The vampire studies symposium was the main event—but there were other things to see and do in Texas.
What makes these “vampire killing stakes” worth so much money? Erin Chapman investigates.
Anthony Hogg interviews Phineas J Legheart, a vampire killing kit maker so successful, he says it’s his “current full time job”. But who is Legheart? Why does he make vampire killing kits—and why do people buy them?
Welcome to the fourth installment of “Monthly Digests”! What did you miss in November? Halloween treats, a trip to London, Bela Lugosi’s vampire movies, our website getting targeted by a vampire hunter and lots more!
On Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014, a “Blomberg” vampire killing kit sold for thousands at an auction. But it also seems people are slowly realising “antique” vampire killing kits are not as old as they’re supposed to be.
Welcome to the third installment of “Monthly Digests”! What did you miss in October? Check out two of Vamped’s most ambitious articles; one on vampire facials, the other on “19th century” vampire killing kits. And more!
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.