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Started in 1990 as a way for a local artist to pay tribute to her recently passed father, the All Souls Procession has grown into a two-mile human-powered procession involving more than 20,000 participants. It is a mixture of old European and Latin traditions, in form most closely resembling the processions of Mexico’s Dia de los Muertos. The procession allows participants to pay homage to deceased loved ones, friends, ancestors, pets, and others.