Thriller by Michael Jackson: The most-downloaded Hallowe'en-themed hit of all-time
2. Monster Mash by Bobby Pickett & the Crypt-Kickers: Scared up a US No 1 in 1962.
3. Ghostbusters by Ray Parker Jr: "Who you gonna call?"
4. Werewolves of London by Warren Zevon: This howling rocker rose to number 21 in 1978.
5. Highway to Hell by band AC/DC: Scots-born rockers give some scary road directions.
6. Don't Fear the Reaper by Blue Oyster Cult: A global hit for the German rockers in 1976.
7. Runnin' With the Devil by Van Halen: Mixing lyrics about living wild with hard rock was a winning combo for Van Halen.
8. Somebody's Watching Me by. Rockwell: This big 80s pop wonder featured Michael Jackson.
9. A Nightmare on My Street by DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince: Rap with a spooky heart
10. Dragula by Rob Zombie: Inspired by the Munsters TV show, this hit the charts in 1998.