“All Hallows' Eve”
Description from Barb F: Why are the colours orange and black the traditional Halloween colors?
There are a lot of opinions.
One of them is that orange represents the color of pumpkins, which of course are a traditional Halloween decoration (especially if carved), and black represents the dark spirits which supposedly come forth on All Hallow’s Eve(the name of which Halloween is an abbreviation).
Jack-o-lanterns trace back to the Irish myth of Stingy Jack who died and, finding himself rejected by both heaven and hell, was forced to roam the darkness seeking a resting place for his soul. Legend has it that he hollowed out a turnip and used it to carry a coal to light his way. This said, the first Jack-o-lanterns were carved in turnips, and only changed to pumpkins when the tradition was brought to America.
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