Thursday, October 10, 2013

"Creepy Conversations" Halloween Game

In addition to the Halloween  "Guess What's Gross" game I made for a party back in 2010, I made another game too.  I completely forgot about it until I was looking through old photos.  This game was easier to make and probably more fun.  We had some amusing and interesting conversations as a result.

To make it, I just got a big jar and created the "Creepy Conversations" label for the front.  Inside were typed questions on little sheets of paper.  The questions ranged from silly, to morbid, to serious.  To play the game, I picked questions from the jar and read them aloud.  Then we went around the room taking turns answering.  I can't remember all of the questions, but some of them were:

"When were you most scared?  What happened?"
"If you could have one superpower, what would it be and why?"
"Do you believe in ghosts or the afterlife?" 
"Have you, or someone who know, ever seen a ghost?  If so, tell us the story."
"What was your favorite Halloween costume as a kid?"
"Would you rather have spiders crawling all over you, or mice?"
"What is your biggest fear in life?"
"Would you rather spend the night alone in a morgue or a cemetery?"
"Do you like scary movies?  If so, what's your favorite?"
" A la horror movie death scenes . . . what would be your least favorite way to die?"
"Would you rather be attacked with an ax or a chainsaw?"
"Would you rather have no fingers or no teeth?"
"What's your favorite Halloween candy?"

As I said, some questions were kind of silly but others were really morbid or serious.  Anyway, it was a fun party game.  And a good one if you're worried about lulls in conversation.

I didn't do any other games, but did have a costume contest with prizes.  I made this little sign and typed-up ballots . . .

I had no intention of having a Halloween party this year.  That is, until I started writing these last two posts.  That inspired me.  Now I'm all gung ho about it.  I don't have time to put together a big shindig, so I just invited a couple girlfriends over for a "Witches Dinner".  More on that later.  I'm still working on it.


  1. G'day, I love this idea and am going to add it to my Trick or Treat with Unicorns Town event. A great way to keep the Adults entertained and feel part of Halloween. Thank YOu