On Halloween 2023, Google brought a touch of spooky charm to its homepage with a special Google Doodle.
The search engine page has introduced a Halloween-themed doodle, featuring numerous illustrations and poems created by Emily Barrera.
It provides an enjoyable means to partake in the festivities.
This interactive presentation serves as a delightful reminder that Halloween is a time to embrace the supernatural and savor your favorite treats.
It encapsulates the spirit of All Hallows' Eve and the excitement of trick-or-treating.
After immersing yourself in the Google Doodle, you may find yourself inspired to venture out tonight and gather the candies you adore, as the Doodle playfully hints at.
The poem stated, "Boo! Did we scare you? Halloween has come, so don’t be looking glum. Click through today’s slideshow Doodle to trick-or-treat with a vampire, a witch, and a ghost. And venture out tonight to collect the candy that you love the most! It’s the scariest day in Fall — Happy Halloween to all."
Halloween occurs on October 31, preceding All Saints' Day, which is observed in Western Christian traditions. This day signifies the beginning of Allhallowtide, a three-day period.
Halloween, widely celebrated in Europe and North America, is a secular festival.
The origins of Halloween can be traced to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain in Britain and Ireland, celebrated on a date similar to November 1 in today's calendars.
It was considered the start of the new year, marking the transition into the winter season when livestock were returned from pastures and land agreements were renewed.
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