For the past three years Jimmy Kimmel challenged parents to pretend they ate all their kids’ Halloween Candy, this year they got more videos than ever before. they sifted through more than a thousand and whittled it down to our favorites.
Bill Michaels, a radio personality in Davenport, Iowa, decided to conduct a little Halloween experiment. Instead of answering his front door for each and every trick-or-treater, he set an 'honor bowl' full of candy on his front porch with a sign that read: "Take One, Please.”
Finding the best places to trick-or-treat is serious business for kids all across the United States. And now, thanks to the people at Zillow, locating the most Halloween friendly cities in America is a little easier with the recent release of their fourth annual trick-or-treat index ranking the 20 best cities for collecting the most ghoulish loot.