Mischief Night is an informal holiday on which children and teens engage in
pranks and minor vandalism. It is most commonly held on November 4, just
before Guy Fawkes Night. Contents. [hide]. 1 Hist...
Oct 29, 2015 ... Traditional tricks on the English version of Mischief Night used to involve ... As the
custom made its way to America, it became associated with ...
Oct 29, 2008 ... The night of Oct. 30 is called Devil's Night in Detroit and Miggy Night in parts ...
sister tradition that is not quite as old (but a yearly custom all the same) is ...
Causing mischief has been a part of the Halloween tradition since the ...
Oct 30, 2014 ... Cabbage Night stems from an old Scottish tradition, according to "Framingham
Legends," ... Jersey sure has some strange customs / traditions.
Oct 28, 2010 ... tradition of trick or treating stems from Yorkshire's own Mischief Night. ... to the US
during the Industrial Revolution, the custom crossed the Atlantic with them. "A lot
of Hallowe'en traditions started in the UK," says Fright Night's ...
The inside scoop on jack-o'-lanterns and other Halloween traditions. by Shmuel
... In late 18th century America, Halloween was a night for mischief and pranks.
Nov 2, 2008 ... Centuries-old tradition refuses to die out despite the rise of Halloween's trick or
Traditions and festivals in November include All Saints Day, All Souls Day,
Mischief Night ... The 4th November is called Mischief Night in some parts of the
country. ... Here it was the farmer's custom to provide a cakes-and-ale feast for
Traditional Halloween celebrations and customs in England and the rest of Great
Britain. ... Halloween in England was first known as Mischief Night.
For example the custom of 'trick or treat' originated in England as 'Mischief Night'
when children declared one 'lawless night' of unpunished pranks (usually May ...