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The date of October 31st carries heavy significance for many different people. Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is celebrated in Mexican culture, with prayers and remembrance of loved ones departed. Some people observe Halloween, either in traditional pagan ways, or in more modern Westernized celebrations with costumes and candy. Other folks celebrate Samhain, which is also a time to honor lives lost, as well as the end of the harvest, and growing darkness in the days as winter approaches.

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