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Halloween Craze Ends In Sweden

Published fredag 29 oktober 2004 kl 14.06

While Americans and Brits are getting geared up for this weekend’s Halloween parties, less Swedes than ever are interested according to the tabloid Aftonbladet.

It reports that fewer and fewer shops are selling pumpkins and masks, with now only the youngest dressing up in fancy dress.

Halloween is a recent phenomenon here in Sweden, and Anne Winge, store manager at a fancy dress and novelty store in Gothenburg, told the paper that although sales have been steady over the past few years, they are not at the level of the late 90’s when the Halloween craze was at it’s peak.

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