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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!"
It's difficult to believe that it's been 50 years since Christopher Lee thrilled horror fans with his portrayals of the Frankenstein monster, Dracula and the Mummy in a memorable series of Hammer Films.
In America today, we are surrounded by borrowed images. People from all over the world flock here, and bring with them a background of cultures and beliefs, filled with imagery reflecting those ideas. Often times, these elements take on a life of there own in the cauldron known as the American "melting pot," and through interaction with their new surroundings, evolve into something quite different from their original form, becoming an integral part of our culture.
The ancient red-sandstone royal burgh of Annan - named for the river on which it stands - was a stronghold of the Bruce's and the home of Robert de Brus 'The Competitor', Lord of Annandale, grandfather of Robert I, The Bruce.
Says Depp: 'Dark Shadows' is happening. Tim is working on 'Alice in Wonderland' which is obviously quite a large piece of work there. So when Tim is done with 'Alice' and we get the script, which is very, very close, in order we'll probably attack it next year. It's exciting, very exciting. It's like a lifelong dream for me. I loved the show when I was a kid.
New Zealander Clive Gosling has a good head for detail - so he decided to create some of his own. The Timaru man's replica skulls are based on a resin mould borrowed from Timaru Boys' High School. Mr Gosling - who has been making latex moulds of all sorts of items for more than 20 years - said many bargain hunters at a recent antiques and collectibles sale were intrigued by the creations."I got quite a few questions about them, a lot of people asked whether they were real. To which I replied, yes, they are really well made," he said.
The Truth About DraculaReview by A Fiend, submitted on 7-Jan-2002 This book examines the vampire and Dracula myths of central Europe in light of religious and political factors that may have assisted the spread of the myth and have contributed to its continued popularity.
Red DeathReview by The Mad Bibliographer, submitted on 13-Apr-1994 Adapted from "Vampires in Print" in The Vampire's Crypt #9 (Spring 1994). Review by Cathy Krusberg P. N. Elrod. Red Death. Ace, 1993; $4.99/$5.99.