It's the holiday for all things scary. In the United States, Halloween is celebrated on the last day of October, which is the local All Saints' Eve. Also in Finland, Halloween has found its place in an autumn that lacks other holidays, and the creepy holiday is often celebrated on All Saints' weekend. In Finland, All Saints' day is always on the Saturday between the last of October and the 6th of November.
The new holiday doesn't have its own traditions yet, but normally Halloween is spent together with family and friends. Carnival and horror themes can be seen in costumes, decorations and food. Dark autumn nights offer a scary background for ghost stories and the spooky holiday that especially young children and teenagers love.