Pumpkin Patch Pranking

Halloween, celebrated on Oct. 31, originally started as nothing more than an autumn harvest festival. Today, the holiday is associated with ghosts, costumes and, of course, candy. It has long been thought that Halloween is the one day of the year the dead can return to earth.

Halloween was actually a Celtic holiday. It was originally called Samhain meaning “end of summer”. In ancient Celtic Ireland, October 31st marked the official end of summer.

Thanks, Ursarodinia

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