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.

How to make glow-in-the-dark pumpkin

Halloween is just around the corner and nothing completes Halloween without carved pumpkins plying the streets. But have you ever wondered why pumpkins are used as a popular decoration for Halloween? Well, as a part of honoring the souls of the dead and to prevent bad luck, the Celts carved faces into pumpkins and other