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Halloween is not the only Spooky Holiday to Celebrate. See our list below of many more that I bet you didn't even know existed.
Spooky as an adjective,  "Fear" 

Fear is an emotional response to threats and danger. It is a basic survival mechanism occurring in response to a specific stimulus, such as pain or the threat of pain.

Fear should be distinguished from anxiety, which typically occurs without any external threat. Additionally, fear is related to the specific behaviours of escape and avoidance, whereas anxiety is the result of threats which are perceived to be uncontrollable or unavoidable.
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Spooky Holidays in our calendar

 • Friday the 13th:  According to the Stress Management Center and Phobia Institute in Asheville, North Carolina, an estimated 17 to 21 million people in the United States are affected by a fear of this day.  Friday the 13th falls in more than one month and is observed in more than one country.  
See our list
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 • Day of the Dead:  Many people believe that during the Day of the Dead, it is easier for the souls of the departed to visit the living. People will go to cemeteries to communicate with the souls of the departed, and will build private altars, containing the favorite foods and beverages, and photos and memorabilia, of the departed.  The celebration occurs on the 1st and 2nd of November, in connection with the Catholic holy days of All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day which take place on those days. Traditions include building private altars honoring the deceased, using sugar skulls, marigolds, and the favorite foods and beverages of the departed, and visiting graves with these as gifts.
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 • Frankenstein Monster Day / October 30:  Theres more than one Frankenstein Holiday and as a result, a little confusion. We will try and clarify these days the best we can....... Frankenstein Friday: is the last Friday in October / National Frankenstein Day is August 30.
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 • Halloween, The Holiday: Halloween, or Hallowe’en, is a holiday celebrated on the night of October 31. The term Halloween is shortened from All Hallows' Even (both "even" and "eve" are abbreviations of "evening", but "Halloween" gets its "n" from "even") as it is the eve of "All Hallows' Day",which is now also known as All Saints' Day
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 • Mischief Night: This holiday is for making mischief! the custom is for preteens and teenagers to take a degree of license to play pranks and do mischief to their neighbors/neighbours.
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 • Supernatural Holidays: The term supernatural or supranatural (Latin: super, supra "above" + natura "nature") pertains to entities, events or powers regarded as beyond nature, in that they lack a clear scientific explanation. Religious miracles are typical of such “supernatural” claims, as are spells and curses, divination, the belief that there is an afterlife for the dead, and innumerable others.
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 • Witches Holidays & Sabbaths: See our list of holidays celebrated by witches and forklore information.
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 • Dracula Bites Day / October 29: "He requires no other sustenance but fresh blood, which has the effect of rejuvenating him." "Without it, he physically ages at an accelerated rate."
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 • Create a Great Funeral Day /October 30 / As you know most holidays are uplifting, exciting and fun.  We have to say that this holiday is the first we've ever ran across that was a bit on the depressing and weird side of what we normally know as a holiday.
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  • National 13 Phobia Day / October 13
  • Black Cat Day / October 24
  • Trick or Treat Day / October 25
  • Jack-o-lantern Day / October 27
  • Wicked Witch Day / October 27
  • Ghost Busters Day / October 28
  • Haunted Refrigerator Night /October 30
  • Increase Your Psychic Powers Day
  • Magic Circles Day
  • Psychic Week

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 • National Magic Week: For more than forty years the Society of American Magicians has been recognizing the anniversary of the death of Harry Houdini with a special "MAGIC WEEK" throughout the United States and Canada. President Jann Wherry Goodsell proclaimed the week of October 25 to October 31 as "National Magic Week." The roots of National Magic Week go back over 70 years. Before there was a National  Magic Week there was a National Magic Day.
National Magic Day: National Magic Day is always celebrated on October 31. It was the first national magic holiday
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Different Terms of Fear
Fear can be described using different terms in relation to its varying degrees. Personal fear varies extremely in degree from mild caution to extreme phobia and paranoia. Fear is related to a number of emotional states including worry, anxiety, terror, fright, paranoia, horror, panic, persecution complex and dread.

Fear may be a factor within a larger social network, wherein personal fears are synergetically compounded as mass hysteria.

  • Paranoia is a term used to describe a psychosis of fear, described as a heightened perception of being persecuted, whether unfounded or otherwise. This degree of fear often indicates that one has changed their normal behaviour in radical ways, and may have become extremely compulsive. Sometimes, the result of extreme paranoia is a phobia.

  • Distrust, in the context of interpersonal fear, is sometimes explained as the inward feeling of caution, usually focused on a person; representing an unwillingness to trust in someone else. Distrust is not a lack of faith or belief in someone, but a feeling of warning towards someone or something questionable or unknown. For example, one may "distrust" a stranger who acts in a way that is perceived as "odd". Likewise, one may "distrust" the safety of a rusty old bridge across a 100-foot drop.

  • Terror refers to a pronounced state of fear - which usually occurs just before the state of horror - when someone becomes overwhelmed with a sense of immediate danger. Also, it can be caused by perceiving a (possibly extreme) phobia. As a consequence, terror overwhelms the person to the point of making irrational choices and displaying atypical behaviour.

Fear can also affect the subconscious and unconscious mind, most notably through nightmares. wikipedia /encyclopedia
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List Of Spooky Holidays To Celebrate...........................