So, what makes you scream at Hal­loween?

Spi­ders and strangers give the fear

Wishaw Press - - FRONT PAGE - Ben Ra­m­age

It’s the spook­i­est time of year again when ghosts and ghouls come out to play.

Chil­dren across Wishaw will be dress­ing up and trick-or-treat­ing across the town tonight as Hal­loween is cel­e­brated across the coun­try.

And aside from the sweet grab­bing, pump­kin carv­ing and ap­ple bob­bing, the big­gest part of the fes­ti­val is all about get­ting a fright.

We went out on the street in Wishaw to find out what gives our read­ers the big­gest fright.

Anne Mcs­tay, from Nether­ton, said she shared her grand­son Luke Bam­rick’s fear of spi­ders. She said: “I ab­so­lutely can’t stand spi­ders. “It’s just the way they move, they’re hor­ri­ble lit­tle things!”

It’s just the way they move. They’re hor­ri­ble lit­tle things!

Arach­na­phobes grand­son Luke Anne Mcs­tay with

Park­ing un­der Pressure Joyce Su­san with son Lu­cas and daugh­ter Hay­ley

Spi­der fears Janette Loughridge with grand­son Kay­den

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