Turns out not.
The Christian Science Monitor has an article tracking evangelism efforts surrounding Halloween and quotes Mary Gelfand, a Wiccan high priestess in New Orleans.
There you have it, sports fans. Toss in a Chick Track with those Mike-n-Ikes. The pagans are saying 'no blood, no foul'.
"She notes that Satan, like Halloween, is a Christian invention of no importance to pagans, who practice an earth-centered spirituality. What pagans do in communicating with deceased ancestors has nothing to do with the commercial act of trick-or-treating, she says. Therefore, she's not troubled by Christian efforts to make it an occasion for evangelism.
"They're not affecting my holiday," Ms. Gelfand says. "If [evangelism] is a meaning they want to reinsert in this, that doesn't really bother me."
Of course, if you're planning a Hallelujah Harvest Hoe Down, you'd better hope GL doesn't show. He demands premium candy and manly-man pastors. :) Has it been a year already?!?