This week at Neatorama

Neatorama is starting to gear up for Hallloween, which is always fun on the internet.

Jill Harness brought us 15 Cool and Creepy Halloween Party Foods and then The 13 Best Geek Halloween Costumes. She has more Halloweeny features coming your way as well!

I looked up Neatolicious Fun Facts: Salem, Massachusetts, to see what they are doing for Halloween there.

Uncle John's Bathroom Reader gave us the lowdown on how Bram Stoker's Dracula came to be.

And we had features that had nothing to do with the holiday, like Neatolicious Fun Facts: Wii.

The latest entry in the Museum of Possibilities showed potential alternative housing ideas in Power to the People.

Our friends at Improbable Research asked the question Does a Cat Always Land on Its Feet? The answer apparently is no.

The Evolution of the Sneaker came to us courtesy of mental_floss magazine.

In case you were busy when the link appeared, here's another chance to try out Neato-Puzzle #3!

Steven Johnson gave us the Name That Weird Invention! contest. Congratulations to winner NathanBBlu, who named the invention "Stalaglites," and explained why. And also to winner lolamouse, who came up with "Light in the Loafers" (used to tell interested observers which way you go). Both win t-shirts from the NeatoShop!

Join us also at Facebook and Twitter for more contests, giveaways, discussions, and extra links. And look for lots more Halloween goodies in the coming week!

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