It's the final week of October and Halloween falls on a Sunday this year. There are many Trunk-or-Treat events happening this weekend and if you are looking for one to take the kids to on Sunday morning, here is one in Johnson City. It begins at 10 a.m. and if you see someone in a Tigger costume, it's a very good chance that it's me...okay a great chance.

So let's celebrate Halloween week with some "safe" Halloween humor except for the last one.

Halloween Jokes:

Since the World Series between Houston and Atlanta begins on Tuesday, October 26th, let's start with this one. Why do ghosts go to the baseball game? They want to boo the umpire.

Oh boy, do they get any better? Only one way to find out...keep going.

Why did the ghost starch his sheet? He wanted everyone scared stiff.

How do you know when a ghost is sad? He starts boo hooing.

Mummy Jokes:

Why couldn’t the mummy go to school with the witch? He couldn’t spell.

Why was the mummy so tense? He was all wound up.

Skelton Jokes:

Why do skeletons have low self-esteem? They have no body to love.

Why are skeletons so calm? Because nothing gets under their skin.

Witch Jokes:

How does a witch style her hair? With scare spray.

What's a witch's favorite makeup? Ma-scare-a

#1 Halloween joke:

So now that we told you all of the "safe" Halloween jokes, we'll end with this one. This is the #1 joke that is called in when we ask for Halloween jokes and we have never told the answer on the air.

Why can't boy ghosts have babies? Because they have Hollow-weenies. Now you know why we don't give the answer on air.

Remember when you're out on Sunday, be on the lookout for the trick-or-treaters because they may not be looking for you.

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