Halloween is a time of celebrating and evoking superstition. From the origin of Celtic festival of Samhain, people would meet by bonfires and wear costumes to ward off evil spirits. In the eighth century, it was known as All Hallows’ Eve and later Halloween originated in America. Over time, Halloween evolved into a worldly, community-based event, making the Holiday child-friendly by introducing “trick-or-treating”. As the nights start getting colder, we continue this tradition by sitting aside our ghoulishly dressed up friends, telling eerie stories, and eating warm treats.