The History of Halloween and How It's Celebrated Today

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Every year on October 31st, children across the world dress up in costumes, go door to door collecting candy, and attend Halloween parties.

For many, it's just a fun way to celebrate the fall season. But where did this holiday come from? And how did it become so popular? Let's take a look at the history of Halloween and how it's celebrated today.

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Halloween has its origins in the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, which was a celebration of the end of the harvest season.

Celts believed that on the night before Samhain, the boundary between the worlds of the living and the dead became blurred. They would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off evil spirits.

The tradition of trick-or-treating also has its roots in Celtic culture.

It is thought to have originated with a practice called mumming, in which people would dress up in costumes and go door to door begging for food or money.

Today, Halloween is celebrated in countries all over the world. In the United States, children typically dress up as ghosts, witches, monsters, or other supernatural creatures and go trick-or-treating around their neighborhood. Adults often throw Halloween parties or attend haunted houses. And of course, no Halloween is complete without pumpkin carving!

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Halloween is one of the most popular holidays in the world.

Every year on October 31st, people dress up in costumes, go trick-or-treating, and attend Halloween parties. But where did this holiday come from? Its roots can be traced back to an ancient Celtic festival called Samhain. Over time, elements of Celtic culture were blended with traditions from other cultures to create the holiday that we know and love today. So whether you're dressing up as a ghost or carving a pumpkin this Halloween, remember to thank the Celts for giving us this spooktacular holiday! Happy Halloween!...XOXO🍂🎃👻

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