Andy Boylan reviews “The Vampire in Folklore, History, Literature, Film and Television: A Comprehensive Bibliography” (2015) by J. Gordon Melton and Alysa Hornick.
Erin Chapman shares her findings after attending a vampire studies symposium on Oct. 31, 2015 at North Central Texas College.
On Aug. 3, 2015, the South African Vampyre Community’s Vampyre Academy, released a poll asking self-identified vampires how they thought vampirologists should behave. Here’s what I have to say about that.
On June 2, 2015, I was scouring the web for something interesting to share on our Facebook page, Vampire Studies, when I came across an article about “what may be the world’s first master’s degree in Vampire Studies.”
Marita Crandle—owner Boutique du Vampyre—directed my attention to an interesting “website” discussing vampires in Alaska. Apparently, advances in “vampirology and technology” have allowed vampires to be caught on film.