With these decorating ideas, you can decorate your dorm for Halloween on a shoe string budget. If you just use your imagination and follow these suggestions, you can transform your dorm into a Halloween landscape without costing a fortune.
People of different groups can get fun from creating and sharing the compelling Halloween quizzes. There are some useful tips for you to maximize the utilities of the quiz creation in Halloween.
Don’t buy expensive table cloths when you can turn an old black sheet or a white one with red food coloring blood splatters in to spooky table covering for you Halloween party food table.
Don’t forget to have a scary story telling time as well. Ask one of your guests or friends to tell a story to the kids at the party. Avoid making the story too scary though.
Another popular choice is systems that allow you to add music to the system. This makes it easy to allow your doorbell to play your favorite song, Christmas carols, halloween or other music. It also can allow people to be able to play their college fight song or even give messages that they record or have recorded. This is probably giving you some ideas on what you or someone else could choose for their doorbell.
Purple People Eaters – Sheb Wooley: A novelty song from 1958 that has stood the test of time for over fifty years now. It actually reached #1 on the Billboard charts and is a favorite every Halloween. The song was inspired by the child of a friend of the singer/songwriter, Sheb Wooley. It’s about how a strange monster, described as a “one-eyed, one-horned flying purple people eater”, descends to earth because it wants to be in a rock ‘n’ roll band. The music video is definitely dated, but certainly not this classic Halloween song.
For the kids, I would recommend the soundtracks to both the animated “Scooby-Doo! and the Witch’s Ghost” and the live-action “Scooby-Doo.” The former has snappy tunes like “Hex Girl,” “It’s a Mystery,” and “Terror Time.” The latter has the toe-tapping “Freaks Come Out at Night,” “Bump in the Night,” “Man with the Hex,” and MXPX’s remake of the original Scooby-Doo theme song.