Please don't call it trivia: What are the five most haunted cities in America?

John Bernhisel

Q1. Who wrote these classic scary books: Frankenstein, Dracula and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde?
Q2. Halloween is October 31. What Christian celebration is November 1?
Q3. In what city is Edgar Alan Poe buried?
Q4. What is the Mexican equivalent of Halloween that lasts from October 31 to November 2?
Q5. Who played the three witches in the movie “Hocus Pocus?”
Fun Facts:
Halloween decorations are second only to Christmas in total gross sales.
In the 1990s there were several reports of Halloween candy bars having razor blades hidden inside. This is very likely an urban myth. It may originate with a quote by columnist Ann Landers, who claimed, “It is no longer safe to let your child eat treats that come from strangers.” No single police report exists for Halloween candy with a razor blade.
It would take an 80-pound child 14.5 hours of playing basketball to burn off the calories from 50 pieces of Halloween candy.
The English word witch comes from the Old English word wicce, which means wise woman.
The most popular songs played during Halloween are 1. “Thriller” by Michael Jackson, 2. “Ghostbusters” by Ray Parker Jr. and “Monster Mash” by Bobby Pickett.
The Stanley Hotel is a historic hotel in Estes Park, Colorado, built in 1909. It was already considered one of the most haunted hotels in America when it was used as the setting for Stephen King’s 1977 bestseller “The Shining” and the 1980 movie by the same name. In 1974 while writing a different book, King and his wife stayed in the Stanley for one night. The hotel was nearly empty, and King spent hours walking the empty hallways and came up with the plot of the book during that stay.
My five favorite family friendly Halloween movies are: “Hocus Pocus,” “The Haunted Mansion,” “Ghostbusters,” “Halloweentown” and “Monsters Inc.”
The three-headed dog that guards the gates of the underworld from escaping is called Cerberus in Greek mythology. He is typically described with three ferocious dog heads and a serpent for a tail. 
According to an NBC report, the five most haunted cities in America are 1. Savannah, Georgia, 2. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 3. Salem, Massachusetts, 4. New Orleans, Louisiana, 5. San Antonio, Texas.
A1. Frankenstein - Mary Shelley, Dracula - Bram Stoker, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - Robert L. Stevenson
A2. All Saints’ Day (It’s also called All Hallows’ Day and The Feast of All Hallows.)
A3. Baltimore, Maryland (The cemetery gives candlelight tours on Halloween with a reading of “The Raven.”)
A4. Dia de los Muertos (Several U.S. cities also hold Dia de los Muertos parades.)
A5. Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy