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Haunted House Party
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"He-He-He-He-He!, Haunted House Party!"


Description[]

Haunted House Party is a history "guess who" game, similar to Dirty Pictures. The goal, as said by the host, is to guess the mystery halloween party guest based on the conversations he or she has.

After several clues, the host will interrupt and summarize the clues before revealing the mystery guest, who is always a historical figure.

an example of said mystery guest is Abraham Lincoln in episode 17 and episode 32

Segments[]

Episode 1: Harry Houdini in episode 1 (After game systems overload)

Episode 2&14: Paul Revere in episode 2 and episode 28 (After game systems overload)

Episode 3&15: William Shakespeare in episode 5 and episode 29 (First game only)

Episode 4&20: Benjamin Franklin in episode 10 and episode 37 (After game systems overload)

Episode 5: Richard Nixon in episode 15

Episode 6&17: Abraham Lincoln in episode 17 and episode 32 (Before game systems overload in episode 32)

Episode 7&16: Eleanor Roosevelt in episode 18 and episode 30 (Before game systems overload)

Episode 8&19: Albert Einstein in episode 20 and episode 36 (After game systems overload)

Episode 9: Christopher Columbus in episode 22 (First game only)

Episode 10&13: Jackie Robinson in episode 23 and episode 27 (Before game systems overload in episode 27)

Episode 11: Thomas Edison in episode 25 (First game only)

Episode 12&18: Leonardo DaVinci in episode 26 and episode 35 (Before game systems overload in episode 35)

Episode 21: Thomas Jefferson in episode 40

Episode 22: Noah in episode 42 (After cafeteria/maintenance segments)

Episode 23: Cleopatra in episode 43 (After cafeteria/maintenance segments)

Episode 24: Isaac Newton in episode 45

Episode 25: Julius Caesar in episode 46 (First game only)

Episode 26: Amelia Earhart in episode 47 (First game only)

Episode 27: George Washington in episode 51 (After cafeteria/maintenance segments)

Episode 28: Henry Ford in episode 52

Trivia[]

  • In Episodes 40, 42, 43, 45, 46, 47, 51, and 52, the narrator never speaks until the gargoyles open the gate. And also when the "mysterious mystery guest" finally is shown, the mouth movement is different from Episodes 1, 2, 5, 10, 15, 17, 18, 20, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32, 35, 36, and 37.

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