Six Creepiest Hallowe’en Superstitions

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Six Creepiest Hallowe’en Superstitions

What’s Hallowe’en without scaring yourself silly at nothing?

Ghosts in the pocket

If you go out after dark on Hallowe’en, you must turn your pockets inside out to prevent ghosts hitching a ride in your pockets. This is the sort of Tamagotchi pet you don’t want.

Bats

If a bat circles a house three times, someone inside will die before the year is out.

Footsteps of Death

If you hear footsteps behind you on Hallowe’en, don’t turn around – it could be Death, or a departed soul.

Staring into the face of Death is a good way to join him…

Headless Shadow

If you cast a headless shadow, or no shadow at all, on Hallowe’en, you are sure to die Or you’re the Horseman of Death. Both are situations you want to avoid.

Blown Out Candle

If a candle is blown out as if by a breath, but there is no wind, it has been blown out by a Spirit.

Cats Playing With Spirits

Cats will play with things you can’t see. They’ll stare at them. Miaow at them. Bat at figures you can’t perceive. Hiss at them. Run away from them. Hide from them.

And the worst thing? They do this all year around.

Sleep tight!
What Hallowe’en superstitions scare you most? Share them in the comments!

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2 thoughts on “Six Creepiest Hallowe’en Superstitions

  1. These are creepy! I don’t think I know any halloween superstitions but the ones my grandma always told me creeped me out pretty badly. There was the one where if you can’t wake up from a dream, there’s a witch on your back. Fun thing to tell a kid, right? Also, if you talk to yourself, you’re talking to the devil. Also ruined my life a little bit. Fun post!

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