The International Dracula Conference is just around the corner. Will you dare to go?
Here’s what I did during my visit to the Fourth World Dracula Congress in Dublin.
A case study on how easily “vampire” burials spread without fact-checking.
An “unusual” burial was recently unearthed in Romania. One reporter claims the “remains are suspected as the vampire myth.” Is she right?
The Transylvanian Society of Dracula recently celebrated its 25th anniversary—but there have been some major shake-ups in the last several months.
A library in Whitby might have a book so important to the genesis of Dracula, it has been called “Count Dracula’s birth certificate.”
In celebration of World Dracula Day, we’ve taken a look at claims made about Vlad Dracula’s table manners.
The vampire studies symposium was the main event—but there were other things to see and do in Texas.
Running out of time and still need something for your vampire Valentine? Never fear! Erin Chapman is here with a few gift ideas.
The earliest appearance of vampires in English is found in the London Journal’s March 11, 1732 issue in its discussion of the famous Arnold Paul case. Or is it? Anthony Hogg discusses another possible candidate.