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History Of Halloween

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What is the origin of Halloween?

What is the origin of Halloween?

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  • 1.
    • Halloween is a festival that takes place on October 31.
    What is halloween?
  • 2. What is halloween?
    • In the United States, children wear costumes on Halloween and go trick-or-treating.
  • 3.
    • Many people put light into the pumpkins.
    The parties
  • 4.
    • Halloween parties feature such activities as fortunetelling, storytelling about ghosts and witches, and bobbing for apples.
    The parties The parties
  • 5.
    • Halloween developed from ancient new year festivals and festivals of the dead.
    What is the History of Halloween?
  • 6. What is the History of Halloween?
    • The Celtic festival of Samhain is probably the source of the present-day Halloween celebration.
    • The Celts lived more than 2,000 years ago in what is now the United Kingdom, Ireland, France and northern Spain.
  • 7. What is the History of Halloween?
    • On the evening of the festival, the Druids, who were the priests and teachers of the Celts, ordered the people to put out their hearth fires.
  • 8.
    • They burned animals, crops, and possibly even human beings as sacrifices.
    What is the History of Halloween?