October 31st is nearing, and with it this great Halloween holiday. It’s not 300 years old. First it was celebrated only by Celts, and they lived a very long time ago. For them, it was the coming of cold and winter. Then the Romans came, and they liked this holiday, because they didn’t mind celebrating anything. To them, it was the Day of the Passed. Later, the Catholic church joined in the 8th century and legalized the holiday when Christian All Saints day was moved from May 13 to November 1. After being set up as a British entertainment for common people, the holiday was spread throughout the British Empire.