Halloween 2007 was about the best Halloween memory I will ever have. My son who is ten now was only eight at the time.
My family had come home from work and school, and my son was ready to go trick or treating. We loaded up in the car and started out on a route that we use every year. One of my son's friends decided he wanted to go with us that night so we picked him up on the way out. Both boys where excited and happy they were about to get some good candy.
We had made our way on a couple of the streets and they had already got a half bag full. When we got to the last street, I knew what was going to be in store for them but of course I did not tell them this until after the fact.
We made the turn and went past a house toward the dead end street, there was Michael Myers standing at the top of his driveway, as we made a turn our way to the turnaround headed back to the drive Michael Myers pointed for us to pull in his drive.
The kids were looking and saying how real he was and that they knew him from TV. At this point I was laughing so hard on the inside because I knew what was going to happen when they stepped out of the car. Keep in mind my son and his friend are not scared of much.
The boys grabbed their candy bag and stepped out the car as did I and my daughters. Half why down the yard to the front door, we heard a chainsaw start up, we turned and looked and Jason Voorhees was coming toward us as fast as he could with the chainsaw aimed right at the boys.
My son and his friend started screaming and crying, dropped the candy bags and ran for the car. Son as they got into the car they locked all the doors and refused to open the doors to myself and my daughters. Jason was trying to get into the car for only for about a minute. Until he realized how bad he had scared the boys. Then he stopped took off the mask and tried to talk the kids into unlocking the car.
The boys refused and did not believe a word he was saying. It took us about twenty minutes to convince them to let us back into that car. That was a Halloween memory I for one will never forget. I don't think the boys will forget either. In fact they still talk about that night every Halloween.