Halloween or Hallowe'en is a tradition of the celebration the night of October 31, and particularly celebrated in the United States. This tradition comes from Ireland, and taken by the Irish who emigrated to North America. Children celebrated Halloween by wearing spooky costumes, and going from door to door asking neighbors candy or chocolate, saying "Trick or treat!" Speech is a kind of "threat" which means "Give us the (candy) or we jahili."
Here is a creepy creatures that exist on the day of Halloween:
1. Vampires (Dracula)
They will suck your blood. Dracula appears in folklore for thousands of years, dating from the 18th century and 19th-century myths of Eastern Europe. Believed that a person is born with a disability or death of an irregular, after burial, rise again to terrorize people. Dracula needs human blood to stay alive. In the myth, vampires can be killed by putting wooden pegs in the heart of the cross.
2. Ghost (Ghost)
Ghosts, many believe, many others do not believe in its existence, much has been seen, some are never seen. That said, 50% of people believe in ghosts, many kinds of ghosts, like pocong, kuntilanak, devil face flat, wewe Gombel, etc.. Even the film industry we all met by the ghost theme.
3. Witches (Witch)
Better known by his mythic features a black pointy hat and warty nose. In the past, witch is considered to have magical powers associated with the natural world. A hunt that culminated in medieval Europe and 17th-century America. There are good witches, some evil witches, and even now the world is infatuated with the title wizard, where they are a good witch, as Harry Potter or charmed (3 witch sexy).
It literally means something that connotes "hidden" or "invisible". In Islam and pre-Islamic Arabian mythology, the jinn is one race of creatures that are not visible and was created from fire. In the opinion of those who came before Islam, Jin regarded as sacred beings, who must be worshiped and respected. The people at that time described it in the form of a statue of their god.
5. Werewolves (Werewolves)
These creatures will appear at night, especially at full moon. Like magicians, they hunted and killed in the Middle Ages. In the myth, they are usually shaped like a human being in the daytime, but at night will turn into a werewolf and start searching for prey for the meal.
zombies are individuals who have died, whether their souls are sucked from their bodies or been revived from the dead through black magic. Zombie myth comes from the voodoo religion in Haiti, where he still believes that people can fall into empty space just like a walking corpse that we saw in the movie (without the whole body and eating human flesh). An ethnobotanist investigating the claims in Haiti found a toxic drug that can really drive the zombie style.
In the contemporary fiction, gargoyles are also often described as a (mostly) race with demonic features, generally horns, tail, and claws. They are said to be the guardians of the building where they are. These fictional gargoyles can generally use their wings to fly or glide, and is often described as a rock to hide, or not able to turn into stone in one way or another.
8. Demons (evil spirit)
One of the all-encompassing term for an "evil spirit," Satan can represent anything from evil ghosts or angels fall into Satan's puppet. Like the notion of crime itself, they have ancient origins that appears in folklore and literature throughout the world.
Famous in fairy tales, petite and hairy, more to the mischievous nature of goblins rather than threatening. Legend tells of goblins hiding in the woods, interesting and sometimes kidnap human babies. Their own spawn. Unlike some other creatures mentioned here and perhaps because of their disconnect from religion, goblins never crossed the threshold of a real delusion caused panic in medieval towns.
10. Angel executioners