27 October 2014 by Anna Staford
Halloween is an old holiday that originated from Celtic pagan traditions, developed as an Irish ‘All Saints Eve’ and gained its popularity almost all over the world till present. Mainly, it is celebrated in Western countries with lots of characteristic symbols peculiar only to this holiday. You won’t associate scary carved pumpkin with a flashing candle inside with any other day than October 31st. There are various traditional activities people occupy themselves with on this evening depending on a number of people involved. Here are the most popular Halloween activities:
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