Table Topics Ideas for Halloween

Table Topics Ideas for Halloween

Halloween is a great time to get creative with your Table Topics questions. It's a time when people dress up as ghosts and goblins and enjoy some time together “trick or treating” and sharing ghost stories.

Use this opportunity to have fun with your group at a Halloween party or Toastmasters Table Topics session.

Here are some Halloween Themed Table Topics:

  • Tell us about a scary dream you've had.
  • What is your biggest nightmare?
  • What is your greatest fear?
  • Do you like scary movies? What is the most frightening scene in any film?
  • What is your favorite scary movie?
  • Who is your favorite horror movie character?
  • What were you afraid of as a kid?
  • Are you afraid of spiders? If not, what creature are you afraid of?
  • Are you afraid of the dark now as an adult?
  • What’s the best or worst prank you’ve played on someone?
  • Tell us a Trick or Treating story. Did you go door to door and ask for candy in costume?
  • What was your favorite costume that you wore in the past?
  • Are you dressing up this year for Halloween? What is your costume?
  • What would be a dream Halloween costume if you could hire a professional make-up artist or designer?
  • If you could flawlessly carve faces in your jack-o' lanterns, whose would face would you cut?
  • What do you like to do on Halloween night?
  • Did Jaws make you scared of swimming in the ocean?
  • Has a movie made you scared of something in real life?
  • How do you celebrate Halloween?

  • What is your favorite Halloween candy?
  • What is your least favorite Halloween candy?
  • What is your favorite Halloween movie?
  • What is your favorite Halloween book or story?
  • Tell us a scary story that includes at least two people in this room.
  • What is your favorite magical or mythological animal?
  • Do you believe in ghosts or spirits?
  • What would a ghost look like?
  • Do you believe in Satan?
  • Is there a hell? Describe it.
  • Have you played with an Ouija board?
  • Would you want to be a vampire who lives for eternity and has to drink blood to stay alive?
  • Have you ever tricked somebody? If so, how? If not, have you been tricked?
  • Do you think black cats are bad luck?
  • Do you believe in bad omens?
  • Do you get seven years of bad luck if you break a mirror?
  • Do you believe in good or bad luck?
  • What are your superstitions?
  • Ghostbusters has a job opening. Would you join their team? Why or why not?
  • Do you believe in psychics?
  • Do you want to know your future? Would you like to know when and how you die?
  • Do you believe in Astrology?
  • Do you dress up your pet for Halloween?

Halloween This or That Questions:

  • Trick or Treat?
  • Dracula, Frankenstein, or The Wolfman?
  • The Exorcist or The Shining?
  • Jason Voorhies or Freddy Krueger?
  • Michael Myers or Pennywise?
  • M3GAN or Chucky?
  • Friday the 13th or A Nightmare on Elm Street?
  • Would you rather eat brains or a heart?
  • What's scarier: Your boss or your in-laws?
  • What's more terrifying? Public Speaking in front of 100 people or skydiving?

I hope these Table Topics Question ideas for Halloween help you with your next gathering. Halloween is fun to get together with colleagues, friends, and family and share scary tales. Have a safe and Happy Halloween, everybody!

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