The only thing that might be better than holding a bag stuffed with Halloween candy is holding a Guinness World Record.
In honor of Oct. 31, the organization has compiled a list of Halloween-themed record holders, many of which appear in its new book, Guinness World Records 2014.
Like Halloween, some are scary, some are spooky, some are fun and some are sweet.
But, unlike on Halloween, there are no tricks here: All these records are verified as authentic.
Maria Jose Cristerna, the famed "Vampire Lady of Mexico," holds the world record for Most Body Modifications by a Female with 49.
The Largest Butterscotch Candy was made at the Nidar factory in Trondheim, Norway on August 12,1997. It weighed 3,527 lbs and measured 5.02 feet x 5.02 feet x 17.7 inches. It was a scaled-up version of the candy being held.
The world record for Most People Wearing Costume Masks is 27,080. It was set May 10, 2011, at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California.
The Largest Pumpkin Pie was made by New Bremen Giant Pumpkin Growers in Ohio on October 8, 2005. It weighed 2,020 lbs and measured 12 feet, 1 inch long.
The heaviest pumpkin ever weighed was the 2009-pounder presented by Ron Wallace at the New England Giant Pumpkin Weigh-off in Topsfield, Massachusetts, USA, on September 28, 2012.