Dressing up to scare!
Masks, caps, broomsticks, hats, wigs
Halloween, the spookiest night of the year all about trick or treat, ghosts, witches, vampires, and zombies? Have you carved your pumpkins and got costumes at the ready?
Halloween, All Hallows’ Eve, All Saints’ Eve, or Day of the dead celebrated on 31 October, the eve of the Christian feast of All Hallows’ Day.
Originated from the festival of Samhain where they would light bonfires at the end of the harvest season, marking the beginning of winter and wore costumes to ward off ghosts.
Celebrations has evolved into trick-or-treating, carving pumpkins jack-o-lanterns, and wearing costumes and eating many sweet treats.
Next special even is Bonfire Night is a few days time.
Spooky spiderweb covered cauldron full with plastic spiders.
Maybe wave smelly socks at them.
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