Google Doodle Celebrates Bram Stoker's 165th Birthday

Today's Google Doodle is yet another awesome work of art and technology combined. Google celebrated Irish novel writer Bram Stoker's 165th Birthday by showcasing his books doodle on the search engine homepage.

He was majorly admired for his famous horror gothic novel "Dracula".

The Novel Dracula is a story about the character Count Dracula, a vampire, who makes an effort to relocate from Transylvania to England. During this attempt, the Dracula confronts Professor Abraham Van Helsing and his group of men.

Bram Stoker was born on 8 November 1847 at 15 Marino Crescent, Clontarf, on the north side of Dublin, Ireland. Stoker slowly and steadily become a huge admirer of theater through a friend Dr. Maunsell. After which he became a critic who never were taken seriously but Bram Stoker's critical reviews gave him major attention by people.

He wrote some major novels including Dracula, The Snake's Pass, The Lady of the Shroud and The Lair of the White Worm which were highly acclaimed.

We are not sure about his death as some said he was suffering from Tertiary Syphilis and some considered over work as the cause for his death. After suffering a number of strokes he passed away on 20, April 1912.

We hope you like today's Google Doodle in honour of Sir Bram Stoker for the wonderful contributions made by him. What do you think about today's Google Doodle, put your word via comments below.


  1. The Desk which Bram Stoker used to write "Dracula" goes up for auction

  2. thanks for the info....but this is not the place to advertise your company products.