This is Halloween: 5 business facts about the spookiest October holiday

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This is Halloween: 5 business facts about the spookiest October holiday

Halloween is the second-most anticipated event of the year, and you might be wondering why. Halloween is the one time a year that anyone has the chance to be whomever they want and dip into one of their darker sides. Halloween is also one of the more profitable holidays, next to Christmas.

Here are the top 5 scary business facts for Halloween.

  1. The two most bought costumes for Halloween 2016? Hillary Clinton & Donald Trumptrump-clinton-snl-debate
  2. The three highest-grossing horror films at the box office (adjusted for inflation):
    1. Jaws – $1.098 billion – 1975
    2. The Exorcist – $885.5 million – 1973
    3. The Sixth Sense – $494 million – 1999what-blog-gif
  3. Fifty percent of children prefer a chocolate candy as opposed to non-chocolate candy. chocolate-blog-gif
  4. Halloween dates back to 4000 B.C., which means that Halloween is a 6,000-year-old holiday. getting-old-blog-gif
  5. The Village Halloween parade in New York City is the largest Halloween parade in the United States.parade-blog-gif
2017-12-20T10:07:46-07:00October 31st, 2016|

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