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What year did halloween 'start', add that by number of bones in human body and square it to the 6th cause 6 is a spooky number. 





Also me and my girlfriend are going as sheldon and amy, cause nerd couples rule the world.

Dr.Nostalgiac  Oct 1, 2018
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When you say "start" do you mean when it was originally a Celtic and Pagan holiday, when it started in the U.S., when it started in Europe, or when Christians decided to make it their own?

I love your costume idea!

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Yes when it was a pagan holiday, and thank you

Dr.Nostalgiac  Oct 1, 2018
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Well, there is no exact year for when the pagans started to celebrate Halloween (at least not that I could find or remember) but there is a time frame. Our version of Halloween and festivities are taken from Samhain which is what the pagan and Celtic called it. Our historical records show that this holiday dates back to about 2,000 years ago. That would place around AD 18 obviously. There are 206 bones in our bodies. 18 + 206 = 224. 224 to the 6th power is 122978496247489 or 1.5957918e+28 since I got two different answers somehow. I think that I am extremely wrong though. But I did have fun doing this even if I am wrong.

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