Google’s Knowledge Graph Ready For Halloween With Fun Easter Eggs

google-halloweenMashable spotted some clever easter eggs from Google for the upcoming Halloween holiday.

Google is utilizing the knowledge graph to provide fun answers to searches for [Ghost], [Witch], [Skeleton], [Grim Reaper].

For example, if you look at the knowledge graph for Witch, you will learn that to defeat them, you just need to throw a pail of water at them. While to defeat a Ghost, you need to call Peter Venkman and Ray Stantz, from the movie Ghostbusters.

Here are screen shots of these Halloween easter eggs from Google. Can you find more?





For more fun, check out the other Google Easter Eggs.

Postscript: Google’s Aygul Zagidullina shared more queries that trigger fun easter eggs on Halloween via Google+. They include:

1) Ghost
2) Zombie
3) Evil Robot
4) Werewolf
5) Vampire
6) Skeleton
7) Witch
8) Mummy
9) Grim Reaper
10) Evil Pumpkin
11) Medusa
12) Dragon
13) Orc

Related Topics: Channel: Consumer | Google: Easter Eggs | Google: Knowledge Graph | Google: Parodies | Google: Web Search | Top News


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  • Michael Walmsley

    Try Zombie and see the “How to avoid” section….

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