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Trick or Treat?
Trick or treat, Smell my feet,
Give me something good to eat, Give me candy, Give me cake, Give me something good to take!!!
Have a Great Halloween!!!
We mask our faces
and wear strange hats,
and moan like witches
and screech like cats,
and jump like goblins
and thump like elves,
and almost manage
to scare ourselves!
Witches, Warlocks and Bats
"Eye of newt, and toe of frog, Wool of bat,
and tongue of dog"
"Adder's fork, and blind-worm's sting,
Lizard's leg, and owlet's wing"
"For a charm of powerful trouble, Like a
hell-broth boil and babble"
"Double, double, toil and trouble, Fire burn,
and caldron bubble" William
Witchess and Warlocks have had a long history with
Halloween. Legends tell of witches gathering twice a year when the seasons
changed, on April 30 - the eve of May Day and the other was on the eve of
October 31 - All Hallow's Eve.
The witches would gather on these nights, arriving on
broomsticks, to celebrate a party hosted by the devil. Superstitions told of
witches casting spells on unsuspecting people, transform themselves into
different forms and causing other magical mischief.
was said that to meet a witch you had to put your clothes on wrong side out and
you had to walk backwards on Halloween night. Then at midnight you would see a
witch.When the early settlers came to America, they brought
along their belief in witches.
In American the legends of witches spread and
mixed with the beliefs of others, the Native Americans - who also believed in
witches, and then later with the black magic beliefs of the African
The black cat has long been associated with witches.
Many superstitions have evolved about cats. It was believed that witches could
change into cats. Some people also believed that cats were the spirits of the
One of the best known superstitions is that of the
black cat. If a black cat was to cross your path you would have to turn around
and go back because many people believe if you continued bad luck would strike
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