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FRUITA, Colo. - If a Western Slope woman is to be believed, vampires may be lurking in Colorado's Grand Valley.
The woman claims she spotted a vampire in the middle of a dirt road near Fruita, Colo. Sunday night. She told Colorado State Troopers she was startled by the undead being, threw her SUV into reverse, and crashed into a canal.
She was not injured.
State Troopers say the woman's husband arrived at the scene and took her home. The vampire, which was not seen by anyone else, apparently let her get away.
Troopers do not suspect drugs or alcohol to be factors in the crash.
A New Zealand man claimed he was bitten by three people who allegedly drank his blood during a vampire-style attack in the dark.
Details of the bizarre late night incident on Mount Victoria, an unlit beauty spot that overlooks the capital, Wellington, emerged after two people appeared in court jointly charged with wounding with intent to render a man unconscious.
James Phillip Brooks, 22, and Xenia Gregoriana Borichevsky, 19, were both remanded on bail without entering a plea.
A warrant was issued for the arrest of a third accused, James Eric Orr, 19, who failed to appear at Wellington District Court.
The charge carries a maximum penalty of 14 years in jail.
It is believed the victim, whose name has been suppressed by the court, passed out after being bitten on the night of February 20.
The college-aged man became verbally abusive to the arresting officers, and threatened to kill one deputy and his family. He then taunted that he could smell the officers blood from the backseat of the cruiser.
Whiteman was placed in restraints after arriving at the jail, but not before telling a female employee that he wanted to eat her kidney.
He's due to appear before a judge in Oberlin Municipal Court on April 28th at 2PM.
Cops Arrest Very Drunk Vampire Girl!!!
A common conception is that real Vampires are mythological or folkloric beings who subsist by feeding on the life essence (generally in the form of blood) of living creatures, regardless of whether they are undead or a living person. But in todays and recent news stories from around the world individuals claiming to be the actual undead seems to be on the rise. Sheriff's deputies confronted by "vampire" --WTAM.com
In early 1970 local press spread rumors that a vampire haunted Highgate Cemetery in London. Amateur vampire hunters flocked in large numbers to the cemetery. Several books have been written about the case, notably by Sean Manchester, a local man who was among the first to suggest the existence of the "Highgate Vampire" and who later claimed to have exorcised and destroyed a whole nest of vampires in the area. In January 2005, rumours circulated that an attacker had bitten a number of people in Birmingham, England, fuelling concerns about a vampire roaming the streets. However, local police stated that no such crime had been reported and that the case appears to be an urban legend.
In one of the more notable cases of vampiric entities in the modern age, the chupacabra ("goat-sucker") of Puerto Rico and Mexico is said to be a creature that feeds upon the flesh or drinks the blood of domesticated animals, leading some to consider it a kind of vampire.
The "chupacabra hysteria" was frequently associated with deep economic and political crises, particularly during the mid-1990s.
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In Europe, where much of the vampire folklore originates, the vampire is considered a fictitious being, although many communities have embraced the revenant for economic purposes. In some cases, especially in small localities, vampire superstition is still rampant and sightings or claims of vampire attacks occur frequently. In Romania during February 2004, several relatives of Toma Petre feared that he had become a vampire. They dug up his corpse, tore out his heart, burned it, and mixed the ashes with water in order to drink it. Vampirism also represents a relevant part of modern day's occultist movements. The mythos of the vampire, his magickal qualities, allure, and predatory archetype express a strong symbolism that can be used in ritual, energy work, and magick, and can even be adopted as a spiritual system.The vampire has been part of the occult society in Europe for centuries and has spread into the American sub-culture as well for more than a decade, being strongly influenced by and mixed with the neo gothic aesthetics.
NYC 'Vampire' Bites Cabbie in Vicious Robbery Attempt
A photo of what many believe is a real vampire is circulating Is this man truly undead?
Is this a photo of a real blood sucking vampire?
Suspect in savage attack on New York City cab driver shown in this photo released by the NYPD.
NYPD Searching For Blood-Thirsty Robbery Suspect Who Repeatedly Gouged Driver All Over During Attempted Heist
He was sitting in the back of a livery cab. Some time after a photo was snapped he tried to rob Mahmoud Seck. During a furious fight, the would-be robber bit Seck in the neck, near his elbow, his back and his head. Seck, from Senegal, said the crook in his back seat told him he was about to die when he demanded the money.
"Your family --- expects to see you dead!" Seck said, recounting what he remembers his assailant saying.
