Halloween is just a bunch of hocus pocus.

Don't reinvent the wheel. Many great writers have taken on the subject of Halloween. Try their musings.

1.) Use a Halloween Quote

2.) Try a Halloween Joke

What do you call the ghost of a door-to-door salesman?

Who doesn't enjoy a good laugh? It's a great way to relieve tensions.

A Dead Ringer

3.) Riddles: Challenging Fun

What's the Problem With Witches?

Keep your kids guessing with some thought-provoking riddles.

You never know which witch is which.

4.) Puns: A Favorite With Kids

I Don't Need Nobody!

Yes, some folks call puns the lowest form of humor, but we'll do lots for a laugh — or a groan! We can handle the boos.

Signed,  The Skeleton

5.) Facebook Greetings

Try some fun and spooky messages to accompany photos of your kids in costumes.

Have a Boo-tiful Halloween!

6.) Instagram Captions

A clever Halloween caption can make your cute Halloween photo stand out from the crowd. As they say, give 'em pumpkin to talk about.

Disguise da Limit!

7.) What Would Shakespeare Say?

With The Bard on your side, your Halloween messaging becomes distinguished.

"Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn and cauldron bubble." (Macbeth)

8.) Add Some Trick-or-Treat Trivia

Fun for all!

From pointed end to base, what are the three colors of candy corn?

A. White, Orange, and Yellow.

9.) Cheers to Halloween Toasts

Bring a good Halloween toast to share at a party.

Here’s to the ghosties, In robes of white, Here’s to the thrills of Hallowe’en night.

10.) History of the Holiday.

Free candy and dressing up. What more do you need to know?

The Celts believed the underworld door opened on this day, releasing the spirits of the dead.