Which mythical creatures apparently have no reflection in a mirror?Vampires.
Which Caribbean nation is the centre of the religion known as Voodoo (Vodou)?Haiti.
Who had a UK top ten hit in 1967 with "From the Underworld"?The Herd.
Which actresses played the title roles in the movie "The Witches of Eastwick"?Cher, Michelle Pfeiffer and Susan Sarandon.
In which English county did the trial take place in 1612 of the Pendle witches?Lancashire.
What was the name of the main character in the "Halloween" series of movies?Michael Myers.
What is the name of the Irish yeasted bread often served at Halloween?Barnbrack.
Halloween is said to be based on the Pagan festival of Samhain, what does Samhain literally mean?Summer's End.
In the Shakespeare play, whose ghost appears to Hamlet?His Father.
Who wrote the book on which the musical "The Phantom of the Opera" is based?Gaston Leroux.
Who topped the UK album chart in 1982 with "The Road to Hell"?Chris Rea.
In the Harry Potter movies what is the name of the ghost, played by John Cleese, that haunts Gryffindor House?Nearly Headless Nick (Nicholas de Mimsy-Porington).
What would you expect a witch to do with her Besom?Ride it, it's her broomstick.
Released in 2014, what is the title of Coldplay's sixth studio album?"Ghost Stories".
Who illustrated the original edition of Roald Dahl's "The Witches"?Quentin Blake.
What were the names of the children in TV's "The Addams Family"?Wednesday and Pugsley.
Snooker star Ray Reardon had what monster nick-name?Dracula.
Who had a 1971 hit with "Witch Queen of New Orleans"?Redbone.
The ghost ship "Marie Celeste" was found floating without her crew in which ocean?Atlantic Ocean.
Mike Oldfield's "Tubular Bells" was used as the theme music to which 1973 horror movie?"The Exorcist".