Here are some facts that i robbed from the BBC:
About 99% of pumpkins marketed domestically are used as Jack O'Lanterns at Halloween.
In the United States, 86% of Americans decorate their homes for Halloween.
Legendary magician Harry Houdini died in Detroit of gangrene and peritonitis resulting from a ruptured appendix on Halloween in 1926.
Spalding claims to be the pumpkin capital of Britain, because it's the home of the country's biggest producer. David Bowman grows two million a year!
Did you know - there are no words in the dictionary that rhyme with orange? Hard to believe for such an important colour?
It is believed that the Irish began the tradition of Trick or Treating. In preparation for All Hallow's Eve, Irish townsfolk would visit neighbours and ask for contributions of food for a feast in the town.
The record for the fastest pumpkin carver in the world is Jerry Ayers of Baltimore, Ohio. He carved a pumpkin in just 37 seconds!
Vampires think Halloween is tacky and don't bother going out that night.
The original Halloween film directed by John Carpenter in 1978 cost just $320,000 to make. It ended up making over $50m worldwide.
People have believed for centuries that light keeps away ghosts and ghouls. Making a pumpkin lantern with a candle inside may keep you safe from all the spooky spirits flying around on Halloween.
And a picture of Chabal, because he's a bit scary too.
actually gruff is a word i'd use.