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I grew up in Michigan and they have an interesting tradition the night before Halloween called Devil's Night.
Devil's Night made its way to Detroit in the 1930s and 1940s. Traditionally, city youths engaged in a night of mischievous or petty criminal behavior, usually consisting of minor pranks or acts of mild vandalism (such as egging, soaping or waxing windows and doors, leaving rotten vegetables or flaming bags of canine feces on stoops, or toilet papering trees and shrubs) which caused little or no property damage.
@QueenB Happy Halloween to everyone in the Community.....
Myself and my son we go days before Halloween out into our fields and choose a pumpkin or several and carve them up to place them around the front porch and also inside the house too....We go shopping for a Halloween costume for my son as he loves to pick out usually a very scary one and then on last Friday of school before Halloween they have a party and parade where all the children march around the block and show off their costumes to those who line up along the parade percussion to watch and take pictures of them.....very wonderful time for the school and Community......
Then on Halloween night we go Trick and Treating around the local Community mostly to the one's we go to every year as they look forward to seeing the children showing up in their costumes and they treat the treaters very well....
🎃👻 Boo ❗
Thanks! I've used that voice one or two other times and it has been a lifesaver🤬 ... seriously! ▶️ I think back to that night every Halloween Eve. 🎃🎃🎃🎃🎃
I don't celebrate Halloween as enthusiastically as I used to cuz not many kids go out anymore.You are right though, seeing the costumes 👻 and the delight on their faces or giggles 🤭 ...does make it all worthwhile. I do miss that. 🙁
I do try to watch all of the horror movies that I can 🧛🧟... mostly with the lights on. 🤣