An attempt to verify an alleged “vampire burial” in Romania and a “Virgin’s View” on “Near Dark” (1987).
Bram Stoker’s novel was published 120 years ago today. To celebrate, we’ve decided to share a few treats with you in this special World Dracula Day post.
Hans Corneel de Roos uncovered what may be the earliest American serialisation of “Dracula,” pre-dating previous assumptions by months.
The strange case of a Romanian “vampire” burial and a review of Nancy Kilpatrick’s “Revenge of the Vampir King” (2017).
A case study on how easily “vampire” burials spread without fact-checking.
Naughty Valentines Day gifts, reviewing the sad story of a vampire lemming and meeting Rosemary Ellen Guiley.
An “unusual” burial was recently unearthed in Romania. One reporter claims the “remains are suspected as the vampire myth.” Is she right?
A review of Rosemary A Johns’ “Blood Shackles” (2016); Vamped’s 3rd birthday celebration; an interview with the vice president of the Transylvanian Society of Dracula; the story of Vamped’s cake; 2016’s most popular articles.
The 29th edition of “Monthly Digests.” What’d you miss in December 2016? A virgin’s view on “Dracula’s Daughter” (1936) and some Christmas treats.
We published 49 articles last year. But which articles got the most views in 2016?