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We're getting ready for a big Halloween bash!
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Make jack-o'-lanterns out of the pumpkins for these wacky witches!
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The full moon rises and shines an eerie light on the old house that harbors ghostly guests!
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Strange happenings in the middle of the night!
Scarecrows come alive in the Halloween fog and visit the graveyard!
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has many religious and cultural beginnings.
Some churches claim Halloween is a trilogy of celebrations, dating Allhallowtide to the first millennium.
Allhallowtide completed the Triduum of Death: All Hallows Eve, All Hallows and All Souls.
Three witches cackle and caw over a bubbling brew!
What strange ingredients will they plop into their cauldron?
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It was believed that on All Hallows Eve, the portal of communication with the afterlife was more accessible than other times of the year, despite many religions that reject this notion.
Townsfolk would dawn masks to hide their identity during the solemn, hoping their disguise would thwart the evil spirits who would otherwise spook them in the physical realm.
Old dead trees moan and groan, a warning to the weary traveler.
Candy Corn is a Fall tradition.
These Printable Downloads are yours to color on Halloween - or any time you're in the mood for supernatural coloring fun!
Why were Halloween costumes invented?
The further you go back in time, the more spooky, creepy, and shocking Halloween costumes look.
The level of imagination surrounding Halloween has been sterilized since the days of yore.
Big-box stores provide us with gobs of choices and specialty boutiques are stocking the same kind of merchandise.
Perhaps Halloween held more significance to folks of yesteryear - when they made their own costumes.
It seems that, before the 1940s, Halloween was not family friendly party time.
Costumes expressed a genuine horror of the undead and strange entities that roam the earth in search of souls to eat.
There was a time when Halloween festivals were an effort to bridge the boundaries of reality and the netherworld.
To protect the soul from the season of afterlife.
Folks used to make costumes that echoed their fears - not pop culture icons.
All Hallows was a festival of disguises.
To go about incognito.
To mimic evil entities crossing into the physical realm.
To deceive them. To trick them into thinking you were one of them.
To go unnoticed through the doors of purgatory as a radical entity rather than a fresh and juicy human spirit.
To carry on unmolested to your final place of rest.
Such is the origin of the Halloween Costume.
Certainly, when people invented their own costumes from scratch and imagination, the results were surprising and outrageous! Of course, the same holds true today, though most folks simply buy a nifty pre-made getup.
Still, the proliferation of hobby and craft outlets provide unlimited inspiration - and there are plenty of folks who uphold the tradition of unique ensemble for Halloween!
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full of surprises and weird characters, we hope this picture of a cute vampire kid
flapping his wings over Transylvania will convince you that this is the Halloween
Coloring Book for you!
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A Halloween crossword puzzle - and fun spooky cartoons to color!
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Faceless zombies and ghastly ghouls!
What hideous facial features can you come up with to make them even scarier?
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We're making a new book for Halloween featuring the most infamous monsters from 1950s movies! It's going to be a doozie!
In the meantime, sink your crayons or pencils into this monster!
The hideous mutant creature that stalks the ruins of atomic fallout in
1955's Day The World Ended!
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(or a monster-loving pal you happen to know )!
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If you prefer more traditional Halloween monsters,
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The oldest tale about the Jack-o'-lantern is the Irish legend of Stingy Jack.
Jack was a mean, miserly, malicious trickster, and he knew the Devil well.
One night, Jack invited Mr. Devil to a tavern for a drink.
But Jack had no intention of paying for a few saucy brews.
He persuaded the drunken devil to turn himself into a coin.
Rather than passing the coin on to his servers, Jack walked out with the coin - in the same pocket as his holy crucifix.
The Devil was now trapped, in the form of a coin, lying aside a crucifix he could no longer shape-shift.
Imprisoned in Stingy Jack's pocket, Mr. Devil informed Jack that his soul was no better off by this trick.
Jack set Mr. Devil free in exchange for exile from Hell - but only for the remainder of the calender year.
By the year's end,Jack harbored a desire to extend the contract when the two met under an exotic tree with luscious fruit.
Jack told Mr. Devil that he was in poor health - so he could not climb the tree.
When The Devil went up the tree for the fruit, Jack carved a crucifix into the tree trunk.
The Devil was Jack's hostage again.
Jack bargained that he would cut the tree down in exchange for The Devil's word on permanent exile from Hell.
Mr. Devil agreed and StingyJack died the very next day.
Heaven would not have him and Jack had nowhere to turn, but to Mr. Devil,
who gave him a handful of burning coal and sent him back to Earth.
Jack was imprisoned in a forest, as ghosts often were in those days.
Jack put the burning coals in a hollowed out turnip. A lantern, his only possession.
Stingy Jack's ghost became known as Jack of the Lantern.
Jack of the lantern would venture out of the woods and peer into windows, longing for a place to rest his soul.
Townsfolk carved frowny faces into their turnips and potatoes in hopes of warding off the Jack-o'-lantern.
