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How many days until Halloween?

Only 110 more days before Halloween!

How many weeks until Halloween?

Only 15 weeks before Halloween!

Countdown To Halloween

This is your place to be for the ultimate countdown to Halloween. Keep an eye on our Halloween countdown timer above and stay up to date with the latest Halloween and horror news below which is regularly updated via

Why count down to Halloween?

Halloween ignites our inner child, inviting us to embrace the magic of the season with costumes, candies, and captivating tales of ghosts and ghouls. It's a time when ordinary streets transform into enchanted realms, where pumpkins glow with an otherworldly light and every shadow holds the promise of adventure.

Halloween is too far away

We hear you, but there's lots to look forward to before Halloween. If you're a fan of jump-scare/horror movies then you're in for a treat over at YourCountdown.To where you can see all the trending upcoming horror movies.

If you're into Halloween then you'll probably find Spirit Halloween's collection of props, decorations and animatronics interesting and they bring out a new range in early summer every year which is always something to mark on the calendar.

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What is Halloween and why do we celebrate it?

Halloween is a widely celebrated holiday with its own set of traditions and customs. Here are some useful information and facts about Halloween:


Halloween is celebrated on the night of October 31st. It is often preceded by the observance of All Hallows' Eve or All Saints' Eve on October 31st.


Halloween has ancient roots and is believed to have originated from the Celtic festival of Samhain, which marked the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter.


One of the most prominent features of Halloween is the tradition of dressing up in costumes. People, especially children, often dress as ghosts, witches, superheroes, or other characters, and go door-to-door for trick-or-treating.


Children go from house to house, saying "Trick or treat!" to receive candy or other treats. The phrase implies that if a treat is not given, a trick may be played on the homeowner.


Carving pumpkins into Jack-o'-lanterns is a popular Halloween tradition. Originally, turnips were used in Ireland, but pumpkins became the preferred choice in North America.

Haunted Houses

Many people enjoy visiting haunted houses or attending Halloween-themed events during the season. These attractions are designed to evoke a sense of fear and excitement.

Halloween Parties

Halloween is often celebrated with parties where attendees dress in costumes, play games, and enjoy festive foods and drinks.

Ghoulish Decorations

Homes and businesses are often decorated with spooky and ghoulish themes, including cobwebs, skeletons, bats, and other Halloween-themed items.

Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)

While distinct from Halloween, Dia de los Muertos, celebrated in Mexico and some other Latin American countries, also falls around the same time. It is a time to honor and remember deceased loved ones.


Halloween is associated with various superstitions, including the belief that the veil between the living and the dead is thin, making it a time when supernatural events are more likely to occur.

Candy Corn

Candy corn is a popular Halloween candy, often associated with the holiday and frequently given out during trick-or-treating.

Black Cats

Black cats are sometimes considered symbols of bad luck during Halloween, and their images are often associated with witches and superstitions.

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