Though this culture is rooted in the past, the Halloween traditions are practiced currently in various societies. Dating back to the 19th century, the Halloween was relatively obscure in the 20th century in America after being brought into the country by Scottish and Irish immigrants. These traditions are mixed with features of the Celtic and Christian holidays and it’s celebrated with divination, feasting and mischief making.
Among many Americans, Halloween is a fall favorite holiday but similar other celebrations are found in various parts of the world. The following is a list of 15 strange Halloween traditions around the world:
The all saints day is also celebrated in Portugal. In this holiday, the children celebrate by singing songs going from door-to-door in a mission of exchanging treats.