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Story and the history of Halloween


The most terrifying day of the year is Halloween, which is celebrated by wearing scary costumes and distributing sweets to children

Story and the history of Halloween


Halloween falls on the last day of October each year, and at the end of this month, millions around the world will celebrate wearing scary masks, decorating houses and giving sweets to children, as is customary

?But what is Halloween, and how did it start

Halloween comes from the Samhain festival, a religious festival for Catholics in Britain and parts of Europe that was intended to spread terror into the evil spirits that emerge after the end of summer

The Gaelic civilization in Britain considered that the end of summer is the time when the world of the dead overlaps with the real world which drives lives to go out and share the rest of human life

Story and the history of Halloween


This day was later known as the "All Ghost Evening" or "All Halo Eve," the day before Saints' Day, on November 1

But Halloween marked his real start in the United States when he brought his idea to North America, Irish immigrants, in the 19th century

The idea developed when some children and teenagers began wearing "terrifying" costumes during Halloween Day to scare residents of nearby homes as a joke

The idea of ​​celebrating Halloween for the elderly has also arrived in recent decades, becoming a day when children and young people celebrate at the same time, in different ways

Halloween fever has reached all over the world, and it has become a day when people around the world are celebrating wearing scary or funny costumes

Story and the history of Halloween


People carved gourds and used them as lanterns, long before Halloween became a tradition, and the origins of gourds are not known specifically for Halloween, but what is known to be the use of pumpkins as a symbol of the feast, in North America at the beginning of the century Twenty

A number of films have been produced about Halloween
Like Ghostbusters and Hocus Pocus

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