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| Halloween (also referred to as All Hallows Eve or Hallowe'en ) is the night, or evening before All Hallows' Day which is a Christian feast day now referred to as All Saints Day.
| All Souls' Day (also called Feast of All Souls or Day of the Dead) commemorates the dead on November 2. | The modern-day customs and traditions for celebrating Halloween are rooted in ancient times and Pagan religions. | The Ancient Celts and Druids had an important harvest festival called Samhain which was held on October 31-November 1 in Gaelic cultures.
| Romans also had a celebration for the dead called Feralia which celebrated Roman spirits of the dead.