Halloween is celebrated on the night of October 31.
Traditional Halloween activities include trick-or-treating, ghost tours, bonfires, carving jack-o’-lanterns, and costume parties.
Trick-or-treating is the main Halloween event for children. They disguise themselves in costumes and ring the doorbells of their neighbours yelling “trick or treat”!
They receive candy or similar items such us chocolate bars, loose change, or even crayons and pencils.
The jack-o’-lantern, a carved pumpkin, lit from within by a candle, is one of Halloween’s most prominent symbols.
It can be traced back to the Irish legend of Stingy Jack, a greedy, gambling, hard-drinking old farmer.
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