Halloween is now the second most popular holiday in the US. Only Christmas is more popular than Halloween. But it wasn’t always that way. Now people spend over 6 billion dollars every year on Halloween decorations, candy, costumes, and other Halloween items. But Halloween wasn’t even celebrated widely in the US until the late 1920s.
Halloween just wouldn’t be the same without Jack O’ Lanterns. Carving pumpkins into scary faces and artistic designs is a tradition that is as much a part of the holiday as Trick or Treating or wearing costumes. But Jack O’Lanterns , like many other traditions associated with Halloween, have roots in ancient Celtic rituals associated
Halloween is one of the most popular holidays in the American holiday calendar. Halloween costumes have not always been worn. The origins of Halloween go back thousands of years to the Celtic people of Ireland and Britain. The ancient Celts had a different calendar than the one we use today, and on the Celtic calendar
During the crazy frenzy of throwing parties, dressing up and decorating the house, people tend to forget to think about why they love Halloween so much in the first place. All of the candy, costumes, trick or treating and decorations consume most of their energy this holiday and sadly, because of this, the importance of