Mischief Night is an informal holiday on which children and teens engage in
pranks and minor .... What does it all mean?". NJ.com. Retrieved October 30,
Oct 30, 2015 ... References to the Halloween-related tradition of Mischief Night start appearing in
U.S. newspapers in the 1930s and '40s, with celebrants ...
Oct 29, 2015 ... Now the night is associated with pranks such as smashing pumpkins, tee-peeing
houses with toilet paper and forking lawns. Mischief Night did ...
Oct 28, 2014 ... What Do You Call the Night Before Halloween? ... night before Halloween, and it
may not even have occurred to you that anyone does. ... The two leading
contenders are mischief night and devil's night, which were chosen, ...
Oct 30, 2013 ... We were surprised that not everyone calls it Mischief Night. ... Did it not have a
name that you can recall? ... That's when town leaders started throwing candy at
their youth to make them stop setting things on fire or whatever it ...
c. mischief night (10.84%) d. cabbage night (1.68%) e. goosy night (0.37%) f.
devil's night (11.13%) g. devil's eve (0.78%) h. I have no word for this (70.38%)
October 30 Holiday Mischief Night is today, errrr tonight! It is an evening to
participate in harmless (please) mischief.
Oct 29, 2014 ... Nowadays, Mischief Night is especially popular in pockets where Irish and
Scottish immigration was common — in northeastern United States ...
Oct 30, 2013 ... What is commonly referred to as cabbage night, or mischief night in the ... Most
agree that the observance of Cabbage Night began in the Middle Ages. ...
citizens (usually those who did not give out candy the year before).
History of Devil's Night in Detroit on October 30th each year, including change to
Angel's Night and origins in common with Mischief and Cabbage Night.