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Halloween is a festival celebrated on October 31 every year. This tradition originated in the late summer festival of the ancient Celts, when people would light bonfires and put on special clothes to drive away ghosts. It is also said to be the time when the veil between the living and the dead is at its thinnest, allowing humans to communicate with those beyond the grave.


Today's Halloween is a cultural mashup. It has evolved into a day of activities like trick or treat, carving jack-o-lanterns, Festival parties, dressing up and eating candy and it is also the second largest commercial holiday in the United States.


Halloween Related Fun Facts:


  1. The fear of the number 13 is called a phobia. Did you know that a lot of hotels don't have a 13th floor? Some planes don't have row 13, and many hospitals don't have room 13. Apollo 13 was launched on April 11, 1970. (13:13 Go!) and there was an explosion.

  2. At first, it was believed that black cats could protect the powers of witches from evil. But in the US, black cats are thought to bring bad luck, while in the UK, white cats are thought to bring bad luck.

  3. On Halloween, about 99 per cent of pumpkins are used as jack-o-lanterns

  4. "Trick or treat" originated in England and Ireland. Poor people go door-to-door to pray for their souls - because they want a bun called soul pie in exchange for their prayers.

  5. While pumpkins are typically orange, they can also be green, white, red and gray.

  6. The world’s largest pumpkin weighed in at 1,054 kg (2,323 lb).


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