Girl Scouts surprise first Halloween baby to counter superstition

The superstition about Halloween births, said Texas Tech Psychology Department’s chair David Rudd, is like any other superstition in that it’s learned from the environment one is raised in rather than being based on any substantiated evidence.

Written by: Jessica Behnham

The superstition about Halloween births, said Texas Tech Psychology Department’s chair David Rudd, is like any other superstition in that it’s learned from the environment one is raised in rather than being based on any substantiated evidence.

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