Funny Halloween Stories
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Collection of Short Halloween Stories
Bad Segeberg, Hamburg - Germany
Passengers on a train thought that a Halloween reveller, who was dressed up as zombie, was actually a murder victim. They were alarmed because his hands and face were smeared with what looked like blood. Because they suspected foul play, fellow passengers on the train called the police and also alerted the ambulance service.
When paramedics arrived they soon realized that the 24-year old man was in a drunken slumber rather than dead. A little later the police boarded the train, questioned man and asked him to remove his frightening make-up. He was then allowed him to continue his train journey home.
An official police spokeswoman said:
'Bad Segeberg is in a rural area and Halloween isn't very well known there; so people weren't expecting anyone to be dressed up in the train.'
An un-attributed acquaintance said:
In October 2008 there was an advertisement on the M-36, east of Lemen Road which declares:
Go to Hell
Fire-fighters' Halloween Story
All outdoor burning is prohibited in the City except for those parcels described in ordinance. Recreational fires are allowed, but not during the hours of 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.
At 8.00pm on October 31st two fire-fighters could see a fire raging in the back yard. I was clearly in breach of the rule on burning leaves after dark. One of the fireman knocked on the door, and they both waited each holding their helmet in their hand. The little old woman opened the door and promptly dropping a bar of candy into each helmet. She then told them, 'Aren't you boys are a little old for trick and treat, and closed the door'. The fire-fighters left open mouthed.
Tall Tale from Vienna Graveyard
Chris Cross, a tourist in Vienna, is going passed Vienna's Zentralfriedhof graveyard on October 31st. All of a sudden he hears some music. No one is around, so he starts searching for the source. Chris finally locates the origin and finds it is coming from a grave with a headstone that reads: Ludwig van Beethoven, 1770-1827. Then he realizes that the music is the Ninth Symphony and it is being played backward! Puzzled, he leaves the graveyard and persuades Tim Burr, a friend, to return with him.
By the time they arrive back at the grave, the music has changed. This time it is the Seventh Symphony, but like the previous piece, it is being played backward. Curious, the men agree to consult a music scholar. When they return with the expert, the Fifth Symphony is playing, again backward. The expert notices that the symphonies are being played in the reverse order in which they were composed, the 9th, then the 7th, then the 5th. By the next day the word has spread and a throng has gathered around the grave. They are all listening to the Second Symphony being played backward.
Just then the graveyard's caretaker ambles up to the group. Someone in the crowd asks him if he has an explanation for the music.
"Oh, it's nothing to worry about" says the caretaker. "He's just decomposing!"
Out in the Andromeda galaxy is a newly discovered comet. The C/2007 L1 is one of the most unusual structures that astronomers have ever seen.
On October 31st, 2007, astro-photographer Pedro Torres of Puebla, Mexico, took a close-up picture of the comet's core. Pedro used a combination of two 120-second exposures obtained using a 30-cm reflector, a Sigma 6303 CCD camera, and a blue filter.
The photograph was taken at a perihelion distance of 1.07 AU. What it reveals is startling new structure in the center of comet C/2007 L1. The whole of the coma is very brilliant and unusually, the nucleus containing two extra bright eyes. The comet's tail was not curved thus producing a circular effect.
Pedro has applied to the International Astronomical Union (IAU) for the official name of comet C/2007 L1 to be called 'Halloween'. See picture to the right:-
More Research on the Halloween Aliens:
Guy is an amateur astronomer, he focused his ancient 'Corgi' telescope on the Andromeda galaxy. This is what he saw when zooming in on Comet C/2007 L1, and switched from medium to high magnification:-
Funny Halloween Short Tale
Nora Bone was delivering a new plastic skeleton to the doctor's office. As she waited at the main desk Nora was aware that the waiting room full of patients was staring at her. So she smiled and said," I am bringing him in to doctor Henderson."
An old lady said sympathetically, "My dear! Isn't it a bit late for the doctor?"
Funny Halloween Story - Stanley Spitfire
Daredevil pup Stanley attracts more than a few stares when he goes for a 'walk' in his miniature Spitfire. Passers-by might think the four month old wire-haired fox terrier is crazy, but he loves donning his flying hat, goggles and jacket for a spin reports the Metro.
