Symbolic To Halloween

Halloween:--Symbolic To Halloween

Witches

By | 2016-10-22T00:16:20+00:00 October 22nd, 2016|Categories: Origins Of The Witch|Tags: , , , |

ѕоmе time, I realized she wаѕ getting agitated аѕ she wаѕ moving hеr hands аbоut іn frustration; she even raised hеr voice а little. I increased mу pace аnd reached thе door tо mу house, аѕ I stopped tо take thе keys оut оf mу bag, I looked bасk. Thіѕ іѕ whеn I saw thаt

Why are Black Cats Symbolic of Halloween?

By | 2016-10-19T22:57:09+00:00 October 19th, 2016|Categories: Origins of Black Cats|

Halloween Cats & Halloween Thе wind wаѕ making weird sounds thіѕ full moon night. It blew against thе trees pushing wіth аll іtѕ might іn аn effort tо pull іt оut оf іtѕ roots. But thе trees stood steadfast аnd moved thеіr branches аbоut, аѕ іf tо scare thе wind away. Thеrе furthеr uр thе

Fun Facts About Jack O’Lanterns

By | 2013-06-24T18:37:21+00:00 June 24th, 2013|Categories: Halloween Stats & Facts, Origin of Jack O'Lanterns, Origins of Carving Pumpkins|

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 Wouldn’t Be the Same Without Skeletons

By | 2013-04-17T03:48:30+00:00 April 17th, 2013|Categories: Origin Of Skeletons|

Skeletons are everywhere around Halloween. Skeleton decorations, skeleton baskets, bags and buckets are all over in stores for holding candy. There are plastic skeletons to hang on doors and realistic skeletons to frighten people in outdoor yard displays. But have you ever wondered why skeletons are so popular for Halloween? Skeletons are creepy because they

The Origins of the Headless Horseman

By | 2013-03-06T03:07:07+00:00 March 6th, 2013|Categories: Origins of the Headless Horseman|

The Headless Horseman is one of the most iconic characters associated with Halloween. The Headless Horseman is a literary character who comes from the Legend of Sleepy Hollow. In the Legend of Sleepy Hollow a poor schoolteacher named Ichabod Crane is courting the daughter of one of the wealthy businessmen in the small town of

Why Pop Culture Has Embraced Zombies

By | 2012-11-30T16:28:39+00:00 November 30th, 2012|Categories: Origins Of Zombies|

For a long time zombies occupied the same niche as vampires, aliens and other monsters in popular culture. They were relegated to the ranks of horror films, and usually B movies instead of more popular and higher budget A list films. George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead, which is considered by most experts and

Why We Can’t Get Enough Ghosts

By | 2010-01-15T17:12:11+00:00 January 15th, 2010|Categories: Origin Of Ghosts|Tags: , , , |

The wild success of the indie film Paranormal Activity proved beyond the shadow of a doubt that Americans love ghosts. It's no secret that people love a good scare, which is why horror films in general are so popular, but humans have a special attraction to ghosts and ghost stories. Paranormal Activity, a mocumentary ghost

Vampire Fact and Fiction

By | 2009-11-19T01:05:35+00:00 November 19th, 2009|Categories: Origin Of Vampires|Tags: , , , , |

With the popularity of vampire shows and movies such as Twilight,  New Moon and True Blood, the subject of vampires have been discussed a lot recently. Vampires have gone mainstream these days, but for hundreds of years vampires have inspired real terror among the populations of different areas.  Throughout the world people have feared the

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