Seck's brother demonstrated how the thief grabbed his neck from behind while holding a gun. But Seck did not give in and went for the gun. And then, somehow, he released the weapon's clip.
"I haven't dated a girl older than 19 since 2006," said the Tampa man as his 19-year-old daughter and his 2-year-old grandson met him at the Greyhound station. "It's good to be me."
"The Impaler" claims he's a direct descendent of Vlad II the Impaler, better known as Dracula.
He has scheduled a Monday press conference in Tampa to announce his plans to file paperwork to run for President of the United States in 2012. He recently switched his party affiliation from Independent to Republican so he can run with the G.O.P.
Man claiming to be vampire prompts bomb scare near courthouse
A two-block section of Third Avenue near the King County Courthouse was closed for two hours Friday morning after a man with a suspicious device wired to his arm told people he was a vampire looking for food.
Vampirism is the practice of drinking blood from a person or animal. In folklore and popular culture, the term refers to a belief that one can gain supernatural powers by drinking human blood. The historical practice of vampirism can generally be considered a more specific and less commonly occurring form of cannibalism. The consumption of another's blood (or flesh) has been used as a tactic of psychological warfare intended to terrorize the enemy, and can be used to reflect various spiritual beliefs.
In zoology and botany, the term vampirism is used in reference to leeches, mosquito's, mistletoe, vampire bats, and other organisms that subsist on the bodily fluids of other hosts.
Tales of the dead craving blood are found in nearly every culture around the world, including some of the most ancient ones. Vampire-like spirits called the Lilu are mentioned in early Babylonian demonology, and the even more ancient bloodsucking Akhkharu in Sumerian mythology. These female demons were said to roam during the hours of darkness, hunting and killing newborn babies and pregnant women. One of the demons, named Lilitu, was later adapted to Jewish demonology as Lilith.
German vampire cult
A sick cult of blood drinkers has emerged in Germany with more than 150 members inspired by the cult series The Vampire Diaries
German media reported today that members got a kick similar to sex by drinking each other's blood and their own blood - some even believing that it gave them extra strength, intelligence and health.
One member of the vampire cult named only as Rafael, 39, from Regensburg, confirmed: "There are around 150 of us in Germany. We notice each other by the scars caused mostly by razorblades.
1. The Alaska Twilight Cruise and Convention at Sea
Passengers will be able to meet stars from the movies - including Alex Meraz (who played Paul in Twilight), Michael Welch (Mike Newton in New Moon) and Jodelle Ferland (Bree in the forthcoming movie Eclipse), pose for photos with the celebs and enjoy themed activities like a costume ball. The cruise operator even offers an additional three-day tour to Forks, Washington, where the story is set, before the Twilight cruise sets sail.
Forget the fictional variety, and hunt for "real" vampires on a trip to Transylvania. Take an Eastern European river cruise into Romania with Viking River Cruises' Eastern European Odyssey River Cruise, and add on a trip to Brasov for a tour of "Dracula's Castle," actually Bram Castle, which once belonged to Vlad the Impaler.
Home of Anne Rice - author of the Vampire Chronicles - and the setting for much of Interview with the Vampire, New Orleans embraces its vampire heritage with tours and tales galore. Vampire fans can add on a few days' stay in New Orleans before or after embarking on a Caribbean cruise from the port. British cruise line P&O offers a 30-night cruise on Aurora, taking in 11 ports in eight countries, including a stop in New Orleans.
4. Annual Gothic Cruise and Masquerade Ball
Referred to simply as the Gothic Cruise (for brevity), this cruise is for fans of goth and industrial music and has been held annually for the past 15 years. Taking place on Carnival Liberty in September, the Gothic Cruise is not vampire-themed, per se. But, because there's a particular affinity for vampires among goth fans, and the typical formal wear on the cruise is Victorian style, we think vampires would enjoy this cruise.
Many popular books on ghosts mention a vampire which purportedly haunted Highgate Cemetery in the early 1970s. The growth of its reputation is a fascinating example of modern legend-building, which can be traced through contemporary media reports and subsequent books by two participants, Seán Manchester and David Farrant. The most academic account is given by a folklore scholar, Professor Bill Ellis, in the journal Folklore . He writes from the viewpoint of sociological legend study; this concerns public perceptions of a real or purported event, and how these are shaped into a narrative by processes of rumor, selection, exaggeration, stereotyping etc.
Other narratives which treat these purported happenings as fact are available in the books and web sites of Seán Manchester and David Farrant.
