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History And Origin of Halloween - Our Scary Holiday Beginnings

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Halloween's origins are, in fact, very Christian. Halloween falls on October 31 because of a Pope, and its observances are the result of medieval Catholic piety.

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The Book of Hallowe'en by Ruth Edna Kelley - Read Online - Download eBook - FREE KINDLE - The first on the history of Halloween, lore from many lands, May's Walpurgis Night. Illustrated/photos. Comprehensive bibliography of Halloween books through this link: http://halloween.lisamorton.com/books.html

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The Origin of Halloween—Where Does It Come From?

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Celebration of Halloween Skeleton Cats Original Folk Art Painting

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Samhain - the Celtic origin of Halloween

Superstitious beliefs - * Burning a candle inside a jack-o-lantern on Halloween keeps evil spirits and demons away.

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The origin of Halloween lies in Celtic Ireland The history behind Halloween The dark side of Halloween How our ancestors celebrated 31 October

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Perfect for your Halloween decor, check out our DIY Skull Wall tutorial, inspired by the set of Everyman Theatre’s production of “The Understudy.” The original skull wall was designed by Daniel Ettinger, Everyman’s Resident Scenic Designer and executed by Jill Mathews our Resident Props Master. Jill researched and was inspired by pictures of French catacombs and the Sedlec Ossuary. Here is a simplified tutorial to help you make your own skull wall!

Perfect for your Halloween decor, check out our DIY Skull Wall tutorial, inspired by the set of Everyman Theatre’s production of “The Understudy.” The original skull wall was designed by Daniel Ettinger, Everyman’s Resident Scenic Designer and executed by Jill Mathews our Resident Props Master. Jill researched and was inspired by pictures of French catacombs and the Sedlec Ossuary. Here is a simplified tutorial to help you make your own skull wall!

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An Early Molded and Cut Tin Halloween Candle Lantern, in the form of a jack-o-lantern with traces of the original orange painted finish, late 19th c., Ht. 9 ½". Sold at Northeast Auctions August 6, 2011.

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