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Bella Notte, a great new book 21-Nov-2011 561
Bloodlines International 20-Sep-2011 595
True Blood Examiner 22-Apr-2011 704
A Day of Mystical Blood Lust - Vampyres vs Lycans 28-May-2010 981
Cybser Stuff Thrift Shop 25-Apr-2010 962
Search for the Lure- Bertena Varney Vampire Sociologist 23-Feb-2010 1,284
INCARNADINE: The True Memoirs of Count Dracula (official site) 17-Feb-2010 1,460
The Search for the Lure of the Vampire Blogspot 10-Jan-2010 1,115
Lexington Vampire Examiner 09-Jan-2010 1,025
2010 Fangs & Fur Cruise 19-Sep-2009 987
Vampire-Con 2010 05-Jul-2009 1,260
Blood, Fire, and Pillars of Smoke: The Rise of Vampires in Pop Culture 24-Jun-2009 1,141
Dark Lord 30-Apr-2009 1,219
Night Blood 18-Mar-2009 1,089
Vampire in Transylvania - the awarded Dracula Tour 20-Feb-2009 1,172
Polaris 23 31-Jan-2009 1,312
Talissa Queen of Death 07-Dec-2008 1,016
Vanessa's Vampire Erotica 08-Nov-2008 4,097
gothic 07-Nov-2008 1,431
The Vampire Dating Dot Com Diaries 28-Oct-2008 1,036 15-Sep-2008 1,030
VampireWear 26-Aug-2008 945
LORD TOPH 20-Aug-2008 1,305
Theatre des Vampires 19-Aug-2008 1,473
Vampires & Slayers 10-Aug-2008 1,041

Fanged Films

Spain, 1972

Philippines, 1997
Halik ng Vampira / Kiss of the Lady Vampire

From the Library

The Bat in NatureIndigenous to Central and South America, vampire bats live in a very strong social culture. The develop bonds with other bats in the colony, and learn to recognize each other through sound and scent. Vampire bats tend to live in caves, trees, or buildings. Their colonies can reach numbers of up to 2000 bats, but most colonies tend to house approximately 100 bats.
Blood has been a symbol of life since very ancient times. The blood in our veins has always been iconic of our continuing life. To lose too much blood is to lose consciousness, breath, and eventually, our very lives. If a person or animal is already dead and is cut open, blood does not flow. Only the living have blood that flows. Blood has been used throughout the ages as a ceremonial sacrifice.

Drawn to Vamps?

Vol. 1 No. 14
The Mystic Painting
No. 7
Vampire Lust