Different publication dates have been given for Robert Southey’s poem “The Old Woman of Berkeley.” When was it really published? Anthony Hogg investigates.Read More
Watch this video clip of Domenick Dicce reading the introduction from his vampire survival guide book, “You’re a Vampire—That Sucks!” (2015).
Andy Boylan reviews “Count” Domenick Dicce’s contribution to the vampire survival guide subgenre.
We wish you a Merry Vampire Christmas! Erin Chapman shares five treats for this festive occasion.
Erin Chapman shares her findings after attending a vampire studies symposium on Oct. 31, 2015 at North Central Texas College.
In his first book review as an official reviewer for Vamped, Andy Boylan discusses John Davies’ “Vlad as a Vampire” novel, “The First Vampire” (2014).
Juliet Landau, who starred as Drusilla in the “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” TV series, will be co-directing a documentary about vampires thanks to funding from backers on crowdfunding website, Indiegogo.
A self-described “vampyre” reported a Facebook group for “bullying,” even though it did nothing of the sort. Anthony Hogg discusses the holes in Facebook’s “report abuse” process and how it’s taken advantage of.
Could Lady Gaga be biting off more than she can chew with her role as The Countess in “American Horror Story: Hotel”? Alexia Ashford considers the possibility that Gaga is actually a sanguinarian in disguise.
On Nov. 19, 2015, Vamped scored one of its biggest exclusives yet: a live Q & A session with Juliet Landau, star of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and co-director of upcoming vampire documentary, “A Place Among the Undead”!
Welcome to the 15th edition of “Monthly Digests”! What did you miss in October 2015? A visit to Forks, Wash.; a 40th anniversary ‘Salem’s Lot post; an interview with Juliet Landau; a monthly digest and Halloween treats!
Erin Chapman shows how wonderfully generous vampire (professors) can be, describing a gift from Thomas J. Garza, who teaches a course on vampires at the University of Texas at Austin. Read on to find out what it was.
The earliest appearance of vampires in English is found in the London Journal’s March 11, 1732 issue in its discussion of the famous Arnold Paul case. Or is it? Anthony Hogg discusses another possible candidate.
Erin Chapman returns to England a year after her previous visit in search of vampires. She meets a Highgate Vampire blogger and digs for articles through the British Library’s microfilm collection. What did she find?
We’re taking the opportunity to welcome Vamped’s newest recruit: vampire film and book reviewer, Andy Boylan. Best known for his blog “Taliesin Meets the Vampires,” Andy will write reviews for us not covered on his blog.
“American Horror Story” series creator, Ryan Murphy, said the latest series doesn’t feature vampires. Erin Chapman beg to differ. Here’s the evidence in favour of vampires featuring on “American Horror Story: Hotel.”
Treats, not tricks! With Halloween fast approaching, Vamped’s co-administrator, Erin Chapman, goes a-hunting for some vampire things for you to watch, eat or drink on the spookiest night in the year!