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The Halloween history with this year's conclusion, despite the uphoria
God and mother nature, to the faithful connotes a leaning. The media blitz was deafening, whilst the commercial side was buzzed with equal strength, filled with items in names and images that reflects an outlook of the season. What started as religious markings turned cultural with carnival touch

Not enough that we were expecting all night out, not enough the fun with pun gantry embedded in the cacophony of activities that herald accompany and rounded up the chain of events

What started by the Catholic Church as mark of day of the Saints, usually by holy Mass, a religious event and occasion. Gave birth to another form of religion in name of Halloween, this time initiated to herald the mark of the day set aside by mother church for all Saints day, kind of a vigil night for following d-day

Ironically turned out to what look like an offering and reverence of idol worshipping, looking at the various costumes and dressings in images replica of either vampires, fieries demons, at least someone sees it as such, the excitement anxiety  and expectations of young lads and even grown-ups was religiously infectious 

Most high pitched a day before, however, build up to 31st day of October was frenzy, intensely wild and compulsive agitated activity with mental cum emotional agitation. A temporary madness 

Likened to Alfred Hitchcock re-entry into England with Frenzy in the ‘70s, after 20 years of sabbatical to sulk and reflect over his loss in the industry with his commercial reputation virtually in tatters, a far cry from his stature at the start of the 1960s. According to legend accounts Then, he'd been in the middle of the massively successful trio of movies, North by Northwest, Psycho, and The Birds, and was a ubiquitous presence on television thanks to his anthology series Alfred Hitchcock Presents, but the series ended, and he'd suffered three expensive box-office failures in a row, Marnie, Torn Curtain, and Topaz, in the second half of the 1960s. He redeemed himself with Frenzy, however, which marked his return not only to England for the first time in 20 years but also to the subject matter with which he'd started his career in thrillers back in 1926, murder, and a hunt for a serial killer in London. As the latest female victim of the "Necktie Murderer" is found in the Thames, raped and strangled, we meet Richard Blaney (Jon Finch), a bitter, belligerent ex-Royal Air Force officer who can't seem to find his way in life, so explains the Weber

The anticipation was very intense; the eagerness was close to state of ecstatic delirium. The infection was captivating, obsessive clamped my barn with presents and other associated outwards in expectation of occult visits to join and be counted for visits by out of the world images in apparel of apparitions and mortal gods 

Almost as if everything hadn’t been planned, it started drizzling, God opens the heavens, what appear to be temporary light rain gave way to real downpour in Saint Paul, movement became lackadaisical, would you go round in wet grounds with accompanying cold in name of what and for what. It came crashing, the young lads became gloomy most affected most disappointed considering the strength with efforts to outdo each other , talk of the town became mum and rave of the moment seized came to stand still.

Halloween ended abruptly and things went back to normal. Bright beautiful day follows, whilst mother church had a filled day for her original religious marking of all Saints Day. Glorious and Gloria in Excelsis was the song for the departed servants of God worthy of sainthood

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