Why Do Americans Celebrate Halloween?

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Halloween is celebrated on 31st October. Americans celebrate by dressing in costumes and attending masquerade parties. Others tell tales of ghosts and witches. In some parts of America, the tradition of carving pumpkins is still observed.
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Children dress in a costume. Usually they go after 4pm. They wear costume and have a bag. They knock on the door and you say " Trick or Treat! The person gives u candy and u
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More than 2,000 years ago, the Celts in northern Europe celebrated the end of the harvest and set out candles to invite their dead friends and relatives to symbolically join them
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Many parents are uncomfortable with the gruesome aspects of Halloween, but feel
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Originating with the celts they dressed up in costumes on a certain day to ward off spirits and then the catholics came and made a joke of it and it became a backwards tradition.
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Halloween is celebrated with parties, carnivals, by putting up spooky decorations, wearing costumes and trick-or-treating.
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