Today, in case you didn’t get the memo, is the one day of the year that our society sets aside for dressing up as someone (or something) we aren’t, going door-to-door while dressed up in search of free candy and, of course, scaring each other silly. Whether it’s sneaking up on someone and shouting “BOO,” watching a horror movie or two, or watching some buzzkill upon whose door you knocked place a box of raisins or some other healthy snack in your bag (Seriously, you have 364 other days each year on which to try and force your anti-sweets agenda upon our youth…), there’s plenty of fright to go around on All Hallows’ Eve.
However, none of the aforementioned activities really involve anyone being in mortal peril. We’re led to believe that fright of being in genuine danger is more severe than anything brought on by artificial bringers of terror. So if you really in the market for a good spooking, try to wrangle some seat time in any of the following 10 automobiles. As far as we’re concerned, these machines boast(?) handling that’s more unstable and more unpredictable than anything else on the road; forget Christine and The Car, these are real-life rides that, after a session of “spirited” driving, you’d swear were actively plotting your demise.