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Vlad Tepes

Known as Vlad III the Impaler in common Romanian reference; also known as Vlad Dracula or Vlad Drăculea and Kazıklı Voyvoda in Turkish; November or December, 1431 – December 1476) was Prince (voivode) of Wallachia, a former polity which is now part of Romania

Un-Dead TV: The Ultimate Guide to Vampire Television

Un-Dead TV (c) Brad Middleton

Greetings vampire fans! After over 3 1/2 years of researching, writing, and watching a whole lot of television, my book, Un-Dead TV, is finally in print!

Un-Dead TV: The Ultimate Guide to Vampire Television

PR: The Dracula Project

The Dracula project to promote Transylvania as tourism destination represents the most profitable strategy that can be found for the development of the tourism in this region, according to a release of the Romanian Federation of Tourism and Service Employers (FPTS) remitted to Agerpres.

Press Release: "Dracula Chronicles"

For 40 years Foia scoured libraries, museums, churches, monasteries, mosques and mausoleums spanning 2 continents. In the end, he utilized this vast knowledge of the subject to recreate Dracula’s World in an epic multi-volume historical novel.


PRLog (Press Release) - Jan. 4, 2013 - Seattle, WA -- Seattle author and resident, Victor T. Foia, has published the first volume of the "Dracula Chronicles" series, "Son of the Dragon", now available on Amazon Kindle http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ARSJNW6.

Lure of the Vampire: A Pop Culture Reference Book of Lists, Websites, and Very Personal Essays is available now

Lure of the Vampire by Bertena Varney

My book, Lure of the Vampire: A Pop Culture Reference Book of Lists, Websites, and Very Personal Essays has finally been published.

Lure of the Vampire is a non fiction quick reference book of vampires. It is divided into ten sections and each section has lists, websites, and essays. There are essays not only from the author but six of her author friends that write either young adult, erotic, or non fiction.

The sections include with mythology, history, literature, movies, television, children, recreation, education, weblife, and real life vampires.

Real Dracula was a savior to many

LAKE PARK, Iowa, July 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Fans of Twilight: Throw out everything you think you know about vampires. Vladislaus Dracula, the man on which one of the grisliest mythical characters ever invented is based, had none of the characteristics most often attributed to him.

The only work of fiction to include accurate details of Dracula's real life, some never before revealed, is My Vladislaus Dracula, a new work of fiction by Teresa L. Jones and published by AuthorHouse.

Tepes just a victim of 'bad propaganda'

BUCHAREST (AFP) – An exhibition opened July 9 in Bucharest that aims to debunk the myths surrounding Walachian prince Vlad Tepes (the Empaler), who inspired Bram Stoker's bloodsucking character Dracula. "The exhibition is based on historical studies showing that the legends related to Vlad Dracula were aimed at presenting eastern Europe as a primitive land and a source of evil," Austrian curator Margot Rauch told AFP.

Dracula's dungeon found in Hungarian town

It is being reported that Dracula's dungeon -- meaning, some sort of underground structure once belonging to Vlad Tepes -- has been discovered in the small Hungarian town of Pécs, under the central town square. Apparently Vlad used to have a house there, which is now long gone, but the remains of a cellar area have been found.

Hunedoara Castle now open to the public

Dracula's castle -- actually Hunedoara Castle, where the father of Vlad III (also known as the Vlad The Impaler) was imprisoned for seven years -- opened to the public on June 1st. It is located in Transylvania, Romania and is under the management of Princess Ileana of Romania and her family.

A few good words about Vlad the Impaler

October 18, 2008 (The Vancouver Sun / John Burns) -- C.C. (Chris) Humphreys is a contrarian. That will be clear to anyone who picks up the Vancouver-actor-turned-author's latest novel, a revisionary look at the notorious Vlad Dracula, better known as Count Dracula. But it's also a trait that long preceded the publication of Vlad: The Last Confession (McArthur & Company, $34.95).

In Search of Dracula

All countries have their heroes. Romania's most celebrated are the two princes of Wallachia who battled the Ottoman empire. The first is Michael the Brave who reigned from 1558 until his assassination in 1601.

Fanged Films

From the Library

As the 20th century evolved, rational man turned to science to explain mythology that had pervaded for thousands of years. How could a man be mistaken for a vampire? How could someone appear to have been the victim of a vampire attack? Science, in time, came back with answers that may surprise you.Anemia
A million fancies strike you when you hear the name: Nosferatu!N O S F E R A T Udoes not die!What do you expect of the first showing of this great work?Aren't you afraid? - Men must die. But legend has it that a vampire, Nosferatu, 'der Untote' (the Undead), lives on men's blood! You want to see a symphony of horror? You may expect more. Be careful. Nosferatu is not just fun, not something to be taken lightly. Once more: beware.- Publicity for Nosferatu in the German magazine Buhne und Film, 1922  

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