The 18th edition of “Monthly Digests.” What’d you miss in January 2016? Correcting a witch/vampire hybrid movie, a retrospective, a virgin’s view on “The Hunger,” assessing the value of sharpened wood on eBay and more!
Vamped has teamed up with Trystan Swale to search for key witnesses in the Highgate Vampire case. Anthony Hogg explains.
Self-identified vampire, Belfazaar Ashantison, recently went on a tirade on the Vampire Community News Facebook group against suggestions that the Vampire Community be more transparent and consistent in its dealings. Anthony Hogg responds.
Dr. Tomas Ganz, a noted physician, has had some interesting things to say about sanguinarianism. Erin Chapman sought him out for further elaboration.
Running out of time and still need something for your vampire Valentine? Never fear! Erin Chapman is here with a few gift ideas.
Andy Boylan reviews “The Vampire in Folklore, History, Literature, Film and Television: A Comprehensive Bibliography” (2015) by J. Gordon Melton and Alysa Hornick.
What gives sanguinarians their “need” for blood? Erin Chapman investigates—and shares her own experience.
Different publication dates have been given for Robert Southey’s poem “The Old Woman of Berkeley.” When was it really published? Anthony Hogg investigates.