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Vampire Encounters on the Radio

“Coast To Coast AM – November 19, 2014 Encounters with Vampires Like On Facebook For All The Current Shows” If you are old enough to know who Art Bell is, then you’ll get why this so much fun, and the awesomeness that is AM talk radio. If you’re not, you’ll just Google it and pretend…

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Seven of the Most Twisted Vampire Murderers

These vampire killers will haunt your dreams. Most people think of vampires as being romantic: dark, strange men that live hundreds of years, have plenty of cash, and drive around in shiny foreign cars looking for misunderstood emo chicks to fall in love with. What if vampires were… well. More like these guys? Couples from…

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Is the Government Keeping Vampires a Secret?

The clinically clean floors are surrounded by stark white walls. There are no windows in this eerie room, just artificial light shining down on a cold metal slab. Walking in you see menacing medical instruments, each telling its own tale. Underneath the nauseating and overpowering reek of industrial cleaner is the smell of old blood….

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Bulgarian ‘Vampire’ Makes National Geographic’s 2012 Top 10

The “vampire” skeleton, unearthed during archaeology excavations in the Bulgarian Black Sea town of Sozopol, has been included in the National Geographic ranking of the 10 most popular news pictures for 2012. Everyone loves vampires. From the National Geographic website: “The discovery of a 700-year-old skeleton in Bulgaria—seen at the country’s National Museum of History…

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An Accurate Reporting on the Serbian Government Issuing a Vampire Warning

I have written about countless vampire cases over the years, reports of real vampires preying on villages and towns. All of those cases took place well over a hundred years ago, but now I’ve got a current one for you today. The local council in western Serbia recently issued a public health warning that a…

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The Court of Lazarus: New York’s Metropolitan Vampire Society

I am not aware of how many vampire courts exist today, as many vampire houses and courts remain secretive and are hard to find. There is a well-known vampire court, which exists in New York, however, called The Court of Lazarus. Originally called The Society of Lazarus, members voted to officially organize as a court…

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Texas “Vampire” Attacks Woman and Gives Vampire Fans a Bad Name

Yet another crazy dumbass claiming to be a vampire has made the news and once again vampire fans are getting hell for it. I hate these people, I hate these stories, but here I am again writing about some moron giving us vampire lovers a bad name. Cue the rant and raving… now. So here’s…

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Arizona “Vampire” Gets Probation for Attacking Roommate

And once again a psychotic vampire wannabe makes the news and gives us normal vampire fans a bad name. Sigh. This time around it’s a crazed bloodthirsty man in Arizona that’s causing the trouble. A few days ago he was sentenced to three years of probation after he was convicted of stabbing a roommate who…

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The Vampire of Croglin Grange

I’ve got quite the tale for you today Dear Readers, a supposedly true case of vampirism! The Vampire of Croglin Grange is one of the most extraordinary and famous cases of undead attack, mainly due to its conceivable circumstances and its original appearance in the memoirs of Augustus Hare (The Story of My Life, 1896)…

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The Blow Vampire

Throughout the centuries countless cases of vampirism have been reported and recorded, leaving a massive trail of death, blood and superstition for us to follow. Today’s event, recorded in the book Magia Posthuma, brings us to Kadam, Bohemia in the year 1706. This case begins with a herdsman named Myslata of Blow that continued to…

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A True Rhode Island Vampire

In Rhode Island in the late 1700s lived a 19-year-old girl named Sarah Tillinghast. Sarah was a dreamy girl, spending her days wandering small graveyards where Revolutionary soldiers lay. She was known to bring a book of poetry to these places and seat herself on a grave slab and read for hours on end. One…

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Please Turn Me Into A Vampire!

“Please turn me into a vampire!” I read this comment here a lot. Now, before I continue I want to make it very clear that this is by no means an insult to those of you that wish to become a vampire. I totally understand your reasons for wishing it, so as I said, this…

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