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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!"
Lisa Manderach was three weeks short of her thirtieth birthday when she went for a quick errand to Your Kidz & Mine, a new children's clothing store in Collegeville, Pennsylvania on September 10, 1995. She took her daughter, Devon, only nineteen months old, and that was the last time anyone saw either of them alive. The details of this case are from the Philadelphia Inquirer.
From Book Two of the Eyrbyggia Saga: There were once two great Icelandic warriors, Aswid and Asmund. They were not only the greatest of generals, but they were also blood brothers. One of them suggested, as they grew older, that they should make a death pact -- that when one of them died, the other would go to the grave with his friend. They both agreed to this and swore on their blood.
A comparison of various popular sources for vampire lore against the myths of history. Do all vampire have fangs? Can all vampires reproduce? How do the popular vampires of the 20th century live and die and hunt and feed? S. A. Rudy takes a look at five modern vampire themes.
There are many legends about vampires. However, there are official documents proving the existence of an authentic seventeenth-century countess, Elizabeth Bathory, who was the most bloodthirsty vampiress of all time!
The 5th House, Eastern Michigan's Harry Potter Club, is planning Expeditious, a Harry Potter Convention for fans and academians. The event will be held at the Court Yard by Marriott in Ann Arbor, Michigan on May 14th - 16th and is open to anyone 13 and above.The registration is $60 and the block of hotels are available at a $99 per night rate til April 12th.
Dracula: Prince of DarknessReview by Imaginos, submitted on 19-Oct-1992 "Dracula: Prince of Darkness" -- A Report "Dracula: Prince of Darkness" edited by Martin H. GreenbergDAW Books, Inc.375 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10014, 1992ISBN 0-88677-531-0, paperback, $4.99
BloodlistReview by The Mad Bibliographer, submitted on 28-Oct-2001 Adapted from "Vampires in Print" in The Vampire's Crypt #2 (Summer 1990). Review by Cathy Krusberg P. N. Elrod. Bloodlist (Ace, 1990; The Vampire Files #1)