Kids surprise the BC homeowner on Halloween night, fill empty bowl with their own candy

A child from Vancouver Island is praised for his kind and selfless action on Halloween night.

Jackson Gillespie bought a box of candy to give out at his Gordon Head home on Halloween night and thought it would be more than enough for the neighborhood kids.

“We were starting to get some candy … These kids came to the door and we only had three pieces left and there were five of them so we [felt] really bad, ‚ÄĚsays Gillespie.

They quickly walked around the house trying to find candy or chocolate.

When they got back to the door, the unexpected happened. One of the boys, about 10 years old, decided to dump his Halloween neck in the trick-or-treat bowl so other kids could get candy. His friends followed suit, and the bowl was filled “to the brim.”

“I kept saying, ‘No, no, no, don’t worry, it’s fine.’ Glacier Media.

After posting the happy Halloween story to Reddit, he hopes to find the friendly boy.

“I kind of hope that maybe someone knows this boy and sees it and gives him a pat on the back for it because it’s important to reward people for that kind of behavior,” he says.

According to Gillespie, the child was wearing a Marvel-like mask with luminous lines.

“I would probably say, keep doing what you do and give back as much as possible, because you don’t see that so often today,” he says.

If he can not find the child to pass on the message, it still did their Halloween night.

“It was really nice to make it happen and everyone in our house was pretty touched by it.”

Leave a Comment