We are facing the scariest night of the year, since like every year on October 31, Halloween is celebrated, the day before All Saints’ Day. Everyone is preparing for this party, and of course, Google was not going to be any less.
The name Halloween is just an abbreviation of the expression ‘All Hallows Eve’ and it is a festival whose origin is in the Celtic world, specifically in the pagan festival of Samhain dating back to Ireland over 3,000 years ago.
Nowadays, it is a global event, where in the vast majority of countries parties are held in which people dress up and children go out to the streets to ask for “Trick or Treat” where they seek to receive sweets from their neighbors.
Especially in the last decade this date has become very popular, and as a tribute to it, Google has prepared a special doodle for Halloween, something he has been doing for several years now and usually does on important or notable dates.
In this case it is a kind of small story that tells a little about how this celebration works. For this they have created a history of 11 slides in which they review the activities that will be carried out in a large part of the planet.
To see it, you just have to go to the Google search engine and said story will appear above the search bar itself. Also, if you search for the word Halloween or other terms related to this holiday, little ghosts will jump across your screen as an animation, as can be seen in this image.