Top Picks

World's Greatest Halloween Records


The Guinness World Records 2011 book is out now and filled with tons of Halloween-themed achievements. Think you’re a super-quick pumpkin carver? Well, Stephen Clark carved one ton of the orange stuff in 3 hours 33 minutes and 49 seconds. Uh, that’s a lot of pumpkin.
 

Looking for an extended scare? Well, if you find yourself near the Fort Worth, Texas area, you’re in luck. The Cutting Edge Haunted House reclaimed its record for the longest walk through a horror house at 3,590 ft long. Yikes!

If you know 509 people down for dressing up at one given time, you might break the record of the largest Halloween gathering, snagged at an event organized by Wesley Barnes at the Bluebird nightclub in Bloomington, Indiana on Oct. 31, 2009 with 508 attendees.
 

For more ideas of Halloween-inspired records that you could break, be sure to check out Guinness World Records 2011. And remember, while the largest gathering of zombies was 4,026 people and you may nowhere close to breaking that one, you can still have a zombie Halloween bash with your best buds!

Want some Halloween party game ideas based on the popular Guinness World Records? Check these out…

•    See how many apples you can bob for in 1 minute
•    Have a pumpkin carving contest
•    See how many scary movies you can watch in a row
•    Have a costume contest, with prizes for the scariest, most creative, funniest, and so on

CLICK HERE
for more info on the latest book and to vote for your favorite world records.

Which record do you wish you could break? Blog about it, babes.
 

BY KATHLEEN WILCOX ON 10/25/2010 7:00:00 AM

POSTED IN , , , , , ,