If you’ve read anything about Dracula, you’ve probably heard of Vlad the Impaler. But chances are, Bram Stoker didn’t know much about this legendary Romanian.
Irish author Bram Stoker wrote the Gothic horror novel, Dracula, in 1897. In the novel, the vampire Dracula must relocate from Transylvania to England and Abraham Van Helsing attempts to stop him. The novel is responsible for defining and influencing the modern vampire in contemporary culture. Read articles about Dracula below.
A look at the transformation of the vampire from evil blood sucker to tragic gothic hero.
One of the most frequently asked questions I receive is on the nature of vampires and if they are “real.”