These are wonderful places to log on to find fun things to do for Halloween.
View fright movies online! Get spine tingling chills while watching horror classics including Night of the Living Dead, The Crawling Hand and The Hitch-Hiker at MyEmbarq.com/video and Hulu.com/channels/ Horror-and-Suspense.
Read spooky stories!Enjoy suspenseful tales and scary ghosts, witches and monsters at American Folklore.net/Halloween.html or treat younger kids to less eerie Halloween themed stories at Apples4theTeacher.com/holidays/Halloween/kids-short-stories
Take a peek at pets in their costumes!See dressed up dogs at i-Pets.com/dog_costumes.html and Dogs.about.com/od/funphotos/ig/Halloween-Costumes. Find felines in their finest at i-Pets.com/cat_costumes.html and Cats.about.com/od/catpictures/ig/Halloween-Cats.
Create creepy snacks! Find coffin cake, Jack –O –Lantern Pizza, Vampire Blood Pudding and other easy to make holiday themed recipes at Halloween-Online.com/recipes/index.html
Play some ghoulish games! Print out lots of Halloween crosswords puzzles and word searches from HalloweenGames101.com
Give greetings that do good! Every time you send two free personalized Halloween e-cards from Care2(Care2.com/send/cathallow1.html) the site corporate sponsors will a donation to help save one square foot of rain forest.
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