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March 17, 2010

The Real Vegetarian Vampires

Heads up Edward: you’re not the only vegetarian vampire anymore!  Surprising, I found in my research that Serbian gypsies believe that inanimate objects, like garden equipment and fruit (especially pumpkins and watermelons) can turn into vampires if left outdoors overnight on the eve of the full moon.  The vampire pumpkin or watermelon is known to […]

Filed by at March 17th, 2010 under Legends/Folklore
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March 16, 2010

Vrykolakas

Vrykolakas is a greek mythological creature with many attributes of the vampire.  It is one of the oldest vampire related myths, and the myth has shown an evolution from a supernatural form to a revenant form.  In history, vampire myths originated describing vampires as being supernatural beings, often demonic in nature.  Over time these myths […]

Filed by at March 16th, 2010 under Legends/Folklore
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March 10, 2010

Vampires Will Never Hurt You

In case the embedded video doesn’t load, try this link. Welcome to the Land of Thieves and Ghosts!  I think it’s fairly safe to say that vampires are taking over society lately, what with highly grossing novels like Twilight, and new television shows like TrueBlood and Vampire Diaries.  I’ve always been an avid reader, and I […]

Filed by at March 10th, 2010 under Miscellaneous
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