Halloween, as we have now come to know and love, is a combination of different celebrations from various cultures and religions across history. For instance, November 1st is a Catholic holiday. Although it is for celebrating people who are gone to heaven, it contributes to the history of Halloween. Another fun example is that of the Celtics. The Celtics dress in costumes and wore masks to hide from ghosts. They would often leave bowls of food outside during this period as well. Follow through to know how many days until this highly anticipated holiday.
The Halloween holiday is celebrated on October 31st of every year. It is time to start picking who to scare, costume to wear, pumpkin to be carved, or what decoration you want to have at your place?
Finally, do not think you can misbehave because you are in a costume. However, it is Halloween, and everyone is entitled to at least one good scare.