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Make Him Burn

Time to go back to the 1600s for another reported case of vampirism!  This time our story takes place in Silesia, which is a historical region of central Europe, now known as Poland, Czech Republic and Germany. But on to the vampires! In Silesia lived a man named Cuntius who was a well-loved member of…

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The Vampire Diaries, Season 1, Episode 11

Finally! God, months without the Vampire Diaries, and for what? Those lazy Hollywood jerk-offs. And the last episode was left at such a crazy cliff-hanger! Gosh! Elena Gilbert, trapped under her wrecked car, while a vampire advances, –but Damon shows up, and saves the day, freeing her from the vehicle. The second Damon shows, the…

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Can A Spell Turn You Into a Vampire?

Everyone knows that the only way to be turned into a vampire is to let one snack on your neck for awhile, right? But what if there were a different way? And better yet, a way that included no pain being inflicted upon yourself? Yes, I think most of us would agree that would indeed…

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Ethan Hawke and Weirdly Sexual Vampires

In a recent interview, Ethan Hawke, the star of the latest hit vampire movie, Daybreakers, gave us a bit of insight on how he feels about vampires. “I know why I like vampires, it’s the same reason 11-year-olds like vampires. I remember I spent the night over at a friend’s house when I was about…

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The Vampire Kitty-cat Chronicles

As I’m sure you can all guess, I read a lot of vampire books. Gasp! Shocking right? Anyway, while I find most of them enjoyable, very few genuinely amaze me and give me something completely unique. But The Vampire Kitty-cat Chronicles by Ray Rhamey is one of those rare books that left me pleasantly surprised….

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The Giant’s Grave

Once upon a time in Derry, Ireland lived a dwarf named Abhartach. Now this was no ordinary dwarf, this dwarf was a magician and a vile tyrant. After committing many horrible cruelties he was at last vanquished by a neighboring chieftain, said to be Fionn Mac Cumhail. The wicked dwarf’s body was then buried in…

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New Moon DVD Release Date Announced!

Just when you thought the whole New Moon madness was over, they go and announce the date of the DVD release! Of course, I’m excited since I’m a Twilight fanatic but for all of you haters out there, you’ll have to put up with it for a couple of more months. The New Moon DVD…

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Evolve

Are you looking for a vampire book that is will hold your attention and give you something you’ve never read before? Then this March you should definitely pick up your copy of the upcoming vampire anthology, Evolve. Evolve is edited by the award-winning author Nancy Kilpatrick. She has published eighteen novels, over one hundred and…

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Finding Blood Sources Might be Trickier than It Seems

We may not be living in a Daybreakers world just yet, but it’s true that finding sources of blood can be somewhat tough for modern vampires. While there are many vampire bars and vampire groups where blood is readily available, these are often only open during certain hours and let’s face it, not only is…

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Poison and Blood

What do you get when you mix massive birds, large talons, bloodlust and breasts full of poison? The ancient Roman creature known as the strix! The strix (plural: striga) is a legendary creature from Roman mythology. Often depicted as a screech owl, this vampire-like creature is a nocturnal bird of ill omen that feds on…

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Perchance to Dream….About Vampires

We love vampires soooo much that sometimes, our subconscious just can’t help but let them into the inner workings of our minds while we’re sleeping. And vampire dreams, just like any other kind of dreams, are certainly symbolic of things going on in our everyday, wakeful lives. So, whether you’re dreaming about being attacked by…

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The Infamous Montague Summers

Way back when science was beginning to beat out illogical superstition there was still a man that was well known for his occult knowledge. Montague Summers (1880-1947) was a semi-famous English cleric, Gothic scholar and at the time, the leading figure on the occult. Even though he spent nearly his whole life studying the supernatural,…

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