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Halloween was a human holiday celebrated on the 31st day of October. The holiday developed from several older religious festivals, and emphasized ideas and characters that were frightening to most humans.

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The alien explorers Korob and Sylvia constructed a castle, took on the roles of a wizard and sorceress, and used other constructs which reminded humans such as Captain James T. Kirk and Doctor Leonard McCoy of Halloween. (TOS episode: "Catspaw")

The character Bradley in the Dixon Hill holodeck program remarked that in his Starfleet uniform that Captain Jean-Luc Picard was ready for Halloween. (TNG episode: "The Big Goodbye")

Upon discovering a number of apparently dead Cardassian soldiers lying in a previously sealed compartment on Deep Space 9, the senior staff decided to keep the discovery a secret until a way could be found to return the Cardassians to their own people. Captain Benjamin Sisko remarked that until a diplomatically acceptable way to remove those soldiers could be found that it would be Halloween on the station. (DS9 novel: Station Rage)

A young Hikaru Sulu believed that the QuchHa' Klingons he saw raiding Ganjitsu looked like Humans dressed as Klingons for Halloween. (ST novel: Excelsior: Forged in Fire)

In 1984, Roberta Lincoln dressed as Sally Ride for Halloween. That same year she noticed Humans dressed as a vampire, a gypsy, and a Ghostbuster. (TOS novel: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 1)





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