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Teaching If it sucks like a vampire...

If it sucks like a vampire...

The modern image of the vampire began in the 19th century, when Bram Stoker combined Celtic legends with some from Eastern Europe to create the classic novel Dracula. But vampire legends did not start, or end, with Stoker’s elegant, blood-sucking count.

Pamela D. Toler, Ph. D in history
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What is vampire folklore like in different cultures?


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