History Of Halloween

Started from Celtic harvest festivals Halloween has grown to be a festival celebrated by millions of Christians around the globe. All the customs we see today are suspected to be influenced by the folk and custom beliefs of Celtic-speaking countries.
This holiday on 31 October is also known as All Hallows' Eve (meaning the evening before All Hallows' Day), because it is celebrated before All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day (also known as All Saints' or All Souls' Day).
The development of artifacts and symbols with Halloween has grown over time to make the scary symbolic gesture look real.
Children traditionally go trick-or-treating on Halloween. To get candy or money, children in costumes go from house to house, asking, "Trick or treat?" If no threats are given, the children threaten to damage the home or its contents.

Legends Of Halloween

Black Cats Getting Killed By Satanists

The rumor goes that Satanists sacrifice live black cats on Halloween Eve, even though it would not be wise to truly trust them. Some animal shelters prohibit the adoption of cats during or right before Halloween because of this theory, though no evidence has been proven.

Campus Murder Predictions

Some famous psychics declare on TV that a mass murder will occur on an unspecified campus on Halloween. Starting in the late 1960s, it persisted until at least 1998. As well as the TV show in question, the psychic in question varied as well. The rumor was false in each case, and there were no campus massacres on Halloween. Perhaps a lot of drunk students dressed up as ghosts, but no massacres.