Q. What do baby ghosts wear on Halloween?
A. White Pillowcases.
Q. Why wasn’t there any food left after the monster party?
A. Because everyone was a goblin!
Q. What is a mummy’s favourite type of music?
A. Rap music.
Q. Where do baby ghosts go when their mom goes to work?
A. A scare centre!
Q. What do you call a skeleton that lies on its grave?
A. Lazy bones!
Q. Who did Dracula bring to the prom?
A. His ghoul friend.
Q. What did the mummy ghost say to the noisy young ghost who kept interrupting?
A. “Spook when you’re spooken to.”
Q. What is the problem with two twin witches?
A. You never know which witch is which!
Q. What do you call a witch who likes the beach but is scared of the water?
A. A chicken sand witch.
Q. What kind of TV do you find inside a haunted house?
A. A wide scream TV.
Q. Why is it hard for a ghost to tell a lie?
A. Because you can see right through him.
Q. Why couldn’t the skeleton cross the road?
A. Because he didn’t have the guts.
Q. What do ghosts serve for dessert?
A. I scream.
Q. Why didn’t the skeleton want to go to the dance?
A. Because he had no body to go with.
Q. Why do witches fly around on broomsticks?
A. Because vacuum cleaners are too heavy!
Q. Why don’t skeletons play music in church?
A. They have no organs.
Q. What do you call two witches who share a broom?
A. Broom mates.
Q. Why can’t you tell a skeleton a secret?
A. Because it goes in one ear and out the other.
Q. What kind of streets do zombies live on?
Q. How do you make a skeleton laugh?
A. Tickle its funnybone!
Q. What do you read on Halloween?
Q. What time is it when you see costumes, a house, candy and hear trick-or-treat?
Q. What’s a vampire’s favourite part of the guitar?
A. The neck.