This web site, at the domains https://trick-or-treat.online and http://trick-or-treat-norcal.com, is a non-commercial project for entertainment purposes only. Our goal is to provide Halloween-related entertainment, especially for those who may not be able to celebrate with traditional Halloween activities in light of the pandemic. We might also like to show off.
This site is created by volunteers from the Northern California Haunters Group. The group is not a legal entity. Each contribution is the responsibility of the individual contributor. Contact information for the web site manager is available in the whois records for these domain names.
Visitors have the right to browse the site, link to or share links, and write reviews. There are no guarantees or warranties of any kind.
Most of the material on the site (including media hosted by third-party sites like YouTube, Vimeo, etc.) is subject to copyright restrictions. See the individual media elements for details. To find copyright notices and licensing information for a particular media element, make sure to click through to the third-party hosting site to access the element’s metadata.
Some of the media elements incorporate Creative Commons-licensed material. Each of those media elements is responsible for providing attribution notices. You made need to click through to the element’s host site (e.g., YouTube or Vimeo) in order see the media’s metadata for such notices.
Overall site design and text: © 2020 Adrian McCarthy
The Northern California Haunters Group ghost logo and banner graphic were commissioned by a member and used with permission.
Elements hosted by third parties (e.g., YouTube) may involve material subject to copyrights, trademarks, or patents of those third parties, such as their logos and video player software. We have strived to ensure our usage of their APIs complies with their policies to the best of our understanding.
If you believe something on this site is in violation of your copyrights or other intellectual property rights, please contact the site manager. Contact information is available in the whois records for these domain names. If the claim regards a media element hosted on a third-party site (e.g., YouTube or Vimeo), sending your claim to the third-party site should provide the quickest response.
We have no interest in collecting or inferring information about individual visitors to this web site.
Our web hosting provider has the server configured to keep basic logs, like almost every web server on the internet. These log records contain:
We might analyze log data for aggregate statistics. For example, we may want to know the total number of visitors on our site, the average length of a visit, which pages are most popular, which browsers our visitors are using, how many visits are from outside the United States, etc.
We do not attempt to identify individual users from the logged data.
If compelled by a legal request, we may have to provide log data to law enforcement or court system.
Most media on our site is hosted by third parties, like YouTube and Vimeo. When you interact with those media elements, those third parties may collect information about your usage. Those third parties have their own privacy policies that describe what information they collect and how they use it.
We have no access to nor interest in the data collected by the third parties.
Our web site does not serve advertisements. We’re doing this for fun, not to make money. Media elements hosted by third parties (e.g., YouTube) might show ads in relation to those media elements.
We make no effort to determine the age of vistors to the web site. We make no effort to collect personally identifiable data for any visitors, so we’re not creating profiles of your children either.
The web site has material that may be enjoyed by children, but it is also made to entertain Halloween enthusiasts of all ages, so other material may contain more intense scares and even gore. We want everyone to find the Halloween fun they would enjoy.
We’ve attempted to separate the more intense items to make it easier for parents and guardians to avoid it as they supervise their child’s visits to the site. But we’ve put no real barriers to more intense material. What you or your child might consider more intense may be different than our judgment.
If you would be providing adult supervision for your child to go door-to-door asking for candy on Halloween night, you probably should be doing the same for their web surfing. Don’t blame us if material on our site frightens your children or induces tears, screams, or nightmares. We will, however, take credit for laughter, joy, and a love of Halloween activities. You’re welcome.