The publicity was initiated by a group of young people interested in the occult who began roaming the overgrown and dilapidated cemetery in the late 1960s, a time when it was being much vandalized by intruders . On 21 December 1969 one of their members, David Farrant, spent the night there, according to his account written in 1991. In a letter to the Hampstead and Highgate Express on 6 February 1970, he wrote that when passing the cemetery on 24 December 1969 he had glimpsed "a grey figure", which he considered to be supernatural, and asked if others had seen anything similar. On the 13th, several people replied, describing a variety of ghosts said to haunt the cemetery or the adjoining Swains Lane. These ghosts were described as a tall man in a hat, a spectral cyclist, a woman in white, a face glaring through the bars of a gate, a figure wading into a pond, a pale gliding form, bells ringing, and voices calling . Hardly two correspondents gave the same story (a common feature in genuine folk traditions about eerie places).
A second local man, Seán Manchester, was just as keen as Farrant to identify and eliminate what he and Farrant believed was a supernatural entity in the cemetery. The Hampstead and Highgate Express reported him on 27 February 1970 as saying that he believed that 'a King Vampire of the Undead', a medieval nobleman who had practiced black magic in medieval Wallachia, had been brought to England in a coffin in the early eighteenth century, by followers who bought a house for him in the West End. He was buried on the site that later became Highgate Cemetery, and Manchester claimed that modern Satanists had roused him. He said the right thing to do would be to stake the vampire's body, and then behead and burn it, but regrettably this would nowadays be illegal. The paper headlined this: 'Does a Wampyr walk in Highgate?'
(Manchester has claimed, however , that the reference to 'a King Vampire from Wallachia' was a journalistic embellishment. Nevertheless, the 1985 edition of his book also speaks of an unnamed nobleman's body brought to Highgate in a coffin from somewhere in Europe.)
In his interview of 27 February, Manchester offered no evidence in support of his theory. The following week, on 6 March, the same paper reported David Farrant as saying he had seen dead foxes in the cemetery, 'and the odd thing was there was no outward sign of how they died.' When told of this, Manchester said it seemed to complement his theory In later writings, both men reported seeing other dead foxes with throat wounds and drained of blood.
Farrant was more hesitant in identifying the phenomenon he had seen. In some interviews he called it simply a ghost or specter, sometimes he agreed that it might be vampirism. It is the 'vampire' label which has stuck.
The Mass Vampire Hunt of March 1970
The ensuing publicity was enhanced by a growing rivalry between Farrant and Manchester, each claiming that he could and would expel or destroy the specter. Manchester declared to his associates that he would hold an 'official' vampire hunt on Friday 13 March -- such Fridays are always ominous dates in British and American superstition (Friday the Thirteenth), and are frequently chosen for items on occult matters in the media. ITV then set up interviews with both Manchester and Farrant, and with others who claimed to have seen supernatural figures in the cemetery. These were broadcast on ITV early on the evening of the 13th; within two hours a mob of 'hunters' from all over London and beyond swarmed over gates and walls into the locked cemetery, despite police efforts to control them.
Manchester's exorcism claims
In later years, Manchester wrote his own account of his doings that night (The Highgate Vampire 1985; 2nd rev. ed. 1991). According to his narrative, he and some companions entered the cemetery, unobserved by the police, via the damaged railings of an adjoining churchyard, and tried to open the door of one particular catacomb to which a psychic sleepwalking girl had previously led him; but try as they might, it would not budge an inch. Failing in this, they climbed down on a rope through an existing hole in its roof, finding empty coffins into which they put garlic, and sprinkling holy water around. .
Some months later, on 1 August 1970 (Lammas Day), the charred and headless remains of a woman's body were found not far from the catacomb. The police suspected that it had been used in black magic. Soon after this incident, there was a noticeable surge in both Farrant's and Manchester's activities. Farrant was found by police in the churchyard beside Highgate Cemetery one night in August, carrying a crucifix and a wooden stake. He was arrested, but when the case came to court it was dismissed .
A few days later Manchester returned to Highgate Cemetery, but in the daytime, when visits are allowed. Again, we must depend on his own published book for an account of his actions, since neither press nor police were present. He claims that this time he and his companions did succeed in forcing open, inch by inch, the heavy and rusty iron doors of a family vault (indicated by his female psychic helper). He lifted the massive lid off one coffin, believing it to have been mysteriously transferred there from the previous catacomb. He was about to drive a stake through the body it contained when a companion persuaded him to desist. Reluctantly, he shut the coffin, put garlic and incense in the vault, and came out from it.
A later chapter of Manchester's book claims that three years afterwards he discovered a vampires corpse (he implies that it was the same one) in the cellar of an empty house in the Highgate/Hornsey area, and staked and burned it.
