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martacosta22 All the people in England eat pumkin for dinner
martacosta22 Nowadays people put pumkins with faces in their houses
martacosta22 Are you proud about your knowledge of Halloween?
martacosta22 All right, You are ready now to dress up with your friends...
martacosta22 ...and enjoy the most horrifying night in the year
martacosta22 Look out!
martacosta22 What do you know about Halloween?
martacosta22 Halloween is traditionally celebrated on the night of 31st October,the night before All Saint's Day
martacosta22 In England Halloween was called 'All Hallow's Eve'
martacosta22 On Halloween night all evil spirits stayed at home
martacosta22 Halloween is based on an ancient Celtic holiday and the name 'Halloween' means 'Winter's end'
martacosta22 In past times people puts lamps or lanterns outside their houses to keep away evil spirits
martacosta22 People believed that witches, ghosts and goblins went around at night looking for a living body
martacosta22 Trick or treat is a game children play at Halloween to play jockes (trick) or get sweets (treat)
martacosta22 Read, blue and black are the colours of Halloween
martacosta22 Black cats are usually Witches' pets
martacosta22 The pumpkin is sometimes called the 'Jack-o-lantern'
martacosta22 On Halloween people dressed up as ghost and witches so that the spirits would not steal their body
martacosta22 People on Halloween drink blood
martacosta22 Skeletons dance on their tumbs on Halloween night
martacosta22 spiders and bats are always white
martacosta22 Winnie the Witch has a black cat called Wilbur