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Mischief Night is an informal holiday on which certain children and teens engage in pranks and minor vandalism. Contents. [hide]. 1 Historical background; 2 ...

simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mischief_night

Mischief night is a tradition in some parts of the world; a night when people do mischief to their neighbours. This is usually 30 October, the day before Halloween.

time.com/4093505/mischief-night-history

Oct 30, 2015 ... An irate householder waving his fist at a group of mischief makers who hung his garden gate on a lamppost to celebrate Leeds Mischief Night, ...

metro.co.uk/2016/11/02/what-and-when-is-mischief-night-6230766

Nov 2, 2016 ... Mischief Day dates back centuries to when children in the 1700s would play pranks on one another.

www.ibtimes.com/what-mischief-night-why-we-celebrate-halloween-eve-pranks-2149445

Oct 29, 2015 ... Mischief Night, Devil's Night, even Cabbage Night -- whatever you call the night before Halloween, it has a special history that veers into the ...

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Oct 29, 2016 ... Mischief Night is an annual night of – just as it says on the tin – mischief. Its history can be traced back to the 1800s and usually involves ...

www.nj.com/bergen/index.ssf/2014/10/mischief_night_cabbage_night_goosey_night_what_does_it_all_mean.html

Oct 30, 2014 ... Mischief Night is straightforward enough. Halloween and Mischief Night have their roots in both Samhain—the Celtic New Year—and the ...

www.mydailyrecord.com/eedition/community/2016/10/28/what-is-mischief-night

Oct 28, 2016 ... While Halloween is well-known, Mischief Night is more mysterious. The origins of Mischief Night, sometimes called Devil's Night, Cabbage ...

holidayinsights.com/moreholidays/October/mischiefnight.htm

October 30 Holiday Mischief Night is today, errrr tonight! It is an evening to participate in harmless (please) mischief.

mentalfloss.com/article/59777/why-it-called-mischief-night

But for people in the Philadelphia and New Jersey area, the evening before All Hallow's Eve is known as "Mischief Night," a celebration of pranks and light ...