Halloween goes back far into history. This celebration dates back to the Celtic festival of Samhain. Though was celebrated on November the first as a marking to the end of summer and harvest to the beginning of darkness and the cold winter. Celtics believed that the night before the new year, the boundary between the worlds of the living and the dead became blurred. Releasing those mischievous ghosts who would damage crops and cause trouble. The celebration of Halloween was . . .
Ever wondered why we are actually celebrating Halloween, other than it’s a good reason to dress up in fancy costumes and get together with friends and family and have fun? Halloween roots back to Celtic culture in Europe. Being superstitiuous, the Celts believed that in the night following Samhain, the harvest festival, the souls of the dead were out on the streets. To put them in a good mood they left out treats for them. Later on, approx around the . . .