We wish you a Merry Vampire Christmas! Erin Chapman shares five treats for this festive occasion.
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.
This is Vamped’s 100th post. To celebrate the occasion, Vamped’s co-administrator, Erin Chapman, shares her top 10 most memorable experiences working for Vamped since its official launch on Jan. 20, 2014.
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.
Twenty years ago today, “Interview with the Vampire” was released in Australian cinemas. This is the second part of our two part article commemorating the film’s 20th anniversary. For instance, did you know…
How time flies. It’s already been 20 years since “Interview with the Vampire” was released. To commemorate the occasion, we’ve gathered 20 interesting 20 facts about the film; some you might know, others you might not.
On October 22, 2014, two 19th century vampire killing kits sold at an auction for thousands of dollars. It’s a story you’ve probably heard many times before. But the trade must stop. Here’s 6 reasons why it needs to.
After my [iPhone Apps] article . . . many readers asked, “What about Android apps?” . . . I . . . typed in “vampires” [into Google’s Play Store]; it only came up with 252 apps as opposed to the 1,639 offered by Apple.
For your amusement and as a little experiment for my own curiosity, I hunted through Apple’s App Store for any entertaining vampire goodness. Type in “vampires” and you get 1,639 apps to choose from . . . where to start?
After wrapping the previous instalment, five songs didn’t seem enough . . . Before I continue with the list, I’ll discuss criticisms of the entries and the methodology I used for selecting them the first time