Halloween in Scotland and at Sea in 1886 – PDT3K – Scottish History

Watch out… it’s the KALING!! Learn about this 19th-century Scottish Halloween tradition, and a whole lot more, in this holiday special. We finish last year’s article, and learn about Scottish Halloween divination methods, along with what it’s like to experience Halloween on a trans-oceanic ship. And joining us once again are Pete and Meagan!

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Co-hosts: Pete Miller and Meagan Finnegan

Main Sources

Sharp, W. (1886, November). “Halloween: A Threefold Chronicle.” Harpers Monthly, 842-856.

 

Maps, pics, references, and more at www.deadideas.net. Music and graphic design by Rachel Westhoff.

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