9 Things You Didn’t Know About Candy Corn
Every year, it hides in some dark, dank corner of even the most raucous Halloween party, waiting for some unknowing fool to stick their hand in its clutches of doom. It entices its prey with colorful designs and the promise of sweet joy, only to fill its victims with a familiar sense of bland, flavorless dread. This horror isn't some flesh-hungry siren that snares its victims with its sultry voice. It's candy corn, that traditional Halloween treat that always rears its yellow, orange and white face every year mainly because no one can ever get rid of the stuff.
But this most reviled of Halloween candies actually has an interesting origin. Here are nine things you probably didn't know about candy corn.