The Historians reported some academics mysterious thesis about Halloween origins commonly associated to Pagan, Celtics and Christian.

In Celtic farming culture, however, elements of the harvest festival, suppressed by pagan roots, as the link to the fruitful godness Pomona have survived, even among Christians. Just as the Christmas tree owes it is origins to pre-Christian German traditions without being a pagan ritual.  Although there is no evidence the Popes Gregory III or Gregory IV was even aware of Samhain.

The pagan feast ended when the Celtic people had converted to Christianity hundreds of years before the feast of all saints. Rome is the oldest city in the world and inside her story there are some of mysterious of ghosts and spookeless places. That’s a reasons why to visit the ancient city and make for a fun and exciting time, especially around Halloween.

Hereafter, some of the most spookness and mysterious attractions in Rome and surroundings.


1) Crypt of the Capuchin Monks

In Rome there is a museums where is celebrated mysterious and halloween spirt by Conception of the Capuchins. They have had decorated with the bones of more than 4000 friars recovered between 1528 and 1870 from the Cappuccini Order Cemetery. In the 5 chapels inside the crypt are also several different skeletons. Located right off the haughty Via Veneto, at the beginning of the tour visitors will be received from the skeleton of a friar with as much saio on it.


2) The Catacombs on the Via Appia Antica 

Outside of Rome on the Via Appia Antica there are thousands mysterious of Romans, including saints and popes, were buried in the vast network of catacombs. The largest and one of the oldest catacombs to visit is St. Domitilla. You can also visit San Callisto, which contains 14 papal crypts, and San Sebastiano, where Saint Sebastian was buried (the church of Saint Sebastian rises above the catacomb).

3) The Vatican Necropolis

Very similar to the catacombs on the Appian Way but located below Vatican City there are the Vatican Necropolis. These scavi are a spookness look at the tombs of dozens of popes, including St. Peter. Given it is famous residents,  the scavi is one of the holiest sites in Rome. But it certainly becomes spooky when one pauses to think that they are walking amongst the remains of the church’s most storied figures.