By: Cameron Cherry
Halloween is celebrated on October 31, the day before All Saints Day. It is celebrated mostly by children who dress up as goblins and ghouls or other characters. People also put out pumpkins that are carved that are called Jack-o-Lanterns. Halloween marks the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter. It was first All Hallows Even, but later it was shortened to Halloween.
It was originally started in Ireland and it was started by the Celts. The Celts believed in a god named Samhain who was the lord of the dead.
Advice for Halloween: Do not trick-or-treat alone. Always go in a group or with an adult. Do not go to houses with the lights turned off. Do not eat candy that is open or is not in it's wrapper. Do not go in a person's house. Do not get in a person's car if they ask you if you want a ride home. Follow all of these directions and have a happy Halloween.
A Jack-o-Lantern the that is carved to look like Jack Skelington.
Superman halloween costume.
Reasons for parents to take their child's halloween candy.