Manchester's story is full of melodramatic details mirroring the Dracula mythos: the sleepwalking girl; the vampire transported to England in a coffin; a coffined corpse 'gorged and stinking with the life-blood of others', with fangs and burning eyes; his own role as a Van Helsing figure. If he did indeed act as he describes, it can be regarded as a good example of what folklorists (following terminology established by Linda Degh) now call 'ostension' and legend tripping. This means the real-life imitation of elements from a well-known tale, often involving role-playing, and sometimes leading to ritual acts of vandalism and desecration.
There was more publicity about Farrant and Manchester when rumours spread that they would meet in a 'magicians' duel' on Parliament Hill on Friday 13 April 1973, which never came off. Farrant was jailed in 1974 for damaging memorials and interfering with dead remains in Highgate Cemetery -- vandalism and desecration which he insisted had been caused by Satanists, not him. Both episodes kept memories of the Highgate affair vivid. In 1975 Manchester wrote a chapter about it in a book edited by Peter Underwood, a well-known popular writer on ghost lore. The Highgate Vampire is now regularly featured in books and internet sites on occult subjects.
The feud between Manchester and Farrant remains vigorous to this day; each claims to be a competent exorcist and researcher of the paranormal; each pours scorn on the other's alleged expertise. They continue to investigate supernatural phenomena, and have both written and spoken repeatedly about the Highgate events, in every medium available, each stressing his own role to the exclusion of the other.
Seán Manchester, former patron of the Yorkshire Robin Hood Society, claimed also to have discovered a vampire by Robin Hood's Grave on the Kirklees Estate which he visited in 1991. The "vampire nun of Kirklees" was assumed to be the prioress who allegedly had bled Robin to death.
New Orleans and the Vampire Lore
Anne Rice (born Howard Allen O'Brien on October 4, 1941) is a best-selling American author of gothic and, later, religious-themed books. Best known for her Vampire Chronicles, her prevailing thematical focus is on love, death, immortality, existentialism, and the human condition. She was married to poet Stan Rice for 41 years until his death in 2002. Her books have sold nearly 100 million copies, making her one of the most widely read authors in modern history.
Rice's first book, Interview with the Vampire, in 1973 and published it in 1976. This book would be the first in Rice's popular Vampire Chronicles series, which includes 1985's The Vampire Lestat and 1988's The Queen of the Damned. Rice has also published adult-oriented fiction under the pen name Anne Rampling, and has written explicit sado-masochistic erotica as A.N. Roquelaure.
Her fiction is often described as lush and descriptive, and her characters' sexuality is fluid, often displaying homoerotic feelings towards each other. Rice said that the bisexuality was what she was looking for in her characters; a love beyond gender especially with the Vampire Chronicles because the vampires were not of human society, therefore did not go by the expectations of that society. She also weaves philosophical and historic themes into the dense pattern of her books. To her admirers, Rice's books are among the best in modern popular fiction, possessing those elements that create a lasting presence in the literary canon. To her critics, her novels are baroque, "low-brow pulp" and redundant. A critical analysis of Rice's work can be found in S. T. Joshi's book The Modern Weird Tale (2001).
Noted serial Killers who were related to Vampires because of their deeds.
"The Vampire of London" — John George Haigh, U.K. serial killer
John George Haigh (July 24, 1909 — August 10, 1949), nicknamed the "Acid Bath Murderer", was an English serial killer during the 1940s. He was convicted of the murders of six people, although he claimed to have killed a total of nine, dissolving their bodies in sulphuric acid before forging papers in order to sell their possessions and collect substantial sums of money. He acted under the mistaken belief that police needed a body before they could bring a charge of murder. He was convicted through forensic evidence and executed.
"The Vampire of Dusseldorf" — Peter Kürten, German serial killer
Peter Kürten (May 26, 1883-July 2, 1931) was a German serial killer dubbed The Vampire of Düsseldorf by the contemporary media. He committed a series of sex crimes, assaults and murders against adults and children, most notoriously from February to November 1929 in Düsseldorf.
"The Vampire of Paris" — Nicolas Claux (b.1972), French murderer
Nicolas Claux (born March 22, 1972, in Cameroon) is a convicted French murderer and was a self-proclaimed cannibal. He is sometimes referred to as Nico Claux or even the Vampire of Paris. After his release from prison in 2002, he has been painting portraits of serial killers and depictions of crime scenes and murder victims. He is currently residing in Paris. In 2006, a company in the U.S. began marketing a 2007 calendar showcasing Claux's paintings. Demand was so high that the company is considering a 2008 calendar and a line of posters.
