Halloween is celebrated on the night of October 31st when young children usually dress up in something “scary” and visit homes collecting lots of sweets. The pumpkin custom has its roots in the old Irish myth of Jack. On Halloween, pumpkins are carved into scary faces which are called Jack-o-lanterns because they put candles inside. Everybody has a great time having fun at parties scaring each other and playing games. Many like watching scary movies and listening to spooky stories. Halloween is a tradition that everyone enjoys.

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