Nine creepy Halloween commands you can ask Alexa to get spooky

Halloween will have to be celebrated differently this year for obvious reasons.

But coronavirus doesn’t have to put a complete end to spooky family fun this evening.

Ghoulish festivities can be carried out at home with your household or support bubble.

And depending on your tier and the weather you might even be able to have a ghostly garden get-together.

One way to increase the fun – and scare your friends and family – might be to use some of Amazon Echo’s creepy hidden features.

Alexa can add to the fun by playing creepy sounds.

All you have to say is “Alexa, let’s get spooky”, to prompt her to give you ideas.

She can play a continuous loop of unsettling noise if you want to set an ominous Halloween tone.

Alexa has a number of ideas built in – including a soundtrack to making a magic potion.

She can also play 50 minutes of original spooky music – all you have to ask is "Alexa, open spooky sounds" to hear it.

You can even get her to play a spooky scream on request.

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Scare your friends or little ones by saying “Alexa, ask spooky scream to start in 5 minutes”.

And Alexa can play eerie games – if you ask her too.

She can play The Magic Door, which is an interactive adventure game, or Ghost Detector.

There are also Haunted Adventure and Feel the Pressure if you want to have a game with a twist.

Alexa can also tell a spooky story – if you ask Alexa to "tell me a spooky story".

And if you want something even creepier, say "Alexa, ask Scare Me to tell me a scary story."

Alexa can also be used with certain video doorbells to talk to trick-or-treaters.

You might be able to scare them with a BOO or with a creepy chime.

If it all gets a bit much Alexa can always lighten the mood.

Just say, "Alexa, tell me a Halloween joke."

Have you heard the one that goes "Why do zombies like the fall?”

Because everyone's got pumpkin spice on the brain.

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