"The Vampire Rapist" — Wayne Boden, Canadian serial killer
Wayne Clifford Boden (c. 1948 - March 27, 2006) was a Canadian serial killer and rapist active from 1968-1971. He earned the nickname "the Vampire Rapist" because he had the penchant of biting the breasts of his victims, a modus operandi that led to his conviction due to forensic odontological evidence, the first such conviction in North America and several years ahead of another serial killer, Ted Bundy.
"Vesago" — Rod Ferrell, U.S. murderer
Rodrick Justin Ferrell (born March 28, 1980) was the leader of a loose-knit gang of teenagers from Murray, Kentucky infamously known as the "Vampire Clan". In 1998 Ferrell pled guilty to the double-slaying of a couple from Eustis, Florida, becoming the youngest person in the United States on Death Row. Ferrell told people that he was a 500-year-old vampire named "Vesago."
The tendency of teenagers to be drawn to this group, and to the charismatic Rod Ferrell is thought to have been helped by the presence of a ruined structure nicknamed "Vampire Hotel" that sat in the hills of the Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area located in southwestern Kentucky and northwestern Tennessee.
Following the murders, the Vampire Hotel was mostly destroyed and the roads leading to it were closed off in an effort to stop its use as a secluded meeting place. Most of what remains is a large foundation, resembling a bunker, that extends out of the steep hillside. Scattered bottles and charred piles of wood serve as indications that visits are still made to the structure, located on the heavily wooded hillside overlooking Kentucky Lake to the west. Graffiti remains as a reminder of the structure's role in history. Skulls, pentagrams, cryptic numbers, and phrases remain, including "Follow me to death", "Deposit dead bodies here", "Those who came to this place fear not even evil", and references to the antichrist can still be found on the approximately 10 foot high portions of the foundation walls that remain exposed.
On November 25, 1996 (the week of Thanksgiving), Naoma Queen and Richard Wendorf were found beaten to death in their Eustis home. While 42-year-old Richard Wendorf was asleep on his couch, Ferrell had entered the home and beaten him multiple times with a crowbar, fracturing both his skull and ribs. When Queen had found Ferrell in the home moments later, he bludgeoned her to death, bashing her head with the crowbar. The victims were found bearing burn marks in the shape of a V. It was said that the V was Rod's symbol which he accompanied with a dot for each person he considered to be in his vampire cult.
The victims were the parents of Heather Wendorf, a long time friend of Rod's who he was helping run away from a home that she described as "hell".
Ferrell and the rest of his clan fled the scene. After four days of driving through four states, the group was found in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It is believed that Ferrell liked a video arcade in New Orleans and they were headed there. One of the girls placed a call to her mother in South Dakota. The group needed money and Remington thought her mother could help them. But Remington's mother informed the police about her whereabouts, and, after negotiations, Ferrell, Wendorf and the rest of the teens agreed to be arrested at a local Howard Johnson's hotel. The four were held at a Baton Rouge jail for a week before being extradited back to Florida where they were initially booked at Lake County jail. They were later moved to a juvenile facility in Ocala.
On February 12, 1998, then-seventeen-year-old Ferrell pled guilty to the murders, claiming that the others travelling with him were innocent except Scott Anderson who was simply an accessory. Anderson was convicted of premeditated first degree murder, sentenced to life in prison, while Charity Keesee and Dana Cooper were convicted of murder in the third degree.
For two years Ferrell held the record as the youngest inmate on death row until September 1999 when the Florida Supreme Court reduced his sentence to life without parole. Ferrell is serving his sentence at the Union Correctional Institution in Raiford, Florida as inmate DC# 124473.
Gregory Branson-Trent Releases Vampires Among Us: The Children Of The Night, a look at the world of Vampires
Vampires Among Us: The Children of The Night, is Gregory Branson-Trent’s latest release in a series of paranormal books. From the earliest reported Vampires to current self proclaimed Vampires, this book covers all areas of their history and more.
New York, NY, March 19, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Within a wide range of information are the subjects: The History Of The Vampire, Exploring The Myth Of The Undead, Famous Vampires, The Concept Of Vampires, Vampire Myths & Legends Around The World, Eighteenth Century Vampire Controversy, Vampire bats, Introduction To How Vampires Work, Modern Day Vampires, The Truth About Energy, The Modern Day Vampire Myth, Vampire semantics, Vampires In Film & Literature, and Vampire related Glossary Of Definitions all in 258 pages 8.25x11 format.
