61 Fun Halloween Trivia Questions And Answers 2


Fun Halloween Trivia Questions And Answers

Halloween is a shortened form of All Hallow’s evening and this popular celebration is said to have its origins in the Celtic people. Halloween is celebrated in many different countries such as Ireland, England, Scotland, and the United States. In the liturgical calendar of the church, this day is dedicated to remembering the dead most especially martyrs and saints.  Try this; When you see a spider during Halloween, what does it signify? These error-free Halloween trivia questions and answers are specially designed to help you discover some interesting facts through questions and answers about the Halloween celebration.  Click on the “Show Answer” to see answers to the questions.

1. What is the name of the country that Halloween originates from?
A. England
B. Ireland
C. The United States

B

2. Can you name the Catholic holiday that Halloween is related to?
A. All saints day
B. Good Friday
C. Ash Wednesday

A

3. According to a belief about Halloween, if you stare into a mirror at midnight on Halloween, you are going to see what?
A. Your father or mother
B. Your future spouse
C. Your brother or sister

B

4. Pumpkin is a major part of the Halloween celebrations, which part of the world did it originate from?
A. United Kingdom
B. Japan
C. Central America

C

5. What is the name of the Celtic festival that Halloween has its origins from?
A. Samhain
B. Haihai
C. Sai wai

A

6. What is the classification of a pumpkin, a fruit or vegetable?
A. Vegetables
B. Forage
C. Fruit

C

7. When you see a spider during Halloween, what does it signify?
A. Unknown spirit
B. Spirit of a loved one
C. Spirit of a demon

B

8. Those who are vein on Halloween day are said to have which ability?
A. Ability to see spirits
B. Ability to fly in the air
C. Ability to become invisible

A

9. A pumpkin can be orange, white, green, and which other color?
A. Brown
B. Blue
C. Purple

B

10. What is the name of the ancient priests that celebrated Halloween?
A. Monks
B. Martial priests
C. Druids

C

11. Hollywood banned which party item during Halloween in 2004?
A. Silly string
B. Face masks
C. Tiny ropes

A

12. In New England, the night before Halloween is called what?
A. Hollow night
B. Shadow night
C. Cabbage night

C

13. The people of Mexico celebrate Halloween by eating what candy?
A. Banana candy
B. Sweet skulls
C. Vampire candy

B

14. In the United States, what is the Halloween rank among other holidays?
A. Second
B. First
C. Third

A

15. What is the fear of Halloween called?
A. Hallowphobia
B. Hallyphobia
C. Samhainophobia

C

16. During the Halloween celebrations, the orange color stands for what?
A. Harvest
B. Mourning
C. Peace

A

17. During Halloween, the black color represents what?
A. Demon
B. Death
C. Devil

B

18. During Halloween, which fruit do people use the word “Bob” for?
A. Orange
B. Watermelon
C. Apple

C

19. The Celtic believed that the season of  Halloween brought what?
A. Peace
B. Demons
C. Death

C

20. Halloween has been around for how many years?
A. 2000 years
B. 6000 years
C. 10,000 years

B

21. It is believed that if a person wears their clothes inside out and then walks backward during Halloween, they would see what at night?
A. Witch
B. Devil
C. Dead loved ones

A

22. What is the estimated amount of money that is spent on Halloween costumes every year?
A. $500 million
B. $1.5 billion
C. $2.4 billion

B

23. What is the value of candies that are sold in the United States for Halloween day?
A. $3.5 billion
B. $4.5 billion
C. $2.5 billion

C

24. How many percent of children under the age of twelve go trick-or-treating on Halloween day?
A. 78%
B. 93%
C. 86%

B

25. What is the most popular candy for trick-or-treaters in the United States?
A. Milk candy
B. Orange flavor candy
C. Chocolate candy

C

26. How many percent of adults dress up for Halloween in the United States?
A. 50%
B. 70%
C. 80%

A

27. The first Halloween card was made in which decade?
A. 1820s
B. 1920s
C. 1720s

B

28. How many percent of Americans decorate their house for Halloween?
A. 86%
B. 76%
C. 66%

A

29. Jack o’ Lanterns originated from which country?
A. England
B. Scotland
C. Ireland

C

30. What is the average amount of candy corn that is made for Halloween each year?
A. Less than 10 million
B. More than 35 million
C. About 20 million

