\@Vampire Mythology

 
Encyclopedia of Vampire Mythology
by Theresa Bane
McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers
Jefferson, North Carolina, and London
 
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  • \@Vampire Mythology: Bibliography —   [↑] @Vampire Mythology   Abbott, George Frederick. Macedonian Folklore. Cambridge, MA: University Press, 1903. Abrahams, Roger D. The ManofWords in the West Indies: Performance and the Emergence of Creole Culture. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins… …   Encyclopedia of vampire mythology

  • \@Vampire Mythology: Preface —   [↑] @Vampire Mythology   I am a vampirologist a mythologist who specializes in crosscultural vampire studies. There are many people who claim to be experts on vampire lore and legend who will say that they know all about Vlad Tepes and Count… …   Encyclopedia of vampire mythology

  • \@Vampire Mythology: Introduction —   [↑] @Vampire Mythology   Vampire. To those people who believe that there are such creatures in the supernatural, bloodsucking predators who stalk mankind in the night, just hearing this word aloud in a crowded room instantly draws their… …   Encyclopedia of vampire mythology

  • \@Vampire Mythology: Annotation —   [↑] @Vampire Mythology   Encyclopedia of Vampire Mythology by Theresa Bane   –= HAPPY HALLOWEEN 2014 =–   Language: [En En] File version: 1.0 Compilation Date: 31.10.2014 Compiled by Deinom Headlines: 718 Entries: 671 Special (H/E): 7/7  … …   Encyclopedia of vampire mythology

  • \@Vampire Mythology: Impressum —   [↑] @Vampire Mythology   LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOGUING IN PUBLICATION DATA Bane, Theresa, 1969– Encyclopedia of vampire mythology / Theresa Bane. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978 0 7864 4452 6 illustrated case binding …   Encyclopedia of vampire mythology

  • \@Vampire Mythology: Non-Dictionary Text —   [↑] @Vampire Mythology   Page V: To my father, Amedeo C. Falcone, Noli nothi permittere te terere. Page 13: For foreign terms where the pronunciation is known, a key is given …   Encyclopedia of vampire mythology

  • Vampire Dog, Shuck — It is possible that reports of vampiric dogs were originally based on sightings of rabid dogs or dogs afflicted with canine leishmania, but the lore of such creatures remains. Described as ferocious and overly aggressive, smelling of death, with… …   Encyclopedia of vampire mythology

  • Vampire Chair — (Vam pire Chair) In Canter County in the mountains of East Tennessee, United States, chair making brothers Eli and Jacob Odom were famous for their tight joint, mule eared, slat back, hickory splits, woven seat chairs. Hundreds of their chairs… …   Encyclopedia of vampire mythology

  • Vampire Pumpkin — During the 1930s and 40s a researcher named T. P. Vukavonic was studying the Lesani Gypsies of Serbia for a book he went on to write, titled The Vampire. Much speculation has always existed around Vukavonic s telling of the Lesani s belief in a… …   Encyclopedia of vampire mythology

  • Vampire Dog, Ennerdale — For 65 years there was a vampiric creature,many say it was a dog, that hunted sheep all over England, Ireland, and Scotland from 1810 to 1874 and again briefly from 1905 to 1906. The first report of the animal came in May 1810 in the town of… …   Encyclopedia of vampire mythology

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