Scott Burtness, author of “Wisconsin Vamp” (2014), mentioned making “an embarrassingly bad YouTube video” in an article he wrote to promote “Vampire Books for Blood,” but didn’t link to it. So, I decided to track it down.
According to a 15th century poem, Vlad Dracula liked to dip his bread in the blood of his victims. Or did he? Was he really a “living vampire,” as two Dracula scholars claimed, or is there more to the story?
Marita Crandle—owner Boutique du Vampyre—directed my attention to an interesting “website” discussing vampires in Alaska. Apparently, advances in “vampirology and technology” have allowed vampires to be caught on film.
Marita Cradle, the proprietor of New Orleans’ popular shop, Boutique du Vampypre, gives “Vamped” another favourable review on her vlog, “VBITE.” She praises two particular articles—and displays a familiar drink.
We’re truly honoured by the favourable mention of our website on the August 28, 2014 edition of [Boutique du Vampyre owner] Marita Crandle’s nightly vlog, VBITE, “Vampire Business and Topics of Entertainment.”
Despite being dead 15 years prior the film’s cinematic debut, Adolf Hitler [rants] about the film’s Blu-Ray transfer, after he is informed of its problems with sound, grain and being “released in an aspect ratio of 2:1”.
The results of our hard work, as of writing this article, . . . 308 views . . . with 5 new subscribers; 456 organic views from our Vamped’s Facebook page; 23 shares on Facebook; and 9 retweets and 11 favorites on Twitter