Brayden Mccoy

Halloween originated from an ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. Back then they believed that the boundaries of the living and the dead merged together on halloween.The Celtics believed that the spirits caused trouble and led to the death of their crops.

The people would build huge bonfires,sacrifice animals and crops,and wear costumes to keep the spirits away.Later on,people would place bowls outside their homes, to keep ghosts away from their houses, to make the ghosts happy and stop them from entering.


   Halloween´s Most Popular Folk-Legends

      Folk-legends have been passed down thru generations, and generations changing throughout history, so buckle up and hold on tight as you hear Halloween most popular Folk-Legends.

Witches- Witches were perceived as evil beings by early Christians in Europe, inspiring the iconic Halloween figure. Photos of witches have been taken throughout history from being seen boiling potions over a cauldron, and flying a magic broom with pointed hats. Nowadays, you see a witch who has been portrayed as a benevolent, nose-twitching suburban housewife; an awkward teenager learning to control her powers and a trio of charmed sisters battling the forces of evil