8-year-old with muscular dystrophy surprised with Halloween costume to fit his wheelchair

Aside from all the candy, what makes Halloween exciting is getting the chance to dress up however we like. And although we can’t celebrate the holiday like we used to, that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun with our costumes, too. This 8-year-old boy from Rhode Island had a simple request for Halloween this year:

Time magazine called this little girl in a headless costume the official Halloween Queen

Since the Philippines was conquered by the Spaniards, the last week of October until the 2nd day of November has always been spent by visiting the graves of their departed loved ones. In the cemetery, Filipino families would gather together to pray for the souls of the member of their family who already passed away.