Forty five years ago today, Sean Manchester, President of the British Occult Society, publicly proclaimed that Highgate Cemetery was haunted by a vampire. A mass vampire hunt soon followed. Erin Chapman investigates.
I wanted to know whether [they] had any awareness of the distribution of the drink, in light of the CFDA’s crackdowns. Erin “wondered whether the product was being manufactured locally or imported from somewhere else”
. . . after I wrote . . . “Lure of the Vampire” in 2011 . . . many of my author friends and vampire romance fans wanted me to turn it into a class to introduce them to some mythology and more books and television shows
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
On July 14, the China Food and Drug Administration (CFDA) issued a statement regarding the new trend-setting drinks. The CFDA is responsible for drafting and formulating laws, regulations, rules and policies.
It’s not everyday you read about a guy getting arrested for possessing a crossbow—as protection against vampires. My first thoughts . . . were: what’s up with this guy? Did Jack Crow retire and move to Sweden?
Last week, a story went viral about a new vampire-themed café serving drinks in blood bags . . . in Benxi, Liaoning Province, China. Almost every major publication, vampire and horror-oriented website featured the story.
To make the evening more fun make sure to say vampire attire is a mandatory. The vampire theme is entertaining, distinctive and will be just what the doctor ordered for a fun filled night of bloody bedlam.