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Halloween, celebrated every October 31st, is a fusion of ancient traditions, spooky myths, and modern festivities.But how much do we really know about this eerie holiday?Dive deep into our carefully curated Halloween facts to uncover the truth behind the masks and the mystery beneath the candy wrappers.
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Historical Origins: Halloween's roots trace back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, where people lit bonfires and wore costumes to ward off ghosts and spirits. Jack-o’-Lanterns: Originally, jack-o'-lanterns were made from turnips. It was only when the tradition moved to America that pumpkins, a more abundant crop, became the face of this Halloween craft. Candy Craze: Did you know the average American consumes about 3.4 pounds of candy over the Halloween period? Witches and Brooms: The iconic image of a witch riding a broomstick has its origins in medieval folklore. Discover the tales that gave rise to this timeless symbol. Worldwide Celebrations: While it's big in the U.S., Halloween is celebrated differently around the world. Explore traditions from Mexico's Day of the Dead to China's Hungry Ghost Festival. To add your personal touch, you can replace the text, modify color schemes, change font style, and more. Plus, it can easily be saved as a PDF or PNG file. To give this template a try, log in to Piktochart.