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Thank the Irish for Halloween celebrations

Published 10/26/2011, Hudson Star-Observer

Halloween, or the eve of All Saints’ Day or All Hallows Eve, depending on which century you reference, is fast approaching. Legend has it the traditional holiday at the end of October has its roots in pre-Christian Celtic Ireland.

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