Return to the world of the undead as you read through this book. Learn the history of the Vampire and learn where they came from. Look behind the glamour Hollywood has cast on this dark world. Experience what their world would have been like. Return to the world of the Vampire, and the Children Of The Night.
For further information, and orders, visit Gregory Branson-Trent’s web site www.gregorybranson-trent.com. Click on the cover of the book for information and ordering.
Gregory Branson-Trent currently resides in New York. He has been a published author for fifteen years. His releases include: Vampires Among Us: The Children Of The Night, The Unexplained: Amelia Earhart, Bermuda Triangle, Atlantis, Aliens, And Ghosts, Creatures Of Myth And Legend, Return To The Cemetery: More Ghosts And Hauntings, Haunted Houses Around The World, and more.
My goal in writing the book was to add as much real, factual history as possible and weave it in as seamlessly as possible to make people — to actually trick people — into thinking they were reading a real biography in the style of, say, David McCullough or Doris Kearns Goodwin," he tells NPR's Liane Hansen
Grahame-Smith's first book, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, was a publishing sensation. It, too, mixed the undead with the Victorian era. Grahame-Smith says the success spawned a bit of a "mash-up moment in literature," where the supernatural meets the classics, but there's probably not a or Wuthering Heights Reloaded in his future.
Indiana, 1818. Moonlight falls through the dense woods that surround a one-room cabin, where a nine-year-old Abraham Lincoln kneels at his suffering mother's bedside. She's been stricken with something the old-timers call "Milk Sickness."
"My baby boy..." she whispers before dying.
Only later will the grieving Abe learn that his mother's fatal affliction was actually the work of a vampire.
When the truth becomes known to young Lincoln, he writes in his journal, "henceforth my life shall be one of rigorous study and devotion. I shall become a master of mind and body. And this mastery shall have but one purpose..." Gifted with his legendary height, strength, and skill with an ax, Abe sets out on a path of vengeance that will lead him all the way to the White House.
While Abraham Lincoln is widely lauded for saving a Union and freeing millions of slaves, his valiant fight against the forces of the undead has remained in the shadows for hundreds of years. That is, until Seth Grahame-Smith stumbled upon The Secret Journal of Abraham Lincoln, and became the first living person to lay eyes on it in more than 140 years.
Using the journal as his guide and writing in the grand biographical style of Doris Kearns Goodwin and David McCullough, Seth has reconstructed the true life story of our greatest president for the first time-all while revealing the hidden history behind the Civil War and uncovering the role vampires played in the birth, growth, and near-death of our nation.
Do Vampires really dream?
I truly wonder?
Through his slumber he chases and finds his long lost lover and makes them his. His love greater then the graves hold over him. Stronger and everlasting until the day God finally lays judgment on his evil cursed soul.
And from his coffin he would arise each night. His deep hunger for that of human blood was only over shadowed and eclipsed by his great quest to find his true everlasting eternal lost lover!
AT LAST THERE IS HOPE!
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Far more than a book that contains a number of frightening true accounts and a collection of truly magnificent original art, Real Vampires, Night Stalkers and Creatures from the Darksideexpands the definition of the vampire to include parasitic entities that enter our reality from the far reaches of the multidimensional universe to possess their victims and to feed upon their life essence and their very soul.
Real Vampires are not the undead, returning from crypt or cemetery plot to steal blood, the vital fluid of existence from the living. Although they may look like us—and when it serves their purpose they may skillfully impersonate us in order to deceive and to prey upon us—they have never been human.
Real vampires are parasitic, shapeshifting entities that feed upon the energy, the life force, and the souls of humans.
From whatever dimension of time and space they may have originated, real vampires may be compared to an ancient, insidious virus that first infects, then controls its host body, causing it, in turn, to possess other victims, to form secret societies, blood cults, and hideous rituals of human sacrifice.
Regardless of the seductive aura of the vampire depicted in contemporary novels, films, and television series, none of these romantic transformations of an ancient menace to humankind portray real vampires. While the vampiric virus may infest handsome men and beautiful women, none of those infected have superhuman powers. Real vampires and those whom they possess are loathsome slashers, rippers, and murderers who do not promise immortality with their sensual “bite,” only a painful death.
Real vampires and their human hosts can walk freely in the light of day. The rays of the rising sun do not send them scurrying back to their coffins. Crucifixes do not cause real vampires to shrink back in fear.