Owners Phil and Sharon Cook, both in their 40s, mocked up the miniature plane for a Halloween party, but Stanley enjoyed it so much that they can be seen trundling around the streets near their home in Leigh, Essex. Mrs Cook added, 'Stanley loves it. We decided to go for a Spitfire as a nod towards Remembrance Day. He is content to sit in the cockpit and watch the world go by.'
The plane is made from an old holdall attached to a skateboard, while Stanley's flying hat is fashioned from an old cuddly toy.
On 1st of November a motorist called Sutton Council in Surrey England to ask if a car park was haunted. She thought her vehicle was in a different place from where she left it the previous evening.
October 31st 2007 - Sussex County, New Jersey, USA. A bear tried his version of 'trick or treat'. Detectives discovered an abandoned van in Vernon; it contained paw prints, black bear hair, and the crucial evidence - Tootsie candy wrappers. In a television interview, police said that the bear broke into a van because it was attracted by the Halloween candy. Police believe the bear nudged the hand brake, causing the vehicle to roll down the street. Fortunately, the van stopped after 20 yards when it gently hit the curb.
A police lieutenant said: 'Our patrolman followed the trail of candy wrappers into the Wawayanda woods, but the suspect got away'.
What people outside America may not realise is that Vernon, New Jersey is on the edge of the Wawayanda State Park. Moreover, there are so many black bears in the park that in 2005 they had to have an organised bear hunt to reduce their numbers from an estimated 3,000 bears.
Will and Guy have created the following re-construction of the bear's get-away following his 'trick or treat':
A True Scary Tale
John Stafford, 54, of Scarborough, Yorkshire, England suffers from debilitating arachnophobia Will and Guy have discovered. We have learned that he is so scared of spiders that he is forced to stay indoors on Halloween.
He claims the condition is so bad that his doctor has told him even fake rubber spiders displayed in shop windows could give him a fatal heart attack. Describing his reaction when he sees a spider, he said, 'I stop breathing and pass out, it's just terrifying.' Mr Stafford added that he had tried everything from hypnosis to pills to cure his lifelong fear, but without success.
His wife Maria, 44, described the moment she feared for her husband's life after he saw some spiders in a shop window display, saying he passed out and slumped against her before she was able to bring him round. She added, 'I've known my husband since I was four years old and I don't want to bury him now.'
This young fellow,
... is about to ride the escalator into the dark at the top where he may find
These partying ladies.
The flying witch appears on the pupils' sports kit and uniforms of Warboys Community Primary School and has been used for the last 60 years. However, Will and Guy have discovered that some pupils and even some teachers have avoided the school because of this 'scary' logo. Opinions in the village are running high and over 1000 signatures have been obtained on a petition to keep the historic emblem.
The historical background to the witch motif is that Warboys is the last recorded place in England where witches were hanged. Apparently Alice Samuels, her husband John and her daughter Agnes were executed in 1593 after being accused by a 10-year-old girl, her four sisters and servants of causing them to have fits.
A spokesperson has stated, 'Witchcraft and Hallowe'en does not form part of the school curriculum and is something schools go out of their way to avoid. The school is aware that some parents choose not to send their children to Warboys and cite the witch as one of the reasons why.'
Martin Kelsey, the head teacher responsible for improving standards at the school, admitted, 'From the villagers' point of view, it's an emotive issue, because they are very, very proud of their history.'
However, we have learned that the school governors seem determined to get rid of the logo as part of measures to give it a 'fresh start' after poor inspection reports.
There was once a little girl who was very wilful and who never obeyed when her elders spoke to her - so how could she be happy?
One day she said to her parents, 'I have heard so much of the old witch that I will go and see her. People say she is a wonderful old woman, and has many marvellous things in her house, and I am very curious to see them.'
But her parents forbade her going, saying, 'The witch is a wicked old woman, who performs many godless deeds - and if you go near her, you are no longer a child of ours.'
The girl, however, would not turn back at her parents' command, but went to the witch's house. When she arrived there the old woman asked her:
'Why are you so pale?'
'And what did you see?' inquired the old witch.
'Then I saw a gray man.'
'After him I saw a blood-red man.'
'But, oh, I was most terrified,' continued the girl, 'when I peeped through your window, and saw not you, but a creature with a fiery head.'
'Then you have seen the witch in her proper dress,' said the old woman. 'For you I have long waited, and now you shall give me light.'
So saying the witch changed the little girl into a block of wood, and then threw it on the fire. When it was fully alight, she sat down on the hearth and warmed herself, saying:
'How good I feel! The fire has not burned like this for a long time!'
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