With Halloween a few weeks away it’s time to take a look at some ‘fright night’ entertainment options.
‘Memory’ bands are this year’s ‘must have’ for lots of kids and it’s hardly surprising to find plenty of Halloween sets appearing.
Colouring kits come in many shapes and sizes. Shrinky Dinks make easy to complete display kits on lots of different themes, including this Halloween tree.
There’s a remarkable choice of spooky, and sometimes gruesome, Halloween props available from stores. Spiderwebs are a good option, as they can be put out when the kids are around and fit into adults’ Halloween games and parties equally well.
One the kids have gone to bed it’s maybe time for something a bit more bloodthirsty. To set the mood, older teenagers and adults can switch the labels on their wine or beer bottles with Halloween stickers.
All Flesh Must Be Eaten is a Halloween favourite for Tabletop RPG players. Give and expect to receive no mercy in a world full of hungry zombies.