Pumpkins have since become the de facto Jack-o'-lantern talisman.
The Halloween tradition of thwarting despicable spirits lives on.
Your Halloween household is not safe without a Jack-o'-lantern or two!
You can decide on Jack of the Lantern's ghastly expression!
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Imagine this creepy monkey kid coming to visit you!
He's waiting on your doorstep - in the middle of the night!
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Early records claim Christians absorbed some Celtic practices in order to convert folks without war. Cultures would make peace treaties through religious constructs. Subjugating each other's faith, compromising in a stalemate - then war, anyway.
The war may end, but the mix of culture and religion is never erased.
All Hallows festivals changed from thwarting evil spirits to donning spooky get-ups and extorting home owners of treats, threatening them with tricks if they don't give up the goods.
Can you complete all of these wicked words?
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Scotland, Poland, and Britain held the tradition of guising in the 1600s,
basically door-to-door costume plays in exchange for gifts or food.
The plays weren't all for amusement. People were afraid of religious repercussions in the old world.
Religious saints were taken seriously and these plays were intended to exorcise the home of unwelcome spirits.
Here's another spooky word puzzle right out of our new
Halloween Coloring Book!
Whether you (or somebody you know) likes to solve mixed up messages
or just color funny characters, this is a classic Halloween coloring page!
Around the 1940s, the three-part celebration of All Hallows Eve, All Hallows, and All Souls, was denounced by a Pope somewhere along the way. Favoring new Halloween rituals, All Hallows Eve was turned into Halloween.
Until recently, kids in Scotland and Ireland would spend the night asking townsfolk to "Help the Halloween Party!"
Around 1999, they added the famous American phrase "Trick or Treat!" to their Halloween Shenanigans.
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When the weather turns cool and the leaves start to fall, it's a tradition to fill a saucer with Candy Corn. Set beside a small pumpkin, a dish of corns is the quintessential Autumn decoration.
This display is befitting 'til December - or 'til the pumpkin rots, whichever comes first. LOL!
Mellowcreme confections shaped like bite size, pumpkins, chestnuts, turnips, corncobs and clover leaves began in the1880s when candy companies cooked up corn syrup, carnauba wax and water.
Wunderle Candy company innovated the molding process to produce segmented colors.
It turned out to be a big hit!
They branded the tri-colored candy 'Chicken Feed' for ten years.
Chicken Feed wasn't sold for Holidays or spooky traditions, it was penny candy is all.
Jelly Belly Candy, formerly known in 1898 as Goelitz Candy, branded their version of the tri-colored treat 'Candy Corn'.
Many other companies have made similar products since then.
Trick or treating gained massive popularity in the late 1940s.
The Candy Corn was so conveniently packaged, it was the perfect hand out treat.
The corns have surpassed candy status - becoming a decoration.
From Chicken Feed to Halloween Icon, Candy Corn! Candy Corn!
Many folks rate the famous mellowcreme treat "the worst tasting candy"!
But, hey - some folks don't even like Halloween!
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America isn't the only continent that enjoys a good Halloween celebration. It's amazing how different places
throughout the world interpreted Halloween.
Many cultures, continents, countries, cities and towns throw Halloween festivals and parades.
Most folks have fun preparing Halloween costumes and then sharing them in attendance of huge gatherings
with others who don their own creative get-ups.
Halloween festivals, parties, parades, competitions and celebrations are some of the most anticipated events we
engage in as a collective society. Here are some favorites from around the world.
New York's Village Halloween Parade gathers over fifty thousand folks every year.
Designating it more than a festival, the Big Apple claims it as a municipal liturgy and the largest Halloween
manifestation on earth.
New York Cities creative and spooky procession in Greenwich Village runs up Sixth Ave from Spring St
to 16th St in Manhattan where zombies, ghouls, ghost, witches, monsters, robots, jedis and giant puppets
take to the streets for frightful happenings.
Participating in the procession is free, but a costume is mandatory.
Derry, the second biggest city in Northern Ireland, originally began as a modest costume party in 1985
but has grown into a four day audacious and astounding Halloween extravaganza.
Drawing thousands of spectators, Derry's "Halloween City" October 31st celebration is huge and includes music,
dance, circus, and throngs of costumed performers flowing through the streets.
The event grows every year, with 5 themed zones and fireworks.
One of the main attractions is a 17th century city wall that turns into “Awakening of the Walls”
bringing it to life with various spooky, colourful characters and animated projections along the perimeter.
Workshops include pumpkin carving, costume decorating, make-up courses, spooky doll designs.
At Waterloo Place, The Food Village brings together the very best local street food and
autumn snacks that the city offers.
The pinnacle of the event is the carnival parade, a blend of circus and carnival acts,
street performers and dance groups.
Five hundred thousand people are anticipated to attend the West Hollywood Halloween Carnival,
one of the biggest Halloween street celebrations the world over.
This fright fest takes place in “The Creative City”of West Hollywood.
