October 30. A Detroit-area "tradition" originally centered around pranks like egging windows and cars, destroying property, or TP'ing houses; in the mid 1970s these relatively harmless but annoying acts were mostly replaced by widespread arson, peaking in the 1980s when up to 800 fires would be reported in a single night. More recently, the city has organized a so-called "Angel's Night," where volunteers patrol neighborhoods to prevent and report crimes. The effort has been somewhat effective, and is taken so seriously that news stations almost never use the original term anymore, in an attempt to show support for the volunteers.
You might want to stay in... it's Devil's Night, after all.
1. A detroit city tradition, its a day right before halloween, most people then go around pranking houses like tipi'ing them, or doing whatever, I dont know because I'm not from Detroit.
2. An album by the legendary rap group D12. Released in 2001 and was their debut (first) album. It was namedright after the holiday in Detroit because D12 is from Detroit.
1. It's Devil's Night Woohoo! lets go prank that mean old guy!
2.Guy 1: Dude have you heard that Devil's Night album by D12?
Guy 2: Yea, it was the shit. D12 rules!
Guy 1: I know right!
*guy 1 and guy 2 do a highfive*
The night of october 30th.
It began in the detroit area and spread to the reat of the country.
It involves everything from a harmless prank to burning buildings and is also celebrated by teens holding Black mass in secluded wooded areas ect.
Are you celebrating Devil's night this year?