What Day Was Halloween in 1914?

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In 1934, Halloween was on Saturday October 31st. Normally, Halloween is a holiday which is annually celebrated on October 31st. Most people have Halloween parties on or around this date in which the hosts and guests dress up as skeletons, ghosts or other scary figures. Symbols of Halloween are like pumpkins, bats and spiders.
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