Halloween Season – Worldwide celebrations

Most countries now celebrate October 31st similarly to America. The traditions of trick or treating and dressing up have caught on in various ways, especially in Europe and Asia, where children will go from house to house offering songs or disguises in the hopes of getting candy. You’ll see all the usual displays of pumpkins, black cats, ghosts, skeletons and witches pretty much everywhere you go now. However, some countries do still retain their own versions of Halloween; it is, after all, an international holiday to celebrate the day when the spirit world is closest to ours.

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Ragnar Larsen

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