Halloween is approaching faster than Freddy Krueger on a motorbike. Although millions of us dress up and go to a party or even trick or treating, a lot of us prefer to draw the curtains, turn the lights off and watch scary movies. But which movie is your state scared of most? Recommerce site Decluttr.com used their data to find out which horror movie the residents of each state have been selling most, which obviously means that they’re just too scared to cling onto it… right?
Find what scares your state most here: http://www.decluttr.com/blog/
2016/10/25/trick-or-treat- which-horror-movie-is-your- state-scared-of-most/
According to the data from Decluttr, there are six horror films Americans are scared of most…
IT: Arkansas, New Hampshire, South Dakota
The Conjuring: Florida, Mississippi, New Mexico
The Ring: Ohio, Massachusetts, Texas
The Grudge: New Jersey, New York, Oregon
The Exorcist: Alaska, Kentucky, Tennessee
Friday the 13th: Arizona, Nebraska, Washington
Ghosts, creepy little kids and a serial killer in a hockey mask – they’re enough to make anyone want to sleep with a nightlight. And we guess that whole creepy clown thing is really getting to folks in Arkansas, New Hampshire and South Dakota too!
Honorable mentions also go out to A Nightmare on Elm Street (2 – Jason beat you Freddy, sorry),The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2), The Evil Dead (2), Sinister (2), Hannibal (2), The Others (2) and, most surprisingly, Secret Window.
The most surprising results of all, though, come from Delaware and Pennsylvania, where Blade andBlade 2 came out on top respectively.
I’ve also attached the map showing what movie tops the list in each state.