Welcome to Page Frights, a social media celebration of Halloween, library & archives-style.
In October 2016, libraries, archives, museums, and other cultural institutions around the world shared spooky, creepy, and otherwise frightening and/or Halloween-related books and images from their collections on social media using the hashtag #PageFrights.
Some of last year’s participating institutions will be continuing the Halloween fun informally in 2017. Follow #PageFrights on social media to join the conversation.
We also invite you to carve pumpkins using patterns inspired by #PageFrights content. Download free patterns from our Pumpkin Patterns Gallery today!
Join the Conversation
Explore #PageFrights fun from Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Tumblr.*
*This feed aggregates public posts published through Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Tumblr that include the #PageFrights hashtag. It is not necessarily a comprehensive representation of all #PageFrights posts. Campaign organizers at #PageFrights Lead Institutions will be moderating this feed and reserve the right to suppress from the feed published through this website any content that they determine is a violation of the campaign content guidelines.