Donna Henes: Holy Halloween: A Day to Dance with Death
We modern Americans rarely — if ever — think about death if we can possibly help it. Halloween offers us a way to engage with our natural fascination with death in a way that is scary yet safe.
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The origin of Halloween is a far cry from modern tradition’s vampires, trick-or-treating and candy corn. Dating back about 2,000 years, Halloween was originally called Samhain, and marked the beginning of the Celtic New Year.
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