Bobbing for apples had its roots in the rituals honoring Pomona, the Roman goddess, here with her symbol, the apple, as painted by Nicolas Fouché, c. 1700.
Bobbing for apples had its roots in the rituals honoring Pomona, the Roman goddess, here with her symbol, the apple, as painted by Nicolas Fouché, c. 1700.
Bobbing for apples had its roots in the rituals honoring Pomona, the Roman goddess, here with her symbol, the apple, as painted by Nicolas Fouché, c. 1700.

Halloween didn't start so scary

October 28, 2012 05:49 AM

UPDATED October 28, 2012 05:54 AM

About Dan Krieger

Dan Krieger

Dan Krieger is a professor emeritus of history at Cal Poly and past president of the California Mission Studies Association.