7 Strange Halloween Traditions from Around the World
When the first frosts begin to appear in the night, many people young and old start eagerly anticipating the start of Halloween season. Sometimes, people are so excited that jack-o’-lanterns, sheaves of corn, and fake spider’s webs go up on the first day of October; we all know that Halloween candy has already been in stores for weeks.
For most Americans, Halloween means trick-or-treating, parties with orange and black foods, and lots of miniature candy bars. For people of other nationalities, Halloween can signify a completely different type of celebration. Here are some of the strangest Halloween traditions that are practiced around the world.