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5-19-2011 @ 3:07AM
Kinda hard to change the date of Hallow's End. Given that it's based on the date of Halloween, which is the night before All Saints Day, which is based on either the roman festival of Lemuria or the celtic festival of Samhain, depending who you ask ... and thus has roots going back several thousand years.
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