Halloween is a personal favorite holiday of mine, and one of the best experiences I ever had was when I dressed up as Batman and paraded around Prague with some of my closest friends. Czechs don’t really celebrate Halloween, so I probably looked like a crazy person to most locals, but it was still a fun and memorable event.
Here is a list of articles you might enjoy, whether state-side or abroad, about Halloween (from Matador Network):
6 Halloween traditions that only exist in North America – From candy corn, to slutty costumes, check out these interesting cross-cultural comparisons of a relatively Americanized holiday.
16 easy Halloween costumes for travelers on the road – featuring yours truly, modeling some fun, easy, and most of all, CHEAP Halloween costumes travelers can whip up to celebrate Halloween on the road.
6 of the most extreme Halloween attractions in the US – I got spooked just reading about some of these places. Some of them seem too creepy to handle – would you visit any of them?
15 of the most haunted places in the world - again, don’t read these with the lights off.
And the winner for the cutest baby’s Halloween costume is… – Great little video about a very ingenious kid’s costume that I’m sure will be duplicated by adults this year.
What are some of your Halloween traditions? Share them in a comment below!
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