Ex-raver Erin Chapman digs into the upcoming “Blood Rave” which will be held somewhere in Amsterdam on Halloween. But this is no ordinary event: apparently, attendees will be sprayed with actual blood from the ceiling.
Scott Burtness, author of “Wisconsin Vamp” (2014), mentioned making “an embarrassingly bad YouTube video” in an article he wrote to promote “Vampire Books for Blood,” but didn’t link to it. So, I decided to track it down.
Vampire authors are donating a percentage of royalties earned during October to the American Red Cross, for the annual “Vampire Books for Blood” event, devised by Scott Burtness, author of “Wisconsin Vamp” (2014).
Officially launched on Jan. 20, 2014, “Vamped” reached 200,000 views on Aug. 18, 2015. We would like to thank all our fans and readers and hope that as “Vamped” grows, you will follow us along our journey.
Welcome to the twelfth installment of “Monthly Digests”! What did you miss in July 2015? A possible biological explanation for vampirism, another stake in Sean Manchester’s Highgate Vampire claims, and much more!
On Aug. 3, 2015, the South African Vampyre Community’s Vampyre Academy, released a poll asking self-identified vampires how they thought vampirologists should behave. Here’s what I have to say about that.