What is your favorite Halloween memory?

United States
October 30, 2009 10:46am CST
My favorite is the time my friends and I Trick or Treated the whole neighborhood. Back then I lived in this huge Apartment complex and my frieds and I Knocked on every door1 Plus we went to some of the houses near by too. By the end of the night, we had two shopping bags full of candy! It took all winter to finish it! What is your favorite Halloween memory?
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@jillhill (37384)
• United States
9 Nov 09
WHen I was in high school I had two friends that got killed in a car accident....that Halloween my sister and two of our friends had a seance....what happened that night....well lets just say it's a memory that will stick to me the rest of my life!!!!!!!
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• United States
10 Nov 09
I am so sorry to hear about your friends. I would never ever use a Ouija board or have a seance.I Know there are good spirits out there and bad ones.I don't want to disturb any of them!
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@rodsdman (145)
• United States
30 Oct 09
Mine is similar to yours, except we had to do the whole town to fill up our pillow cases. I was 12 and dressed as a scarecrow. the costume was somewhat confineing to the hands due to the hay hanging out the sleeves. I had a flashlight in one hand and a pillow case in the other, and my best friend and I started out at about 5 and walked the whole town till about 9 or 9:30. we got out most major candy scores at the end of the night becasue they just wanted to get rid of the stuff. My flashlight hand and my feet were killing me when I got home, but when we spread the haul out on the dining room table it all seemed worth it. I think I was still eating from that the following summer. my mom made me ration it.
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• Canada
12 Nov 09
I like the ones that we make every year now, partying at our friend Herb's house. When I moved into my new apartment, I discovered it was a neighbourhood with no kids in it (a university area) so if i wanted to hand out candy, I had to go elsewhere. I always went to Herb's place, and it's now become a tradition. When y husband joined us in Canada, he was added to our tradition.
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• United States
12 Nov 09
Wow no kids! Tha sounds great! I was lucky. When I was a kid there were many homes giving out candy. I had at least 5 good years . When It was time for me to give out candy, I had about 5 good years. I feel I payed it forward. These day very few trick or treat in my neighborhood so if I wanted to give out candy , I would only need about ten pieces! I guess the kids are going to parties instead.