Halloween is a celebration in some countries on October 31 th, the eve of Western Christianity celebrating Halloween. It began a three-day dedicated memorial, which commemorates the dead, including saints (saints), martyrs and all faithful dead.
It is widely believed that many of the festival traditions originated from the harvest festivals of the ancient Celtics, especially Gail's Day Samhain; which may have pagan roots; Samhain itself was transformed into Halloween by the early church Christianity. However, some people think Halloween begins just as a Christian holiday, not an ancient holiday like Samhain.
Halloween activities include prank or healing (or related camouflage and soul), Halloween costume parties, pumpkin lanterns carved into pumpkin lanterns, bonfires, apple swings, divination games, hoax, visits to haunted attractions, horror stories, and horror movies. In many parts of the world, religious observances of all Christian holy nights, including church ceremonies and lighting candles on the graves of the dead, remain popular, although elsewhere it is a more commercial and secular celebration.