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Halloween Customs, Traditions and Activities
It is believed that observance of Halloween can be tracked back to Celtic rituals in ireland thousands of years ago. The irish immigrants are believed to have brought versions of this celebrations to North America in nineteenth century.
Halloween customs and traditions appear to have changed over the years.Disguising in costumes and going treak-or-treating
Hosting / attending costume parties
Pumpkin carving, Making Jack-o-lantern
Decorating homes and yards with spooky themes
Ghost tours, visiting haunted houses, watching horror movies, reading scary stories and listening to halloween music. Halloween is associated with images of scary things, spirits and imaginary spooks such as ghosts, witches, devils.
Common modern Halloween activities include
People associate following symbols and elements with Halloween and its celebration
Halloween has long been associated with images of witches, ghosts, devils and hobgoblins; the images considered by many in modern world as 'imaginary spooks'.
Jack-o'-lantern - Carved pumpkin lit by a candle inside.
Color : Orange, Black