Halloween is JUST over a week away! So we have some fun facts about it to help get you in the Halloween spirit! (pun most certainly intended)
It's estimated that total Halloween spending could reach $8 billion in 2012.
According to legend, if you see a spider on Halloween, it's actually the spirit of a loved one watching over you.
It's is actually very rare for a full moon to occur on Halloween. Although, it's predicted to occur on 10/31/2020.
Ireland is believed to be the birthplace of Halloween
Halloween can give you diarrhea. Seriously. Consuming too much candy with fructose and sorbitol can give you rhea.
Barmbrack used to be a traditional food eaten on Halloween.
Contrary to popular belief, no one has put razor blades or poison in goodies for random trick-or-treaters.
Many shelters don't allow black cats to be adopted around Halloween for fear that they may be tortured or sacrificed.
More candy is sold on October 28th than any other day of the year.