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What do Australians really think of Halloween?


The popularity of Halloween has been growing in Australia for a number of years now, but the event still divides people, especially in Australia.

To find out what Aussies really think about the spookiest night of the year, Panorama reporter Catie Mcleod took to the streets and spoke directly to the people.

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