Halloween is a tradition largely believed to be of American origin. Well, brace yourselves: this isn’t true. Halloween is derived from the 16th century Scottish term "All Hallows’ Eve" – meaning October 31 – the evening before All Saints Day. It was celebrated in most parts of Great Britain dating back as far as the early Middle Ages. While the tradition became eclipsed in England during the reformation (starting ca. 1605) the Scottish and Irish continued to celebrate it and even the local churches supported it as "important to the life cycle and rites of passage of local communities". The Irish and Scottish immigrants brought Halloween to America in the 19th century where it gradually assimilated into mainstream American society and by the beginning of the 20th century was celebrated throughout the US by almost everyone. In the Middle Ages it was believed that all the souls of the departed wandered the earth until "All Saints' Day", then moving on to the next world. Halloween provided their last chance for vengeance, so people disguised themselves to avoid being recognised by a vengeful soul. Today it’s mostly trick-or-treat and parties, but you never know – and just to be sure: any vengeful ghost will flee from these great Trick or Treat Studio's masks like "Hellboy", the craziest Zombie in the world of the Toxictoons "Gluten Freek", the amazing Frankenstein "Franken Fink" or "Ugly Rumor" inspired by Disney's Haunted Mansion Ghost.
Source: Check this out: trickortreatstudios.com has them all! (http://www.trickortreatstudios.com/buy_scary_halloween_masks.html)