When I see adverts of Halloween parties everywhere and those trick-or-treat offers at candy shops, I know this month is October. The Halloween tradition dates back more than 2,000 years and is of Celtic heritage. As well as honouring their dead, the Celts were also celebrating the last harvest of the year during this festival. I do not believe in ghosts. Neither do I want to miss the festivity. Let us take the chance and allow our imagination to go wild - for a while. Share with us your freaky stories, poems or unique perceptions about the festival. Send them to Creative Writing Workshop/Week of October 7, Young Post, 16/F Somerset House, Taikoo Place, 979 King's Road, Quarry Bay, together with your name and contact number. The deadline is October 17. The best entry or entries will be published.