“Trick or Treat!” It’s been around all my life. I remember shouting it in elementary school during the parade and I remember hearing it over and over upon answering the door Halloween night, but this tradition isn’t that old. In America the practice of youths jaunting from door to door to collect goodies began sometime in the 50’s. In Ireland and Great Britain the tradition of souling has been around since the late 1800’s. Children would go door to door and offer songs or prayers for the dead and in return they were granted small cakes made for All Saints Day. Good luck to all the children tonight, I hope you get enough candy to last until the Easter Bunny arrives.