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All Hallows Eve? No, that’s tomorrow. This is Halloween Eve, although there really is no such thing. We are just here on another Monday, the saddest day of the week, trying to make life a little more exciting.
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Another year has come and gone and you are poised for what could be another Ground Hog’s day experience where you simply do the same thing you did last year and bring those orange frosted cookies to work and then sit home with bag of candy that you eat half of waiting for trick or treaters to ring the doorbell. How about something new and exciting this year?
Groups of kids running around banging on doors and getting a bunch of candy? Who thinks up this crap? Turns out the Irish and Scottish may be to blame for your hefty Halloween candy bill.
Most haunted houses are thought to be terrorized by either the deceased who may create some eerie but largely benign noises, or evil spirits often referred to as demons who have a much more maleficent and sinister desire for vengeance.
Being fearful and afraid doesn’t sound like a whole lot of fun, so why do we watch horror movies, jump out of airplanes, and go all out on Halloween to scare the crap out of ourselves?
People have long been suspicious of the Ouija Board and whether it is a conduit to the great beyond. Many believe disgruntled and evil spirits utilize the Ouija to send messages and reach across to our world in order to terrorize the innocent once more.
Friday the 13th typically only comes around twice a year, and what better month for it to occur than in October. Friday the 13th inspired the now famous horror movie series starring the villain Jason Voorhees and his hockey mask bringing nightmares to viewers around the world.
Every generation has horror movies that stand out and some that even become legend. Many of these movies were about haunted houses that drove people mad or killed them.
Most of us have had sat around with friends and told stories of the supernatural that we have heard, and a surprising number of people have their own personal experiences that have happened to them.
October is here and it is time to gear up for that odd holiday we have come to love – Halloween. We figured we would research where it all started and it turns out the origins date back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain (pronounced sow-in).
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