Halloween or “All Hallow’s Evening” is celebrated in the United States on the last day of October. Activities include trick-or-treating by youngsters, attending costume parties, making jack-o’-lanterns, sitting around bonfires engaging in scary stories, visiting haunted houses or theme parks and even going on creepy hayrides adds to the fun.
This year, retail sales from Halloween decorations, costumes and candy is expected to reach $8 billion dollars. Not too scary is it? Whatever you decide to do to celebrate Halloween this year, do not forget to exercise caution and be responsible. By the way, what is Halloween unless you catch a few scary movies of ghosts, goblins, ghouls, witches, the paranormal and zombies? Do you have a favorite classic or popular scary movie that stands out from all the rest? What a way to scare yourself to sleep!