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The Richmond Vampire

It was a rainy day in Richmond, Virginia when the urban legend of The Richmond Vampire was born. If you live in the area then you already know the tale, if not… On October 2, 1925 C&O locomotive #231, operated by engineer, Tom Mason, was heading into Richmond to pass through Church Hill Tunnel. The…

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Vampire Confections, etc.

You guys have come to this website time and time again to get the latest and greatest on all things vampire. We have covered topics such as how to dress like the undead, where to hang-out, as well as endless conclusions and gossip about the hottest vampire shows on television. But have you ever read…

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A Drop of True Blood: Bill

Bill features quite prominently in this minisode, as he entertains a visitor with a surprise agenda. [myspace]http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=105110140[/myspace]

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Dracula Is A Racist

Who said vampires have to be all dark, broody and serious? Not Matt Melvin, that’s for damn sure. Melvin’s book Dracula Is A Racist is… I don’t even know the words. Let’s go with crazy, hilarious, bizarre, witty… and well, you get the point. Anyway, check out the book description: Vampires: The 100% Bona Fide…

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Amish Vampire Romance… Sounds Like a Hit!

William M. Briggs, author of  ‘Breaking the Law of Averages: Real-Life Probability and Statistics in Plain English’ and ‘So, You Think You’re Psychic?’ has wondered about the new vampire sub-genres that might be emerging any time soon, with so much attention on vampires lately. Not as much as we have, perhaps, but he’s put a…

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New Vampire Movie!

No, literally, the name of the movie is ‘Vampire’, –at least, that’s the working title so far. The Japanese indie film director, Shunji Iwai, is putting together a vampire movie with a bunch of actors that most of us probably haven’t even taken the time to wonder about. But, on the other hand, at least…

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Vampire Vacations

If you’re an adventurous kind of person, you should consider going on a vampire vacation. I’m not talking about mapping out where you can spot a real vampire and gearing-up by purchasing mass amounts of holy water and the like. If you’re a true vampire fan, you should travel around the world and country to…

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Buffy Summers

The show may have ended years ago, but Buffy the Vampire Slayer continues to have a massive fan base, and with the rise of vampire popularity Buffy is back and bigger than ever! “In every generation there is a Chosen One. She alone will stand against the vampires, the demons, and the forces of darkness….

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Nina Dobrev on Season 2 of ‘Vampire Diaries’

In a recent interview with Fearnet.com, Nina Dobrev (who we all know as Elena from the Vampire Diaries) shared all sorts of goodies with us bloodthirsty fans. She dishes about her castmates, how she feels about playing Katherine, what she’d like to see in season 2 and more! Have a look: Having seen the three…

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True Blood Sunday Presents: In Memorium (Part 1)

SPOILERS! Duh. If you haven’t seen both seasons yet, don’t read this. It will ruin it for you. But uh… be sure to Tweet it anyway. Over the last two seasons of True Blood, we’ve seen quite a few great, –and terrible, characters die. Some of them we expected to see for a much longer…

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The Original Lamia

One of the earliest beings to show some serious vampire-like characteristics is the ancient lamia, a usually female or hermaphroditic demon that prowled the night looking for tasty humans. She’s described as having the head and breasts of a woman, but the lower body of a snake. Her favorite snack was sleeping babies whom she…

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Fright Night Updates Plus Casting News

As it has been previously mentioned, a remake of the eighties film Fright Night is in the works. Some new updates have been revealed so here’s what we know so far: Dreamworks has picked up the project with Michael De Luca producing, Craig Gillespie directing and screenwriting duties going to Marti Noxon. Marti Noxon‘s previous…

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