Surprising: Mexico Has A Festival Where Many People Look Scary and Dress Like Skeletons

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Traditionally this holiday is celebrated in November throughout Mexico and carries a lot of visual similarities to Halloween. It's a day to mark those who have passed on in respective families. Across the country, most people dress in skeleton and put on scary masks.

It is a way of remembering and connecting loved ones who have painfully exited. Because its a national festival, it's celebrated across the country and everyone plays a role in the celebration.

During this day, the various families come together to remind themselves of those who have passed on in the family. This serves as a way for smaller children who don't know their grandparents and great grand parents know them.

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