B

31. Why do women look into mirrors while walking downstairs at midnight on Halloween?
A. To see their boyfriend
B. To see their mother
C. To see their father

A

32. Where is the longest Haunted house in the world located?
A. Ireland
B. England
C. United States

C

33. There is only one holiday that ranks more than Halloween in sales, and it is?
A. Christmas day
B. New year
C. Valentine day

A

34. What is the most famous vegetable that is used the night before Halloween?
A. Pumpkin
B. Cabbage
C. Ginger

B

35. Which year was Trick or Treat for UNICEF founded?
A. 1950
B. 1960
C. 1940

A

36. Black cats are associated with Halloween?
A. Goodluck
B. Demons
C. Witchcraft

C

37. What was the original name of candy corn?
A. Bird feed
B. Chicken feed
C. Goat feed

B

38. Scottish women hanged in front of fires to see their future husband?
A. Wet sheet
B. Mirror
C. Wet leaves

A

39. The reason why people dress up in Halloween costumes was to?
A. Attract spirits
B. Bond with spirits
C. Repel spirits

C

40. What is the name of the president whose wife first decorated the White House for Halloween?
A. President Eisenhower
B. President Lincoln
C. President Adams

A

41. What is the name of the famous magician that died during Halloween day?
A. Harry Houdini
B. None have died
C. Harry Potter

A

42. The first city-wide Halloween celebration in the United States was in?
A. New York City, New York.
B. Las Vegas
C. Anoka, Minnesota

C

43. Which fruit peels do some women throw behind them during the Halloween celebrations?
A. Orange
B. Apple
C. Pumpkin

B

44. Why do some women throw apple peels behind them during Halloween?
A. To see their husbands name
B. To see their parents name
C. To see their children names

A

45. The Celtic people will put out food and treats to pacify which people?
A. Demons
B. Spirits
C. The devil

B

46. What is the name of the ancient Roman goddess said to be honored on Halloween?
A. Daina
B. Celine
C. Pomona

C

47. What was used for jack o’lanterns during the Halloween celebrations?
A. Pumpkin
B. Apples
C. Watermelon

A

48. What was used to make jack o’lanterns in the past other than pumpkins?
A. Watermelon
B. Cabbage
C. Potatoes and turnips

C

49. In England, what is used to make jack o’lanterns as an alternative to pumpkin?
A. Large apples
B. Large beets
C. Large oranges

B

50. What is the number of calories that are in an average trick-or-treater’s Halloween stash?
A. 11,000
B. 20,000
C. 5000

A

51. What was the original spelling of Halloween?
A. Allhallows
B. Hallo’en
C. Hallowe’en

C

52. Name two countries that popularized Halloween costumes for trick-or-treating?
A. England and Ireland
B. Scotland and Ireland
C. Scotland and England

B

53. What is the number of candies that the average house gives to each trick-or-treater?
A. 2 pieces
B. 3 pieces
C. 5 pieces

A

54. How many percent of kids prefer gum as a treat instead of candy?
A. 40%
B. 30%
C. 10%

C

55. The man who Jack O’Lanterns was named after was?
A. Stingy
B. Wicked
C. Kind

A

56. According to a legend, Jack tricked who many times?
A. A witch
B. The devil
C. A god

B

57. The following is another name for Halloween except?
A. Lambswool
B. Snap-Apple Night
C. Pumpkin eve

C

58. Which city in the US holds the record for the most Jack O’Lanterns lit at once?
A. New York City
B. Boston
C. Las Vegas

B

59. Bonfires are lit during Halloween to ensure that what returns?
A. The sun
B. Witches
C. Demons

A

60. What did California ban in an attempt to reduce crime during Halloween?
A. Mask
B. Fake gun
C. Pumpkins

A

61. What do family members put in the portrait of their loved ones during Halloween?
A. Orange rope
B. Flowers
C. Food and water

C

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