Answer: A ghost
According to a superstitious belief that is associated with Halloween, if a person's candle flame goes off, then it suggests that there is a ghost by the side of that person.
Answer: Masks and Costumes
Ancient Celts had a belief that wearing masks and costumes will serve as camouflage and therefore prevent evil spirits from seeing them.
Allhallowtide is a name that refers to the threesome celebration of Halloween, All Saints Day, and All Souls Day. Allhallowtide can also be called Allsaintstide or Hallowtide.
Answer: Planting of flowers
Planting of flowers is not an activity that is associated with Halloween. The practice of planting flowers is often related to the celebration of Easter, which is a Catholic Church festival.
A black cat is associated with the celebration of Halloween. Legend has it that black cats were believed to be reincarnated witches.
The annual New York Halloween Parade started in the year 1973. It is a yearly holiday parade that is presented on every Halloween's night in Manhattan, New York City.
The celebration of Halloween is usually depicted by the presence of bats, cats, or spiders. However, whales are not featured during Halloween.
Answer: Black and Orange
Black and Orange are colors that are traditionally associated with the celebration of Halloween. Black depicts the darkness that surrounds the end of summer and the beginning of the cold dark winter days. Orange on the other portrays vegetations and leaves that have turned orange-like in color as a result of a change in weather.
It was believed that an individual will be protected from hungry owls if they turned their pockets inside out and left them (pockets) to dangle.
During Halloween, children are dressed in a variety of costumes and more often than not they are accompanied by their parents, and they go from one neighboring house to another, asking for candies. This practice is known as "trick-or-treat".