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 library in Whitby might have a book so important to the genesis of Dracula, it has been called “Count Dracula’s birth certificate.”
The vampire studies symposium was the main event—but there were other things to see and do in Texas.
Erin Chapman returns to England a year after her previous visit in search of vampires. She meets a Highgate Vampire blogger and digs for articles through the British Library’s microfilm collection. What did she find?
Ten years ago today, Stephenie Meyer’s “Twilight,” set in Forks, Washington, was unleashed on the world and became a pop culture phenomenon. Erin Chapman took a trip to Forks to unravel the saga’s affect on the town.
In Vamped’s first travel post, Erin Chapman details her visit to London: in search of vampires! Join her as she stops by the British Library and Highgate Cemetery. Pictures included for your viewing pleasure.