Looking around for a Halloween costume that is sexy, naughty and daring? For the past few days I have been toying with the idea of dressing up as Catwoman, but going around in latex carrying a whip is more my everyday thing than a disguise... read more
So where do all these traditions and celebrations come from. This one actually originated in the lands of the Celt's. The costumes these days though are more often influenced by films and celebrities. read more
Hell, Michigan to you, Dear Readers -- homeland and haunt of evil jackalopes near Garden City near Ann Arbor near Detroit near Toledo... read more
It's that time of year again! Spooky haunted houses, costumes and treats. Get some great ideas in this extreme Halloween HubMob. read more
halloween cookies, halloween chocolate, halloween trick-or-treat, wilton halloween cookies, "From ghosties and ghoulies and long-legged beasties and things that go bump in the night..." The next phrase of this well-known prayer calls upon a higher power for deliverance, and normally, I would be... read more
The urban legend of the 13th Floor Haunted House has been circulating for years. Is there really a 13 story haunted house? Did Philadelphia residents have this haunted house in their back yard? If you make it to the 13th floor of this haunted house, do you really get your money back? Find out about the mystery of the 13 story haunted house. read more
Looking for some last-minute Halloween costume ideas to wear to work? I have lots of cute ideas. read more
Halloween is widely celebrate in United States and European Country on October 31. Actually Halloween has roots in the Celtic festival of Samhain and the Christian holy day of All Saints’ Day and it is a secular celebration but some of Christians... read more
Halloween - A Witch's Perspective
The holiday of Halloween is called Samhain (sow-in) or Summer’s End by witches worldwide. In the Southern Hemisphere this holiday is held on April 30th. This holiday is the celebration of the dead. Candles are lit and pictures of loved ones lost in the last year are put on the altar. This holiday is also the beginning of the New Year for witches. It also commemorates the beginning of the dark half of the year. It is common to eat a feast prepared from foods of the last harvest such as turnips, gourds, apples, nuts mulled wines, beef, pork and poultry.
Choose the right pumpkin learn how to carve a pumpkin,like an expert for Halloween.So many other uses too for the leftovers. read more
Eye of newt, and toe of frog,
Wool of bat, and tongue of dog,
Adder's fork, and blind-worm's sting,
Lizard's leg, and owlet's wing,
For a charm of powerful trouble,
... read more
This hub provides a brief account on how Filipinos celebrate Halloween. read more
Bet you always wondered how to make a zombie. Well, you're in luck because this hub has the recipe. Although the subject matter is treated somewhat tongue-in-cheek, these are the authentic instructions. read more
Le Vampire, R. de Moraine in 1864 is but a foreshadowing. A Halloween HubMob is the best excuse in the world to write about the very best portrayal of the Vampire Dracula during the 19th - 21st centuries... read more
Decorate with pumpkins with these great DIY Homamade pumpkin decorating ideas... read more
More SPOOKY places in New York State to give you chills! read more
When I was in college, my class hosted a party for Developmentally Delayed adults every Halloween. Costumes were made from things we had on hand. These are cheap and easy to put together Halloween costumes like those from our parties. read more
Carving a pumpkin into a Jack O' Lantern is a traditional Halloween custom. Here are six easy steps for turning your pumpkin into your own unique Halloween Jack O Lantern read more
Have you ever seen 100,000 pounds of pumpkins, gourds and squash on the street? You can on October 20-23 in Circleville, Ohio, about 30 minutes south of Columbus. The show attracts 400,000 people over the 4 days (100,000 a day) in a town that has a... read more
A few different stories exist about the origin of the Jack O' Lantern and carved pumpkin face. Some are grisly and some are funny. This Hub presents one version that might raise the hair on the back of your neck, with an other about a man that wanted to become a pumpkin in year and came close to his accomplishment. read more
classic horror movies, horror movies, Vincent Price's career as the "King of Horror Movies" was diverse and long. This complex and intelligent actor was also a talented artist, and a gourmet chef, whose films delighted generations of horror fans. read more
As a child I can recall growing up in a small rural town and
enjoying Halloween as much as I did Christmas. Probably for the first 10 years of my life I believed in fairies,
princesses, Santa Claus, and getting to dress up on Halloween (as a fairy... read more
There's plenty to do to celebrate Halloween in New York City. Here are some of the best New York Halloween events. read more
Hosting a Halloween party this year? Stroll on by for Halloween themed ideas. read more
Hosting a Halloween party and wondering what to make? Try a Bloody Cake! This is an easy to follow recipe which results in a bloddy cake! read more
This is a fat free frosting that is light and extremely versatile. One can easily add food color tinting to it and even flavors without affecting the consistency and ease of spreading. Use it for frosting Halloween cupcakes, birthday cakes, or virtually any type of cake or cupcake you like. read more
Let's see some home made decor and real life scenes from Halloween's past?
Halloween is lurking just around the corner. It’s a night filled with mystery and lore when ghosts and goblins and creatures of all description and size come out to taunt and haunt. A tradition of celebration dating back more than 2000 years,... read more
Buy kids costumes online :Looking for Halloween costumes for kids? Here are some of the best costumes and ideas. Where can I buy Halloween costumes for kids? read more
Like a good ghost story? This article retells some of the most popular Dartmoor ghost stories in a contemporary way. read more
Halloween is no longer just for kids. Not only are adults dressing up in costumes but the are buying and outfitting their dogs with Halloween costumes as well. Halloween is big business and costumes for pets is a growing part of that business. read more
We've had such a resounding response to this week's Extreme Halloween HubMob, that we had to start a second round up hub. This is extreme Halloween II. read more
I am writing about my first Halloween experiience in the U.S.
Ghosts, goblins and other spirits have always been a part of the Halloween tradition since the time the ancient Celts in Ireland started the Halloween tradition with the belief that Halloween was an evening on which the wall between the world of the... read more
Halloween which was a very big celebration in the western,
was never been a part of Filipino tradition until recently. When I was a kid I
would just hear some of my aunt attending Halloween parties, but it was never a
big deal before, unlike now... read more
Halloween costumes ideas. I was wondering what would have happened if my childhood stories had had a different ending. What if Snow White had been Snow Fright; Cinderella was kinkier and became SINderella and Sleeping Beauty would just wake up as a Creeping Beauty... read more
Halloween is annual
holiday celebrated on 31 Oct every year. However the day is not celebrated
around the globe, Halloween is celebrated mostly in such as Europe,
Japan, South America, Australia, and other parts of East Asia. The common... read more
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