This Maine Man Will Be Handing Out Nearly 5,000 King-Size Candy Bars to Kids on Halloween
Look closely at that massive pile! Those are KING-SIZED candy bars. Want the address to this house? Want to know how you can get THREE king-sized candy bars from this house?
This is Peter Geiger's supply for Halloween. If that name sounds familiar, he is the editor of The Farmers' Almanac and has been for almost 30 years. It's been a family run business since the 30s!
But one of Peter's other passions is Halloween. He loves this holiday. And to prove it, he hands out KING-SIZED CANDY BARS! And he's ready with 4,400 candy bars waiting to be handed out!
He's done this for over 20 years and started with 200-300 kids. He now averages 1500 kids from 6 pm to 9 pm. And every kid gets a giant candy bar. Well, the little ones with the pumpkin trick or treat pail - they don't fit, so they can have hand fulls of the bite size candy. He has 900 pieces of the little candy for the little ones. People wait for a very long time to get their king-sized candy!
Since so many people enter his house for candy, people enter through the front door and exit through a haunted house in the garage.
If you know the password, you will get THREE KING-SIZED CANDY BARS! What's the password? We don't know yet...but as soon as we do, we'll let ya know. I think the important thing is the address:
16 BRENTWOOD AVENUE, LEWISTON MAINE
As soon as we know the password, we'll pass it along.
AWESOME SIDENOTE: Peter gave up candy for Lent in 1985. He never eats the stuff...ever.