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Happy Halloween?
Pumpkin Jack-o'-lantern
Good for lanterns and, apparently, pie or soup...
It's Halloween on Tuesday. The evening before All Souls' Day in the Christian calendar, and supposedly the night when those not at rest may haunt us from beyond the grave.

Alternatively, this weekend will be full of trick-or-treating, pumpkins made into Jack-o'-lanterns, and a series of parties when we all trudge home in the October cold wearing nothing more than skeleton pyjamas after eating too much green and orange icing.

But what are you doing? Are you making a costume? Are you a Pagan celebrating Samhain?

What are your best, and worst, Halloween memories and do you have a scary story to share with us?

Do you have any pictures of your costumes, parties or trick-or-treating? If so, you can send them to yourpics@bbc.co.uk

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