Mischief Night is an informal holiday on which children and teens engage in
pranks and minor vandalism. It is most commonly held on November 4th, just
Oct 29, 2008 ... The night of Oct. 30 is called Devil's Night in Detroit and Miggy Night in parts of
England. Elsewhere it's Mischief Night.
Origin of Mischief Night: Mischief Night appears to have roots in England back to
the nineteenth century. Some documentation and readings has it occurring on ...
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%)
Nov 3, 2009 ... Treacle-smearing, egg-throwing, gate-stealing, it can only mean one thing -
Mischief Night. It is a centuries-old tradition in northern England, ...
Oct 30, 2013 ... What is commonly referred to as cabbage night, or mischief night in the United
States is observed on October 30th, the day before Halloween.
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 ...
Halloween or, in some areas, the night before Halloween, as an occasion for
pranks and minor vandalism by young people. Origin of mischief night. Expand.
A term for the night before Halloween used in Vermont. This night is referred to as
mischief night in many parts of the United States. On Cabbage Night, children ...
Oct 30, 2014 ... The name comes from the UK, where the night is still celebrated in some counties
... Ode to Fun which praises children's tricks on Mischief Night in most approving
terms. ... Nobody seems to agree on the origin of that phrase.