizations use them for fund-raisers and just for fun. Burgett has suggestions for kids and teens, but his focus is really on adult playtime. He's aware of the many drawbacks and potential hazards to scavenger hunts and provides solutions. He also gives advice on the celebrations that often accompany hunts and also suggests how to handle invitations, food, and, of course, the hunt itself.
Halloween Scavenger Hunt ; Photographic Evidence List - Challenge 1
Pair up in teams of 2-4 people and bring back to the group photo evidence of the following items:
- A gravestone with the death date of October 31st of any year!
- A haunted looking House
- A mummy roaming the streets, in costume
- A picture of a casket from a funeral home
- A picture of a black cat
- Photo of the most outrageous costume at the costume store.
Buy, Borrow or Find The Following Items - Challenge 2
Staying with your team go find these trinkets...
- Black Lipstick or Nail Polish
- A Living Spider
- A business card of a mortician or funeral home director
- A broken mirror
- The biggest pumpkin you can find
The Witching Hour
You must trick or treat at 10 houses before midnight.
At the witching hour all contestants must bring back their booty. Points are give for each item collected and in the case of a tie the group who finished first will win!