Real vampires are the spawn of ancient entities such as Lilith, the seductive fallen angel, or of other paraphysical beings—such as the Jinn, the Cacodaemons, the Raskshasas, and the Nephilim—who have traversed the boundaries of time and space to prey upon humankind.
While this book focuses on the supernatural, the multidimensional, and the paraphysical beings who have interacted with our species since prehistoric times, we also visit the contemporary vampire community living among us today. Leading members of the vampire community share with us the basic findings and the extensive demographics of the Vampire and Energy Workers Research Survey for 2009. These "vampires" are not murderers, sociopaths, or supernatural beings. They are a subgroup within our society who are perhaps unique, but who are not after our blood.
Real vampires are immortal, and when the spirit parasite that has invaded a human body has tired of that fleshly residence, it dispassionately discards its temporarydwelling and possesses another, abandoning its former host to death and decay, rather than to an existence of attractive eternal youth and everlasting sexual prowess.
Although these entities cannot be killed, they can be driven away from their potential victims. We can resist them. We can become immune to their power. We can fight them and defeat them.
Todays interest in The real undead seems to be growing faster then the one could imagine. New Movies, television shows and many new Vampire fan articles web sites now cantors to the sanguine horrors of our delights.
With the international appeal of the undead being ever so so hot with the new burning blood lusts of today. Movies like Johnny Depp's slated appearance as Barnabas Collins is on everyones thoughts. From the Vampires of Twilight, HBO's True Blood and the ressurection of the dark lord himself Dracula, we all have something coming soon to sink our plastic fangs into.
MANY BELIEVE VAMPIRES ARE POPULAR BECAUSE THEY SUCK.
Woman love vampires from movies and televsions shows because they are usually portrayed by exotic hot sexually charged actors. And because of the fact they all search for a love that will last through out eternity. Besides even though vampires or dead they unlike mortal men don't stink. They focus their attention on getting the girl making her their own and putting her atop a pedestal that will not crumble until the end of time. How loved how precious and lasting does Hollywood play the up the vampires deep attraction for his long lost loves incarnate beauty.
Many refuse to believe that vampires are not real. And yes they believe they are truly dead.
Two American filmmakers go to Transylvania to collect stories of vampires (strigoi in Romanian), werewolves and ghosts. They find that belief in these creatures still exist in the small villages of the Carpathian mountains. This pod showcases interviews with Romanian villagers who share their experiences about vampires.
Contrary to popular belief the real undead can be amongst us during the light of day. But they are not the same charismatic lover they are in the dark of night. Their powers or more diminished by the rays of the sun. They must focus all their attentions to not going into a half dream like state. As their powers to focus and being attentive is truly viably weakened.
Most of the population of Louisiana, Mississippi and Southern Texan Vampires seem to feast on blood sausage and blood pies rather then to create more lost souls of their kind.
Real Vampires want a mate that only they can possess and possessed them back as their equal. This point I am sure you can plainly see from those that fill Steigers wonderfully written cognitive, "must have" "best Vampire book of all times".
Many people do not realize that the true soul of a vampire is not a lost one. It is the soul of one being forever locked in finding a mate and an equal to stand by their sid e through eternity.
The great blood sexual lust, a damnation by all religious beliefs. The greatest of the seven deadly sins as one. These sins of the body and the soul is what a real vampire actually is. To say it straight this is why they are cursed.
The Seven Deadly Sins, also known as the Capital Vices or Cardinal Sins, is a classification of the most objectionable vices which has been used since early Christian times to educate and instruct followers concerning (immoral) fallen man's tendency to sin. It consists of "Lust", "Gluttony", "Greed", "Sloth", "Wrath", "Envy", and "Pride". And everyone of these is what the character of all vampires are said to have. That is if they are not the mindless un progressed creatures that only live to prey on others. "Use them abuse them and make them write bad checks."
The Catholic Church divided sin into two principal categories: "Venial sins", which are relatively minor, and could be forgiven through any Sacramentals or Sacraments of the church, and the more severe "Capital" or Mortal sins. Mortal sins destroyed the life of grace, and created the threat of eternal damnation unless either absolved through the sacrament of Confession, or forgiven through perfect contrition on the part of the penitent.
Beginning in the early 14th century, the popularity of the seven deadly sins as a theme among European artists of the time eventually helped to ingrain them in many areas of Christian culture and Christian consciousness in general throughout the world. One means of such ingraining was the creation of the mnemonic "SALIGIA" based on the first letters in Latin of the seven deadly sins: superbia, avaritia, luxuria, invidia, gula, ira, acedia.
The true confession of a Vampires victim.
This unedited email was sent to me as is by a person I will only identify as Julie.
