Did you know we’re on Pinterest? I created Vamped’s Pinterest account on January 22, but haven’t really done anything with it. Been too busy with other things . . . today, I decided to change that state of affairs.
I determined the most popular vampire songs through . . . typing “vampire” into YouTube and sorting the results by “view count” in the filter . . . apologies [for] “obliquely vampiric” or “allegedly vampiric” songs
Last year, while looking for a relevant picture to include in my September 22, 2013 blog post about the connection between vampires and sleep paralysis, I came across this impressive artwork in Google Images
There’s something captivating about vampire kids . . . With that in mind, I thought I’d share a few pics from my friend’s Facebook account . . . Earlier today, I asked her why she went about collecting these images.
. . . it didn’t take long for a response on idea[s] for this website! Here’s what website member Erin Chapman suggested . . . an intriguing idea . . . And I must admit, I do like the idea of a regular feature.
Here’s to a safe, happy and prosperous 2014! Blessings to all of you. Despite the quiet spell—I’ve been busy with a lotta things!—this site will thrive in the year to come. You can also submit your own posts here, too.
Have you got a vampire-related book or film to promote? A project? Website, blog? Why not write about it here? First step: join the site. Note: no press releases. Unique content only. I’m looking for a personal touch.
Welcome to Vampirologist.com. This website is a spin-off from my Facebook group, “The Vampirologist”, which, in turn, spun-off from my blog of the same name. So what’s this site’s purpose? And what’s a “vampirologist”?