- Halloween Celebration Around the World
- Evolution of Halloween
- The Business of Horror
- The Economics of Halloween
- History of Halloween
- World Foreign Prisoners percentage within the Prison Population
|Halloween Celebration Around the World
|Evolution of Halloween
A timeline of the evolution of Halloween, including some fun facts about pumpkins and the ingredients and annual consumption of candy corn.
|The Business of Horror
Halloween is one of America’s biggest revenue-generating holidays. And get this: the tradition thrived even during the spooky economy of the past couple of years. Costume sales jumped 5.1% in 2008 and another 2.4% in 2009.
In this infographic, mint.com explore the economics of Halloween: read on, some of the stats may give you chills!
|The Economics of Halloween
Do Americans like candy? They like it to the tune of $20 billion a year! That’s right- Americans spend $20 billion on their sweet little vices. They’re out there night and day buying candy bars, chocolates, hardy candy and everything else that packs in the sugar.
|History of Halloween
Halloween History gives you spooky details on the origins of Halloween, some of which goes back 2,000 years.
|World Foreign Prisoners percentage within the Prison Population
This map made by chartsbin.com shows the percentage of foreign prisoners within each national prison population. Foreign prisoners includes men and women held in penal institutions, as pre-trial detainees (remand prisoners) or having been convicted and sentenced, in the world