Halloween is a fortnight’s ghostly memory away, but the superstitious still have today, Friday the 13th, to dread.
But why does this auspicious day hold relevance?
Surely, if the Bogeyman exists, he can’t be content to play during Halloween alone.
Is there fact behind the bad luck occurrences or is it all just coincidence and circumstance?
As with many things in Western culture, 13 originally got its unlucky reputation from Norse mythology — not by a guy in a hockey mask in a horror movie.