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    Halloween

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    How The History Of Halloween Shapes The Way It Is Celebrated Today Every year Halloween is celebrated on October 31. One might say that Halloween is the scariest holiday of the year. It’s the one time of year that people actually enjoy getting scared. In America, this popular holiday is filled with spooky traditions, and customs. Scary shows and movies start to play on tv and in theaters; Halloween boutiques and stores, Haunted houses, corn mazes, and other scary attractions open in anticipation

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    Halloween

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    Halloween It was a dark and stormy Halloween night and Sal and Jess her best friend were at Sal's house for the night to watch movies. Knock, Knock, Knock, "Sal, someones at the door do you want me to answer it?", Jess yelled to Sal who was upstairs doing her hair in the bathroom. "Yeah Cool Jess its probably just some more annoying trick or treaters anyway", replied Sal. Jess got up off the couch and approached the door making sure to peer through the peephole to see who it was.  

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    “It’s Halloween!” I woke with a thrill, because today was Halloween. My mother and I were going to stich my costume where as my father and brother are decorating the yard. I went downstairs and to my surprise, the house was completely dark. Windows closed and curtained, not a sound could be heard. I silently walked down the stairway. Every step I took created a creaky sound of the wooden steps. I just looked down towards the hallway and saw two glooming red eyes in the dark. I was horrified. As

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    The Halloween Costume

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    to get something that you really want no matter what comes your way? Well, this is what my story is about. The title of the story is ‘The Halloween Costume’ by Juli. The reason behind the story name ‘Halloween costume’ is because it’s about a girl named Mya, who is ten years old, that wants a Halloween costume. And, when she asks her mom to buy her a Halloween costume, her mom didn’t buy it. So, Mya went ahead and told her friends about her problem and her friends did all they could to help Mya.

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    Halloween Traditions

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    Halloween is a historical holiday that dates back to several thousand years ago. When I think of Halloween some things that come to mind are decorations, pumpkins, costumes, and parties. Although, some Halloween traditions have come and gone, there are many that we still celebrate today in the United States. There are several traditions that Americans take part in before actual Halloween day comes on October 31st. Most families today decorate their houses inside and out for Halloween, some more

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    Halloween For almost every man, woman and child on earth, October 31 means candy, kids running on the streets, spooky costumes and scary movies. But the story and evolution behind one of the most commercial holidays in the world, Halloween, is quite interesting. Halloween, also known as All Hallows eve, evolved from an ancient Celtic festival called Samhain, which means “summer’s end”. This day meant the end of the summer and the beginning of the cold winter which was associated with death. The

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    Every year we celebrate a holiday at the end of October involving costumes, candy, and pranks. Can you guess which holiday I am talking about? Of course you can! Halloween is one of the biggest holidays of the year ,second only to (in my opinion) Christmas. We follow many strange traditions on Halloween, but why? Why do we dress up? Why do we get candy? And what is the meaning of the phrase “ Trick or Treat”? In order to explain, this we need to go back to the very beginning of this creepy

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    The True Meaning of Halloween

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    The True Meaning of Halloween Halloween is a holiday which has been around for a lot longer than many may think. Even the traditions which seem so modern and economically rooted are almost as old as the tradition of Halloween itself. There is a lot of confusion as to when the tradition of Halloween began. Many think that Halloween began with the Celts. The Celts celebrated Samhain which was a holiday that symbolized the end of the time of the light and the beginning of the time of the dark

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    Christmas vs halloween

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    When you were a kid, on what occasion did you have the most fun? Christmas? Halloween? On christmas, you get presents and on halloween, you get candy. The holiday you prefer will probably depend on the type of person you are. There are a plethora of reasons that you would like one and not the other. They both have benefits and disadvantages. These two holidays are interesting. They have different origins relating to different religions. Both both have an appeal to kids too. But, despite all the good

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    Origins of Halloween Traditions Halloween has long been a night dedicated to remembering the dead and hiding away from witches and goblins. Halloween has evolved over the years and now includes many traditions that weren’t seen at the beginning of the celebrations. Even today, Halloween traditions are evolving and newer and more modern traditions are taking the place of older ones. However, some timeless traditions still remain. Halloween Traditions and Their Origins • Costumes: Costumes are

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