The Highgate Vampire made its public debut fifty years ago today.
Folklorist, Trystan Swale, considers Della Farrant’s case for hauntings at London’s Highgate Cemetery in her book “Haunted Highgate” (2014). Does the evidence weigh in her favour or has she written a damp squib?
In this long-awaited sequel to “5 Reasons Why a Wampyr Didn’t Walk in Highgate” (Feb. 27, 2015), Erin Chapman casts another critical eye over Sean Manchester’s claim that a vampire stalked Highgate Cemetery in 1970.
Erin Chapman’s “5 Reasons a Wampyr Didn’t Walk in Highgate” took three months to write—Vamped’s most ambitious article to date. Here’s the “Making Of”; a behind-the-scenes discussion about the article’s origins.
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.
Self-proclaimed vampire hunter and notorious content thief, Sean Manchester, 70, issued our website with a “Notification of Copyright or DMCA Infringement Complaint” on Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014. Here’s what we’ve done.
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.