The origins of Halloween began 2,000 years ago.

Halloween is annually celebrated on the night of October 31st.

Halloween is known by many names such as All Hallows’ Eve and All Saints Eve.

Jack-o-lanterns is one of the common symbols associated with Halloween.

Halloween is typically celebrated by children who dress up and collect candy.

The word Halloween translates to Saints’ evening.

The first jack-o’-lanterns were actually made from turnips.

Decorations featuring ghosts, skeletons, and pumpkins are most commonly used for Halloween.

The Michael Myers mask in Halloween is the face of a well-known celebrity.