Milton Bradley's Which Witch? (1970) was my favorite game when I was a kid. It was destroyed and thrown away years ago. I found this one at a garage sale a while back for 75 cents.
If the ball comes out the chute in the "Broom Room" and you're standing on one of the "Danger" spots, you're swept back to the blue starting position.
In the "Witchin Kitchen", the ball will land on the toggling floor boards and send you flying back to the blue starting position for that room. The toggling floor continues to the next room, the "Spell Cell".
I just realized I had the booby trap for this room installed backwards. The bucket in the next picture should be on this side so a ball landing in this room goes in the bucket and dumps on you.
Ghoulish Gerty drops it down the chimney
Wanda the Wicked casts a spell
The "Wanda the Wicked" card turns your character into its color-coordinated mouse. You cannot move until you draw a "Glenda the Good" card on your turn.
The first player to reach the top of the stairs wins.
A similar game by Milton Bradley which I found at another yard sale is "Superstition" (1977). I'd never seen this game until then.
Much like Which Witch? (even using the same playing pieces), the player moves through a cemetery and can be snared by one of four booby traps based on various superstitions.
Along the way, as you encounter the supersitions, you have to pull one of two pegs at the end of the trap. One is a false short pin, the other is connected to a rubber band underneath which releases the superstition and sends you back to your starting position.
Breaking a mirror
I guess the superstition associated with this is you'll get warts?
Walking under a ladder.
Stepping on a grave