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How Many Days Until Halloween

How Many More Days Until Halloween 2022

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More About Halloween Day

Halloween Day (October 31) is the 304th day of the year (305th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. Sixty-one (61) days remain until the end of the year.

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  • When is Halloween Day
  • Why is It called Halloween?
  • Who Invented It and Where did Halloween Originate ?
  • Fun Facts you didn't know about Halloween
  • Holidays on Halloween Day (October 31)
  • Holidays on October 1-31
  • Famous Weddings on Halloween Day
  • Famous Births and Death on Halloween Day
  • Famous Deaths on This Day
  • Historical Events on Halloween Day (1)
  • When is Halloween Day

    When is Halloween Celebrated?

    Every Year, Halloween Day is celebrated on 31 October.

    Why is It called Halloween?

    Because it is the evening before the All Hallows’ Day, it was called All Hallows’ Eve. After that, with time it changed into Halloween.

    Who Invented It and Where did Halloween Originate ?

    This day is traced back to a two thousand (2000) years old Celtic festival which is called Samhain (It also pronounced as SAH-wen). It was celebrated at the end of the summer harvest.

    So the people who invented Halloween are the ancient Celts who lived in Northern Europe most probably in the countries of Britain, Ireland, and France.

    Fun Facts you didn't know about Halloween

    • Samhain phobia is the medical term for a pathological fear of Halloween.
    • Candy corn was initially called “Chicken Feed.”
    • In old times people used to wear animal skins as costumes on this Day.
    • The most lit jack o'lanterns on display is 30,581.
    • The "Jack o'lantern" comes from the Irish legend of Stingy Jack.
    • Jack-o’lanterns were also made from beets, potatoes and turnips.
    • Trick-or-treating comes from "souling".
    • Halloween folklore is full of fortune-telling and magic.
    • Day of the Dead should be called Days of the Dead.
    • Halloween was once called “Cabbage Night” in some American towns.
    • Parents spend around 1 billion dollars on their kids’ Halloween costumes in America.
    • This day is the sixth most popular card-giving holiday. More than 20 million Halloween cards are sent every year.

    Holidays on Halloween Day (October 31)

    • Halloween.
    • All Hallows Eve.
    • Allantide - October 31, 2022.
    • Beggars' Night.
    • National Caramel Apple Day.
    • Books For Treats Day.
    • Day of the Seven Billion.
    • Girl Scout Founder’s Day.
    • National Doorbell Day.
    • Magic Day.
    • National Knock Knock Jokes Day.
    • Samhain - (Pagan).
    • National Magic Day.
    • Trick or Treat for UNICEF Day.
    • National Unity Day (India).
    • World Cities Day.
    • World Savings Day.

    Holidays on October 1-31

    • National Pizza Month.
    • Country Music Month.
    • Yom Kippur.
    • National Dessert Month.
    • Columbus Day.
    • Child Health Day.
    • Halloween.
    • National Hispanic Heritage Month (Sep 15 through Oct 15).
    • Italian American Heritage Month.
    • National Book Fair Month.
    • Polish American Heritage Month.
    • National Breast Cancer Month.

    Famous Weddings on Halloween Day

    1970Dennis Hopper (Actor and Director-Easy Rider) marries Michelle Phillips (singer) of the Mamas and the Papas.
    1968Davy Jones (Singer) of The Monkees, marries actress Linda Haines.

    Famous Births and Death on Halloween Day

    2000Willow SmithSinger, Actress, and DancerAmerican
    1997Marcus RashfordFootballerEnglish
    1988Cole AldrichBasketball playerAmerican
    1986Christie HayesActress and ProducerAustralian
    1976Piper PeraboActress and Producer (Coyote Ugly, Covert Affairs)American
    1954Ken WahlActor, Screenwriter, and Activist who advocates for Veteran's rights and against animal abuse (Wiseguy)American
    1936Michael LandonActor, Director, Producer, and Screenwriter (Bonanza, Little House on the Prairie)
    (d. 1991)
    1912Dale EvansSinger, Songwriter and Actress (Roy Rogers Show) (d. 2001)American

    Famous Deaths on This Day

    2020Sean Connery (b. 1930)Actor Scottish
    2015Gus Savage (b. 1925)Businessman and PoliticianAmerican
    2018Willie McCovey (b. 1938)Baseball playerAmerican
    2014David Manker Abshire
    (b. 1926)
    Commander and Diplomat, United States Permanent Representative to NATOAmerican
    2013Bobby Parker (b. 1937)Singer-songwriter and GuitaristAmerican
    2013Chris Chase (b. 1924)Actress and AuthorAmerican
    2012John Fitch (b. 1917)Racecar driver and EngineerAmerican
    2012John H. Reed (b. 1921) Soldier and politician, 67th Governor of MaineAmerican
    2010Ted Sorensen (b. 1928) Lawyer, 8th White House CounselAmerican
    2008Studs Terkel (b. 1912)Historian and AuthorAmerican

    Historical Events on Halloween Day (1)

    • 2017 – A truck drives into a crowd in Lower Manhattan, New York City, killing eight people.
    • 2015 - "Metrojet Flight 9268" is bombed over the northern Sinai Peninsula in Egypt, killing all 224 people on board.
    • 2000 - Singapore Airlines Flight 006 crashes on takeoff from Taipei, killed 83 people.
    • 1956 - The U.K. and France started bombing Egypt to force the reopening of the Suez Canal.
    • 1913 - The Lincoln Highway is dedicated as the first automobile highway across the United States.
    • 1876 - More than 200,000 deaths occur in India after a cyclone ravages the country.
    • 1864 - Nevada is admitted as the 36th United States state.

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