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Vampire Fraud


Serial killer John George Haigh knew the power of the monstrous image to incite horror into people's minds, and even today he is cited as a murderer who drank a cup of blood from his victims before getting rid of their bodies. He's found on nearly every list of "modern vampires," which attests to his own insight in just how far his legend would carry. However, there's no evidence that he had such a fetish and plenty of reason to believe that he was malingering a mental illness that would get him sent to a mental institution.

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Eternity
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A Motion and a Spirit


The Vampire Shop: Bestselling Books

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From the Library


The Bloody Countess
There is a book by Valentine Penrose which documents the life of a real and unusual character: the Countess Bathory, murderer of more than six hundred young girls. The Countess Bathory's sexual perversion and her madness are so obvious that Valentine Penrose disregards them and concentrates instead on the convulsive beauty of the character.

Vampire Hunter's Guide
Over the ages, certain artifacts have gained a reputation among popular cultures as ways to ward off, or even kill, vampires. This guide takes you through the historical meaning and reasoning behind the ways we've found to hunt the vampire. So grab your crucifix, and wade on in!Coffins

Feminism, Twilight and the End of the World
Today I did a persuasive speech in my speech class on why everyone should be on Team Jacob instead of Team Edward, complete with pictures making my case. MLIT. -- from MyLifeIsTwilight.com

VO News Archive

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Here's the first trailer for Tim Burton's DARK SHADOWS remake. Looks like it's a comedy?! One hopes that it's more of a horror/drama with some comedy elements. Hits theatres May 11th.
May 30, 2007 (theage.com.au / Dan Oakes) -- A BALLARAT schoolgirl who made references on the internet to killing her schoolmates also posted a tribute online to the man responsible for massacring 32 people at Virginia Tech university last month.
November 21, 2007 (Spiegel Online) -- Ottomar Rodolphe Vlad Dracula Prince Kretzulesco, an adopted descendant of Count Dracula, has died in Germany aged 67 after spending a colorful life organizing blood donor parties and medieval festivals at his estate in eastern Germany.

Review Archives

World on Blood, The
The World on BloodReview by The Mad Bibliographer, submitted on 1-Jan-1996 A version of the following review will appear in The Vampire's Crypt 14 (Fall 1996). Jonathan Nasaw. The World on Blood. New York: Dutton, 1996; $22.95; ISBN 0-525-94066-9.
Fat Vampire
Douglas Lee is 15, out-of-shape, pasty and essentially ignored. He'd be completely invisible if it weren't for his mom's cooking. Her garlic has given him bruschetta-like body odor, emitted in PE class, and an unappealing nickname.Meatball.Doug is also "Fat Vampire," the unexpected undead unhero of Adam Rex's hilarious new twist on the genre.
Last Aerie, The
The Last AerieReview by The Mad Bibliographer, submitted on 23-Aug-1994 Adapted from "Vampires in Print" in The Vampire's Crypt #9 (Spring 1994). Review by Cathy Krusberg Brian Lumley. The Last Aerie (Tor, 1993; $22.95/$29.95)