vampire


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a perversely bad, cruel, or wicked person

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(folklore) a corpse that rises at night to drink the blood of the living

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Harkup, who lectures on vampires to get people interested in science, said she had one unfulfilled ambition – to become a real vampire hunter She said: "I've never been called in to investigate a vampire case yet.
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Summary: From True Blood to Twilight, vampires are super fashionable right now.
She is even more successful at using a broad range of vampire stories to illustrate her point.
They are as popular today as they were in Victorian times, as the success of recent creations such as Twilight, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the Vampire Diaries and Angel have proved.
But Dr Waters believes the current re-awakening of vampire interest reflects the bloody atmosphere of violence linked with 9/11 and terrorist attacks.
Another fun vampire film of the era was the one acted by Rodolfo Guzman Huerta, better known as El Santo.
For a pastime with dark, anti-religious overtones, vampire fashion is itself becoming oddly like an organised religion.
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Massey University Albany School of Management lecturer Andrew Cardow is a vampire researcher and has written on how the monster is now seen as an "everyman with fangs".
Fanged at age 15, she has endured the last 51 years as a vampire by living with her "mum" in Sydney, pursuing her writing career and attending the Tuesday night meetings of her salvation, the Reformed Vampire Support Group.
Presenting the basics of vampire lore from anatomy (apparently vampires have withered internal organs and small lungs whose sole purpose is to provide air for speech, since they don't breathe) to basic physical and magical self-defense against vampires, to proper etiquette when invited to a vampire banquet.
So many of Dracula's brethren are being sired nowadays that Weitz and his brother have dueling vampire films out this fall.