posted in General
at Wed, 24 Oct 2012 12:30:17 -0600
According to ancient Celtic beliefs, All Hallows' Eve is the one night when spirits can cross over to the world of the living. Nowadays, it's more about candy, costumes and parties?and it's mostly all in good fun. Unfortunately, trouble-makers can cause not-so-fun property damage.
Common pranks include egging, toilet-papering the house/yard, smashing pumpkins, graffiti, stealing decorations, and setting fires. The impact on homeowners ranges from annoying (removing TP from your home and ...