We’re in the middle of Halloween Week on this show, so it’s only fair to put all of us in the middle…of a dangerous predicament…a group Shock Collar Question!
Alexis: There’s an old superstition that says if you wear your clothes inside out & walk backwards on Halloween, you’ll see WHAT at midnight? A witch, a ghost, or your future husband?
Brooke: In medieval folklore there was a belief that seeing a certain type of animal on Halloween was an ominous sign. If you saw it 3 times in one night, it meant you were going to die OR if it flew inside your home it meant ghosts let it in, so your place was haunted. Is it a bat? A crow? Or an owl?
Jose: There’s an old tradition where young women would throw a certain food item over their shoulder on Halloween. They believed the way it landed on the ground would form the first letter of their future husband’s name. What item did they throw? Was it pumpkin seeds? Potato skins? or Apple peels?
Jeff: In the dark ages, elderly solitary women were accused of Witchcraft. Especially if they had something called their “familiars” nearby. What was their familiar? Is it a broom, a cauldron or their pet black cats?