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    • Halloween By, Dylan Hoffman
    • n adj Candy Approximately 598 million pounds or $1.9 billions worth of candy is sold during the Halloween season. Nearly 90 million pounds of the candy sold during Halloween week is chocolate
    • Pumpkins During the Halloween season 18,952 tons of pumpkins are sold. About 1. 5 billion pounds of pumpkins are sold each year. Most of the selling takes place for Halloween.
    • Costumes Anyone can wear costumes like children, teens, young, adults and adults can too and even your pets. There are many costumes out there for anyone to have.
    • Money This year 7 billion dollars have been spent on halloween stuff in 2013 and 2012 8 billion dollars have been spent.
    • Some History of Halloween Halloween started in the 1800’s or about 2,000 years ago when it came popular.
    • Facts about Halloween The original intent of carved pumpkins was to protect themselves from evil spirits. Trick-or-treaters get enough candy to add about 3 pounds to their weight.
    • Fun Facts The world's largest jack-o-lantern weighed 666.32 kg (1,469 lb) and was carved in October 2005 from the world's largest pumpkin (another Guinness World Record). Fastest pumpkin-carving speed? 24.03 seconds (the Guinness World Record).
    • Facts Halloween is thought to have originated around 4000 B.C., which means Halloween has been around for over 6,000 years. Scarecrows, a popular Halloween fixture, symbolize the ancient agricultural roots of the holiday.
    • Sites i used http://facts.randomhistory.com/halloween-facts.html http://www.grandinroad.com/halloween-haven/editorial-content/fun-facts?local=y facts.randomhistory.com/halloween-facts.html
    • Happy Halloween The End