The origin of Halloween is a far cry from modern tradition's vampires, trick-or-treating and candy corn.
Learn the origins of Halloween and other fun facts about Halloween -- history, traditions, spooky myths and superstitions debunked.
The traditions and folklore of Halloween are a hybrid of Pagan, Celtic, Catholic and ancient Roman traditions.
Using neon wires, LED lights and small motors, anyone with a modicum of technical skill can create a high-tech costume sure to stand out from the crowd of ersatz pimps and sexy cats.
Various haunted houses across the country have invested significant money into the technology side of the business.
The night of Oct. 30 is called Devil's Night in Detroit and Miggy Night in parts of England. Elsewhere it's Mischief Night.
From haunted houses to horror films, humans seek to be frightened. Find out why many people can even laugh in the face of fear.
Halloween is the halfway point between the autumnal equinox and winter solstice, the last of four "cross-quarter" days on the solar calendar.
It is the grown ups that should be afraid this Halloween. Not of ghouls and goblins, but of permanently scarring their children.