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Scariest Halloween Decorations deedsphotos
Halloween, also known as All Hallow's Eve, is celebrated in the United States and in many countries in Europe on October 31, the day before All Hallows' Day which initiates the time dedicated to remembering the dead including saints (hallows) martyrs and faithful departed Christian believers. The holiday is believed to have originated from pagan Celtic harvest festivals. Today, in the United States, at any rate, Halloween has pretty much lost it's religious connotation and become a commercial event. It's celebrated primarily by children who carve pumpkins, dress up in costumes and go from house to house begging for treats i.e., "trick or treating."
Here are some samples of Halloween decorations in Birmingham:
Halloween in Birmingham 2016
Haloween Moon (I didn't take this one. Someone sent it to me.)
Here's One I liked better!
Shocks on the blocks: Halloween decorating has seen monstrous growth in recent years
- Shocks on the blocks: Halloween decorating has seen monstrous growth in recent years
Just the other afternoon, 5-year-old Warren Eddleman went out into the yard of his home along East Oakland Avenue in Bloomington and with ample zeal, a big smile and his
Halloween History--The Day of the Dead
- History of Halloween - Halloween History
History and traditions of Halloween
You Won't Believe How Much Candy Will Be Consumed on Halloween
- You Won't Believe How Much Candy Will Be Consumed On Halloween | Elite Daily
About 4% of all candy consumed in America each year occurs on Halloween, according to a new report by market research group NPD.