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Who made the haunted house an American cultural icon?
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ABC
Who made the haunted house an American cultural icon?
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Disneyland opened its Haunted Mansion in 1969, making it a staple of American culture.
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YouTube
Disneyland opened its Haunted Mansion in 1969, making it a staple of American culture.
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What affliction do you suffer from, if you're afraid of Halloween?
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TIME
What affliction do you suffer from, if you're afraid of Halloween?
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It's true! Samhainophobia is the deathly fear of Halloween.
Haiku Deck
Haiku Deck
It's true! Samhainophobia is the deathly fear of Halloween.
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True or False: Halloween is the number one commercial holiday in America.
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Anaheim Historical Society
True or False: Halloween is the number one commercial holiday in America.
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False! Christmas is the number one commercial holiday in America.
19th Century Historical Tidbits
19th Century Historical Tidbits
False! Christmas is the number one commercial holiday in America.
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What radio show caused mass panic on October 30, 1938?
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troyeckhardt.com
What radio show caused mass panic on October 30, 1938?
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Orson Welles' "The War of the Worlds" caused mass panic when listeners thought a real alien invasion was taking place in America.
Orphaned Entertainment
Orphaned Entertainment
Orson Welles' "The War of the Worlds" caused mass panic when listeners thought a real alien invasion was taking place in America.
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Why do we carve pumpkins?
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Public Domain Pictures
Why do we carve pumpkins?
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We carve pumpkins because it's easier than carving turnips or potatoes, in the Irish tradition. But the turnip is WAY scarier.
Reddit
Reddit
We carve pumpkins because it's easier than carving turnips or potatoes, in the Irish tradition. But the turnip is WAY scarier.
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Halloween is the day before which religious holiday?
Shadow's Magick Place
Shadow's Magick Place
Halloween is the day before which religious holiday?
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Halloween is the day before All Saint's Day.
Catholic.org
Catholic.org
Halloween is the day before All Saint's Day.
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In World War II, which candy was added to U.S. military rations during Halloween?
History of Sorts
History of Sorts
In World War II, which candy was added to U.S. military rations during Halloween?
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Due to their durability in all weather conditions, Tootsie Rolls were added to soldiers' rations in WWII.
The Veterans Site
The Veterans Site
Due to their durability in all weather conditions, Tootsie Rolls were added to soldiers' rations in WWII.
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Why do we dress in costumes on Halloween?
Bloody Disgusting
Bloody Disgusting
Why do we dress in costumes on Halloween?
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The Celts believed the wearing of costumes would ward off evil spirits.
Snug Hug Home
Snug Hug Home
The Celts believed the wearing of costumes would ward off evil spirits.
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What is the night before Halloween called?
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Lewes
What is the night before Halloween called?
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All of the above are correct! October 30th is known as Mischief Night, Cabbage Night, Devil's Night, among other names.
Guardian Liberty Voice
Guardian Liberty Voice
All of the above are correct! October 30th is known as Mischief Night, Cabbage Night, Devil's Night, among other names.
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And what's up with trick-or-treating? Why do we do that?
Team Jimmy Joe
Team Jimmy Joe
And what's up with trick-or-treating? Why do we do that?
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Trick-or-treating originated from Scottish children going door to door, and dancing and singing (doing a trick) for coins and prizes.
Document Scotland
Document Scotland
Trick-or-treating originated from Scottish children going door to door, and dancing and singing (doing a trick) for coins and prizes.
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What's the most popular Halloween candy bar?
Stuff You Missed In History Class
Stuff You Missed In History Class
What's the most popular Halloween candy bar?
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Snickers is the number one Halloween candy, with over $400 million in sales every year.
SHEmazing
SHEmazing
Snickers is the number one Halloween candy, with over $400 million in sales every year.
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Traditionally, what did the game of bobbing for apples predict?
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NPR
Traditionally, what did the game of bobbing for apples predict?
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Bobbing for apples was done to predict who would be first to get married!
Tranquil Dreams
Tranquil Dreams
Bobbing for apples was done to predict who would be first to get married!
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