Each year Halloween falls on October 31st. Check out this year’s spookiest trends!

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Each year Halloween falls on October 31st. Check out this year’s spookiest trends! When you think of Halloween, you probably think of carved pumpkins, lanterns, scary costumes, and trick-or-treating. Modern Halloween celebrations include parties and get-togethers where adults and children alike celebrate the holiday.

What is Halloween?

Halloween is a holiday celebrated in many countries on October 31, the eve of All Hallows’ Day. Most celebrations are secular in nature.

Halloween was traditionally observed to mark the end of harvest and the arrival of winter. However, as time passed, Halloween took on sinister connotations, and people began to celebrate it as the Day of the Dead.

Many people believe that Halloween is the day when the line between the living and the dead blurs and spirits and ghosts are free to roam.

History of Halloween

Halloween is thought to have originated with the Celts. Celts lived in Ireland and northern Britain hundreds of years ago. Halloween was traditionally observed to mark the end of harvest and the arrival of winter. However, as time passed, Halloween took on sinister connotations, and people began to celebrate it as the Day of the Dead.

Many people believe that Halloween is the day when the line between the living and the dead blurs and spirits and ghosts are free to roam.

FAQs

What exactly is trick-or-treating?

Trick-or-treat is a Halloween game for children. They go door-to-door with their neighbors, who give them candy when they say trick-or-treat.

When is Halloween this year?

Halloween is observed throughout the day on October 31st. There is no specific time. However, the festivities usually begin in the evening.