It stretches for more than a mile along Santa Monica Boulevard and Historic Route 66.
The California Carnaval is rooted in the City's foundation of West Hollywood, mirroring its diverse
culture and community.
Each year, the event is a gathering of phenomenal costumes, entertainment, culture, and self-expression
with a myriad of observers, revelers, exhibitionists, and performers.
This enchanted realm of hues, vigor, and unusual people includes food trucks, artists, live music bands, DJs,
celebrities, and six performance stages.
The finest Hawaiian Halloween celebration, dubbed “Mardi Gras of the Pacific,” is held on
Front Street in Lahania, claiming to be one of the best streets in America.
The largest party of its kind in the entire Aloha State, and the most celebrated holiday on Maui.
Live music, face painting, cruises, children's march parade, Keiki ghost stories, costume contests are
among Halloween's primary events.
Every year on October 31st, Maui decorates for ghouls and goblins and welcomes fifty thousand folks
to participants in their fervent, joyous, spooky holiday event!
St. Helens, Oregon is the original location of Disney channels 1997 production and film Halloweentown.
Beginning on September 17 and running till October 31.
Every weekend, there are special attractions.
Hop aboard the Spirit of Halloweentown Train and travel to special event decorated houses or
ride the spooky shuttle and find the hidden Spirit of Halloweentown.
Also on the agenda is Oregon's resident alien, hunted houses, ride across the river to Sand Island to see
incredible pumpkin carvings, then stroll through the Pumpkin Plaza and stop by the mermaid attraction.
Don't forget to drop by the Festival of Fairies.
For the car guys, rev up your engines at the Haunting Hot Rod rally to witness some rubber burn.
Bone fires, costume contests, parades, live music, ghost stories, scavenger hunts, tasty candy excursions and much more frightful buffoonery for the whole family all month long.
This isn't quite a traditional Halloween festival. Japan has just recently started their own version of
the dead coming to life.
Japanese Culture has no heritage to hang thier hat on so they made up their own celebration to honor
the East's famous party day. Thier culture disregards the traditional Halloween disguises and basically throws
a drunken cost play parade.
It's reported that this is one of the wildest experiences to witness by Easterners that have dared to visit
Japan on the spookiest day of the year and doesn't resemble Halloween at all.
Halloween in the Czech Republic is quickly becoming a popular holiday, due to the high number of Americans
and other foreigners living there.
Prague, being established in the old world, is undoubtedly one of Europe's most mysteriously gothic
cities. Truthfully, it doesn't need to be Halloween to get a feel for its ominous ancestry.
Halloween enthusiasts have fun in Prague, the city has spine chilling local legends, haunted cemeteries,
and even a torture museum.
One such mysterious local legend is vampires that made their home in Prague.
Of course, Czech locals emphasize this supernatural antiquity for Halloween.
There are plenty of family friendly spooktacular events in the Republic, but they have made a
monster mash out of The Bloody Sexy Halloweekend at SaSaZu for adults only.
With over 5,000 attendees each year. It got so popular that the organizers expanded it to Brno,
the second-largest city in Czechia, and Bratislava in Slovakia.
The Bloody Sexy Halloweekend has revolutionized Halloween in the Czech Republic.
Transylvania, could there be a more iconic place to visit for Halloween? After all, Dracula actually lived here.
According to old tales, Transylvania graves have been home to Strigoi or roaming spirits who rise from the ground.
Romania doesn't have trick or treat, but the kids have been warming up to it in recent times.
There is no traditional Halloween culture celebrated in Transylvania, but they have for years hung their hat on the
mysterious history of Vlad the impaler with guided tours, day trips, private tours and adventures through the enchanted haunted forests and creepy ol' graveyards that are literally the landscape of this region of Romania.
The Mexican population does not celebrate Halloween.
Every year, on October 31, Dia de Los Muertos or Day of the Dead is celebrated for three days.
Mexicans firmly hold that on this day, the dead come back to earth to spend three days with their loved ones.
Every city honours the deceased differently. You will be welcomed in Oaxaca by altar displays of
vibrant flowers, skull and bones, as well as streets crowded with locals dancing with bizarre make up
and costumes that differ from American celebrations.
Halloween in Mexico is undoubtedly a unique experience.
Nobody does Halloween quite like Salem, Massachusetts. Home of the 1692 Salem Witch Trials.
Salem is known for its spooky hysteria.
The city welcomes more than a half-million visitors to celebrate the heart-stopping nightmare
season with parades, vendor fairs and a bit of magic.
Once you're in Salem, the question is, do you want to hit all of the tourist spots via guided tour or
do you want to try perilous luck visiting the maleficent legendary occult city ALONE?
Either way, here is a short list of chilling, creepy, eerie, supernatural places you will encounter along the way.
New England is one of the most beautiful places in the world to visit during fall.
Salem is no exception, and has something to offer everybody during the spookfest season,
if you're lucky enough to survive a visit to Salem Massachusetts this October Halloween season, AAAHA HA HA HAAA!
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