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Halloween- Lets enjoy the scary season

October 23, 2021

Halloween- Lets enjoy the scary season

October is the month of the spooky season. Halloween is celebrated each year on October 31. Halloween was much more common in Maryland and the southern colonies.

“Magic is really very simple; all you’ve got to do is want something and then let yourself have it.” ___Aggie Cromwell, Halloweentown (1998)

Halloween History:

The ancient Celtic festival of Samhain is the main root of Halloween. 

 

 

 

The day is celebrated at the beginning of cold dark winter nights, the time that is mostly associated with deaths. Celts celebrate their new year on November 1 and they believe that a night before the new year, the boundary between the living and the dead world has just vanished. They believed that on Halloween, the ghosts of the dead returned to earth. 

Why Is Halloween Celebrated:

People wear mysterious costumes and light bonfires to fend off ghosts. Over time people believed that Halloween evolved. Now people spend their Halloween engaging in certain activities, weaning, donning costumes, gatherings, eating treats.

Some Activities Of Halloween:

Certain activities are common, and these are,

  • Trick-or-treating
  • Candy corn
  • Jack O' Lanterns

Trick-or-treating:

This fun Halloween activity dates back to the Roman All Soul’s Day holiday. Nowadays, it has evolved as children wearing spooky costumes and singing, reciting poems, or performing "tricks” and in return receiving treats. 

 

 

“Sticky fingers, tired feet; one last house “Trick or treat".” __ Rusty Fisher

Candy corn:

Candy corn was invented by George Renninger of Philadelphia's Wunderle Candy Company. The harvest-themed treat became the candy of choice for rural Americans. The tri-colored yellow, orange, and white sweets become iconic.

 

 

Jack O' Lanterns:

This activity will make your Halloween a fun event. The transformation of pumpkins into scary and funny Jack O' Lanterns.

 

 

“Double double toil and trouble; fire burn and caldron bubble.” _______- Shakespeare Macbeth

Halloween Shirts for the Fisherman:

The time to update your wardrobe with some exciting prints we offer at Fishing Nice. The vibrant color, customized graphics T-shirts, and astounding prints are the best gifts for your fishermen. In addition, scary Halloween shirts will make your Halloween a worthwhile experience. When it comes to Halloween shirts, don’t forget about the simple costume t-shirts, too. 


Some of our prints are

Go and grab your Halloween shirts from our new collection of Halloween shirts.


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