I sure hope so, seeing how it is coming in April. It’s the night when all of the evils of the world come out to prey upon the innocent, leaving mass chaos and despair in their wake. It’s the Feast of St. George. The Feast of St. George is an important religious festival celebrated in…Continue readingAre You Prepared for the Most Dangerous Night of the Year?
Do you have roses in your garden? If you do it’s most likely because they look pretty and smell fantastic. And do you have any trees in your yard? Chances are they were put there for privacy and to make your yard look nicer. The same goes for those other flowers, shrubs, and bushes surrounding…Continue readingNature Against Vampires
In ancient times, and even now, laying food offerings at shrines to gods or other various higher powers was and is a very common practice. But these contributions weren’t always laid out for unseen forces, sometimes they were to honor the dead, or used as a means of mystical protection from supernatural beings. A common…Continue readingFood Offerings For The Dead
Do you think your neighbors might be vampires? Or do you just get the feeling that there are a lot of vamps hanging out near your home? If you do, and you’re not the “come bit my neck” type, you might want to do a few things to safeguard your home against vampires. So you…Continue readingHow to Vampire-Proof Your Home
We have all heard the myth before, that vampire can’t stand garlic whatsoever. To use garlic on a vampire would make them run away in disgust. It’s a classic method of protection and an item that any sane vampire hunter has on them. But where in the world did that legend come from? Out of…Continue readingWhy Do Vampires Hate Garlic?
There are loads of totally random, weird, strange and wonderful vampire facts. An assortment of delicious little tidbits for vampire fans to sink their fangs into. So here is the first part of what will no doubt be a running series. Some silly, devilish and unbelievable vampire facts… Fishnets: Yup, fishnets. Nets used to catch…Continue readingLeech Lover Facts: Part 1