There is nothing funny about Halloween This sarcastic Festival reflects rather an infernal demand For revenge By children in the adult world.

As the darkness now draws near, See the cycle of the year, as the light now Goes within, Let the hallows dance began.

Halloween superstitions   

Some religions believe that on the night of 31st of October the boundaries between the worlds of the living and the dead overlap And the dead will rise from the grave and cores destruction and havoc.

Superstition like Black cats,bats, and candles all have a role in this too.

The black cat, triditions say that if you come across a black cat it's bad luck, and back in the dark ages they were considered witches in disguise.

Bats, one superstition about the bat is if a bat would enter your home It means sprits live there. And if a bat flew around our home 3 times there would be a death.

Candles, One myth says if a candle flam suddenly turns blue ther is a ghost near by or if it suddenly flickers Or goes out there are ghosts or sprits in that area.

The Samhain festival

The scent festival call Samhain ( pronounced sah-win) celebrates The end of harvest season. Samhain, Gaelic festival marks the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter or the "darker half" of the year. They start celebrating when the sun sets on October the 31.