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Welcome to Vampyres Only, the original vampire website!
Renfield says, "Established in 1994, VO was the first vampire website, and has been undead and kicking for over twenty years! There's a wealth of information here--thousands of pages!--dedicated to these bloodsucking creatures of the night. I hope you enjoy the original undead web!"
Vampires are definitely in vogue right now. Browse through any bookstore's racks and you'll find a score of novels with ‘vampire' in the title. This theme is especially notable in the young adult lit sections, where the reader will observe pieces such as the Twilight series, Vampire Diaries, Vampire Kisses, Vampire Academy and, my personal favorite, Vampire Beach. Has anyone noticed a trend?
"Real Vampires"- how can this be anything but a contradiction in terms? We all know about vampires. Stock characters of fiction, guaranteed box-office draws, the media vampire has been familiar to us since childhood.
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
A Scottish man who killed his "vampire" step-dad 5 years ago had a brief taste of freedom when he was separated from his minder while out on a supervised leave.
And I thought the Canadian justice system was lax. This guy, Alan Smith, was not originally charged with murder due to "diminished responsibility," a fact made quite clear by other incidents presented in the source article.
The Quotable VampireReview by The Mad Bibliographer, submitted on 3-Jun-1998 A version of this review appears in The Vampire's Crypt 17 (Spring 1998). The Vampire's Crypt web site is: http://members.aol.com/MLCVamp/vampcrpt.htm David Proctor. THE QUOTABLE VAMPIRE. Kensington Publishing Corporation, 1997. ISBN 1-57566-218-3; $7.00/$9.00.