Why did VampCon get rescheduled so close to the day it was supposed to happen?
The Millennium Gate Museum is seeking funds for its Dracula exhibition in September.
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.
To celebrate World Dracula Day (May 26), Erin Chapman talks about her experience at the Transylvanian Society of Dracula conference.
On Oct. 9, 2015, BBQ Films hosted a “Blade Rave” at Terminal 5 in New York. Erin Chapman speaks to BBQ Films’ co-founder, Gabriel Rhoads, to find out how it went.
Erin Chapman shares her findings after attending a vampire studies symposium on Oct. 31, 2015 at North Central Texas College.
Heard about the upcoming Halloween “Blood Rave” in Amsterdam? How about the Oct. 9 “Blade Rave” in Manhattan? Ravers will be showered with “blood” in both events. But who came up with it first? Erin Chapman investigates.
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.
On Oct. 31, 2015, vampire scholars will descend on a small college campus north of Dallas for “There are Such Things! Vampire Studies Symposium 2015.” This will hopefully be the beginning of an annual tradition.
The first “Salon du vampire” took place on December 4–5, 2010, and was fairly low-key. But it showed us the big interest many people had in the subject. It was held in a small bookshop called Le bal des ardents