I like Halloween, which is next Tuesday. It's fun to pass out candy to the kids who come to our door.
But it's meaning has subtly changed over the years.
Used to be Halloween was about the supernatural. Goblins and spooks and witches, etc. Decorations generally followed this supernatural theme.
Kids would dress up in costumes (not always supernatural related) and go door to door for candy.
But these days, adults seem to be more involved in Halloween and the holiday has expanded to include horror such as serial or mass killers. Like this picture I recently saw in Facebook:
I think this change has followed the change in horror movies from supernatural to things like the Saw movie franchise (which, as I understand it, is just torture porn)(because I refuse to watch it).
I liked the Halloween of my childhood better.
How do you feel about Halloween and what it has come to represent? Let me know in the comments below.