Ghosts, goblins, and ghouls — oh my! As cooler fall weather creeps up on us, so does the spectral Halloween holiday. And what better way to celebrate than by scaring the pants off your friends, family, and neighborhood trick-or-treaters?
It may not be the first place you'd think to look for spooky supplies, but your kitchen can be a wealth of resources for hosting a DIY haunted house. Need some bloody brain matter? Check the fridge. Want to scare the kiddies with some wicked witchy makeup? Fear not, your cabinet could be brimming with just the right tools.
There are many elements to consider when revamping your abode into a house of horrors. While you're decorating, crafting costumes, and plotting hair-raising haunts, stay focused on establishing a full sensory overload. Keeping your guests in the dark with nothing more than a strobe light and some meandering fog to guide the way will create the ideal eerie ambiance. The sensation of a cool, ghostly breeze will send chills down their spines. And the sounds of chains scraping the floor or crunchy critters underfoot will have your guests running for the exit in no time.
For more spooky tricks and treats, visit The Daily Meal’s Guide to Halloween!