Halloween may be over, but Thursday's Google Doodle wouldn't be out of place on Oct. 31.
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The creepy drawing honors famed author Bram Stoker, who would have turned 165 this year. Born on Nov. 8, 1847, Stoker is best known for his 19th-century gothic novel Dracula, a.k.a. the ultimate vampire (sorry, Twihards).
The bloodsucker is depicted on the doodle's right-hand side in all his fanged glory. Dracula was published in 1897.
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Each package gets larger with a mouse-over, and a click on it returns search results pertinent to a specific country or the particular items featured in a scene. This one is from December 24, 2010.
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