October Competition - Halloween Crossword

  1. 1. Halloween is an abbreviation of the term for this date in the Christian Calendar.
  2. 4. On Halloween you will receive Good Luck when you encounter this creature.
  3. 8. Author who wrote the mystery novel “Halloween Party”
  4. 9. City of the UK British isles which hosts the largest Halloween party in the world.
  5. 10. Traditional name for broomstick.
  6. 11. Traditional Scottish name for Halloween which is derived from Celtic God Samana.
  7. 14. Traditional name for a pumpkin with a face carved onto it and illuminated by a candle.
  8. 16. Fear of Halloween
  9. 17. Midnight is also referred to as.
  10. 18. Famous ghost of Great Windsor Park who is most often seen riding through the grounds on Halloween.
  11. 20. Cakes baked on Halloween
  12. 22. Three Witches from Shakespeare’s Macbeth were known as.
  13. 24. Fictional character or being meant to scare children.
  1. 2. The film Hocus Pocus was originally given this title.
  2. 3. In the Christian Calendar this day follows Halloween.
  3. 5. Title given to a witch’s cat or toad.
  4. 6. Amercian magician and stuntman died on Halloween in 1926.
  5. 7. If a black cat crosses your path on Halloween you will encounter.
  6. 12. Traditionally you would bob for this fruit on Halloween.
  7. 13. Halloween 2020 will have this lunar phase.
  8. 15. What do Pumpkins grow on, clue - it is not a stalk, tree or bush.
  9. 17. On Halloween night children go round door to door knocking and saying this.
  10. 19. Vegetable traditionally carved before pumpkins to make Jack O Lantern.
  11. 21. Country which celebrates the Day of the Dead.
  12. 23. Old English word meaning Saint.