By: Elena K.
Everyone knows what the spookiest time of the year is. It’s Halloween. Halloween has been celebrated for centuries. It began as a Celtic festival, marking the harvest’s end, and the begining of winter. The people believed that on this day, spirits would rise from their grave. Today it is celebrated around the world in a different way. Children use Halloween to dress up in unique costumes, scare random neighbors, and trick-or-treat to receive pillow cases full of free candy. How you choose to celebrate Halloween is up to you. In this interveiw, we learned how some of Roosevelt’s students choose to spend their “Night Of Fright.”