Everyone knows that witches in all their forms are a huge part of Halloween. We dress in witch costumes, serve cookies and cakes shaped like witch hats at our parties, and decorate our houses and yards with them. And late on Halloween night, we scare ourselves with movies about them. They are a much beloved and historical part of almost every Halloween celebration.
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Please, No Underwear Pulling This Holiday Season…
Surprisingly, the history of halloween masks and costumes is pretty simple. Continue reading Part 1 of 2: A Short History Of The Halloween Mask…
Samhain…”The Night Of Death!”
The current name comes from “All Hallows Eve” but like other celebrations such as Christmas and Easter, the roots of the celebration go back to Pagan times to the holiday of “Samhain” (pronounced Sah-ween) which signified the end of summer.
Continue reading 31 DAYS OF HALLOWEEN: Day 2…”Is Halloween Really A Lore?”