For some Halloween fun, Google has hidden a few fun Easter eggs into its search for 'Halloween', including what witches eat and how to avoid skeletons.
Searching for terms such as "ghost", "witch", "skeleton" and "Grim Reaper" now produces new hidden messages taking the form of Halloween-themed fact boxes along with the regular Google search results.
The Easter eggs come from new entries in Google's Knowledge Graph, an encyclopaedia of about 570m concepts and relationships that allows Google to anticipate facts and figures users might want to know about their search term.
We're not sure yet how many Easter eggs Google has inserted into the encyclopaedia, but there are at least 10 Halloween ones to find, each with their own interesting results.
Google is renowned for including hidden messages and inside jokes within its products, as well as celebrating public holidays and anniversaries with its Google Doodles.
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