- “Which Year Was the Witch/Vampire Poem, ‘The Old Woman of Berkeley,’ Published?” An examination—and conclusion–of the publication dates attributed to Robert Southey’s witch/vampire poem.
- “A Drink of Blood a Day Keeps the Doctor Away: Do Sanguinarians Have Digestive Issues?” Erin Chapman discusses recurring themes in sanguinarian narratives and shares her own experience dealing with medical professionals.
- “Invaluable for Vampirology Students: J. Gordon Melton’s Vampire Bibliography.” Andy Boylan reviews J. Gordon Melton and Alysa Hornick’s The Vampire in Folklore, History, Literature, Film and Television: A Comprehensive Bibliography (2015).
- “Love Bites: 5 Last Minute Gift Ideas for Your Vampire Valentine.” From flowers to Valentine’s Day cards, Erin Chapman has you covered with these suggestions.
- “Interview with Dr. Tomas Ganz, Regarding His Views on Sanguinarianism.” Erin Chapman discusses sanguinarian issues with the Professor of Department of Medicine Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of California Los Angeles.
- “Is Vampire Community News Favoritist? Case of the Vampire Voodoo Blood Drinker.” In which Belfazaar Ashantison, generally highly regarded within the self-identified vampire community, illustrates that the moderators of the Vampire Community News group will turn a blind eye to abuse toward fellow members despite contravening group rules.
- “If You Were Bitten by the Highgate Vampire, We Want to Hear From You.” Building on a joint press release issued by Trystan Swale and the co-ordinators of Vamped, we go into more detail about the people we’re looking for: alleged Highgate Vampire victims, Elizabeth Wojdyla and Jacqueline Cooper.
- “Monthly Digest: January 2016.” A witch/vampire hybrid film’s claim debunked, a retrospective, a virgin’s view on The Hunger, a brief investigation into the authenticity of two vampire stakes selling on eBay, a review of Sandrine Grenier’s debut novel, and our most popular posts of 2015.
Most Popular Post of the Month
- “6 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Buy an ‘Antique’ Vampire Killing Kit” (Oct. 31, 2014). This thing’s relentless.