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A Trio Of Bloodsuckers

Hispanic myths are bursting with various blood feasting monsters, but unlike most European vampire myths, which are largely based on Dracula lore, Hispanic blood drinkers take on a huge number of forms. 642 more words

Part Time Monster

Vampire Cure???

According to eastern European folklore a vampire’s blood is magically potent and very dangerous.

When vampires were exhumed to be staked or cut up, the living had to be extra careful not to get sprayed. 101 more words

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On The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova

I initially hesitated to buy this book. When I first saw it in a secondhand bookstore I picked it off the shelf right away, thanks to its attractive cover, flipped through its papery-musty pages and nearly took it to the cash register before I began to vacillate, poring over whether I’m really at that stage where carrying around a vampire novel would cause embarrassment. 1,062 more words

Bibliophilia

Vampire Vacation: Adult Urban Fantasy (The V V Inn Book 1). CJ Ellison

Blurb:

Meet Vivian. She’s a 580-year-old vampire who exudes sex, has a talent for drama, and is passionate about two things: her human husband, Rafe, and their resort for the undead. 308 more words

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Dracula II: Dracula Meets Science! a review

A fresh burn vic is delivered in a body bag to a New Orleans morgue. Medical student Elizabeth Blaine (Diane Neal of Law & Order SVU) and her assistant Luke (Jason London) conduct the autopsy, noting that the organs are absent of blood. 1,572 more words

Dog Rose

Commonly found in Europe and Asia. Dog rose is a bushy plant with pink or white flowers and thorny branches.

The area has added dog rose into its vampire lore. 40 more words

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Magical Theory - Creatures 101: The Vampire

Probably one of the most popular and easily recognizable magical/mythological creatures, the vampire also holds a prominent place in current popular culture. Through the work of novelists such as Anne Rice, L.J. 3,326 more words

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