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Halloween Party held on October 31, is the feast of All Hallow's Eve (Eve of All Saints Day) and the night the dead rise from their graves and take to the streets to scare people . United States on the night of October 31. It's a costume party, games, toys, candies, candy, etc.. Tradition is Trick or treat (trick or treat) that is going through the doors of the houses asking for candy, children are disguised and threaten the owners of the house to throw eggs if not give them candy. Parties take place at home and in shops and public places. Party of Terror.

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Halloween is celebrated on October 31, has its origin in the Anglo world, in the Latin world that day is prior to All Saints, Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead, is celebrated in many countries in different ways. Screensaver Halloween pumpkins, which are the most common decorating this holiday season. The pumpkins are carved to look like faces of terror, with forms of monsters, grotesque faces with a large mouth and teeth, inside put a candle or a light to create more effect. Witches, zombies, vampires, mummies, the dead, wizards, ghosts are the most common costume this time. The houses are decorated with pumpkins, ghosts, tombstones, spider webs, spiders and bats to scare visitors. This festival began in the United States, but today is celebrated worldwide and has been adopted by virtually all countries. The protagonist of this party is Jack-o'-lantern, which is the name of a carved pumpkin head shape.