Halloween isn’t just costumes and candy; it’s a cultural holiday rich in tradition.
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31 COMMENTS

  1. Hallow is the root word of Halloween so hallow means "holy or saints" why do you celebrated halloween just because of all saints day…. so lets disguised our self and our children to be saints not a demon…… God bless us all!

  2. Its still a dangerous holiday not so long ago in North carolina when I was younger there were cases of people grinding down glass shards and mixing them into the candy to kill children. Also avout children its a day to sacrifice them in demonic cults

  3. This is not the history of Halloween presented by Chick Publications.

    They say Druid priests went from door to door on October 31st in ancient Ireland demanding a human sacrifice to the devil (Samhain). That's the trick. If the family refused, they would leave a Jack-O-lantern behind on the doorstep fueled by human fat. That's the treat. Hence the origins of the phrase "trick or treat". That's a more diabolical story than Nat Geo would lead you to believe.

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