I cannot explain the heat that courses through my body.
He is here, I can feel him, but cannot see him yet, but I know he is in this room.
Over in the corner, between the floor lamp and the window, I can feel his deep hypnotic stare.
This man thing, demon, that does not want me. He does not want to hold me, he does not want to please me, like a human man should.
This just makes me desire him more. To the extant that it is me calling to him in the night, screaming out his name, over and over.
And he comes, but reluctantly.
He glides to me in the middle of the room. His eyes, dark penetrating pools of liquid black, his hair long and flowing to the middle of his velvet smoking jacket clad back. He demands to know why I call.
I infuriate him, he hates me to his core.
I, the alive naked woman standing in front of him, wanting his dead hands upon my body, willing to die to feel them.
He does not understand this need, for he has no needs, except for one, the warm, thick, blood flowing through my veins. He does not understand the need I have for him, he has forgotten all human emotion at this point in his death. All he needs is nourishment, and not of the sexual kind.
I wrap and fold my arms around his neck, as his eyes bore into my soul. He is resisting.
But I suppose my naked warm humanness has awakened a memory in him, because he is willing to give me what I want. Of course, that works both ways.
The dead cold breathe from his nostrils runs down the side of my neck to the top of my shoulders. He uses his cold steel tongue like a ice pick, traveling down between my shoulder blades, as he swiftly turns my back to his face.
He then grabs my breasts in his hands, and kneads until it feels like I could scream from the pain. His lance like, steel, dagger tipped, fingernails slicing over my erect nipples, like a box cutter.
My groans I feel could be heard on every ear for miles around, although I know them not to be. We are as if in a time lock, where time, memory, earthly matters, are no longer important. I other words, short of a cosmic catastrophe, nothing could tear me from his grasp.
He throws me on the bed with such a force, that all my breathe is gone. I cannot move, I cannot scream, I can barely breathe at all. I want his member inside me so deep that it could rip me into.
But not yet. He has better plans in mind.
His white, almost snow colored face, is so close to mine that we are almost joined. But those eyes, Oh Lord, those eyes. Its like I have actually stepped foot into those eyes, my whole body, going into him, consuming him from the inside out. I wish I had the words to describe this feeling, but I do not. All I can say is whatever he did, I didn't want it to stop. Not ever. I wanted to be "in" him for eternity. And this is before sex. The following actual sexual act, was almost a after thought after this connection I had with him.
Slavery is almost a correct word. I was his, totally, for, ever, and for ever, Amen.
His lips started moving, but I could not hear him speak with my ears. He was in my mind. He said "Oh dearest one, I did not want you, I have so many followers. Centuries of women that have come and gone before you. To me, you were nothing, a fleck of dust that called my name. Like a fly that flutters against the window pane, causing a real annoyance that you want to kill. Nothing, do you hear me, NOTHING. I will tell you now, only out of a sense of my old humanity, that after I take what I want from you, you will still be nothing to me. A vessel, a fly. You will not feel the same about me as you do now, either. You will desire me, but not with the same desire as of now. Only that I will be your maker, your God, your father, and your mother. All else will cease to be for you as you know it. And now it is too late for you to change your mind!!
Be still woman!"
And the bite upon my breast that he planted there, it was like ten thousand hot poker knives going through my body. As he drank my human blood, he pounded me with his cold, thick, dead, penis, hard as a beam of steel. Over and Over he pounded, as he suckled my breast. Never before, or since have I felt a penis like his. It was enormous. And the more he fed upon my breast, the bigger it became. Like a concrete fist being forced inside my body.
As this was going on, also my life was slipping away. To have such ecstasy's), and sadness all at once was way too much. My screams were or demon torture, of love so deep, of sadness so sweet.
He then stopped, all at once. I screamed for him to continue, my God, please don't stop!!!!!!!!! I was on the brink of death, but on the brink of eternity.
he looked at me as he held me so softly, calming me down as best he could. He said "Take my tit into your mouth, and bite down, and suck.
I did as I was ordered, I was like a babe in his arms, I was like his babe, suckling at his breast for my only nourishment. After that first taste of his dead blood, I knew of what he had spoken. He was my maker, My God, My father, My mother. And in that instant, my human heart stopped beating all together, and my vampire heart burst with the gorging of his blood. I was his, and he, mine.
I grabbed his member, the rock hard phallus of my vampire father, and thrust it into my now cold dead body. We soared out the window, connected, drinking the night ness, the darkness, as no human ever could.
I really do not know how to take this email. Is it just the ramblings of a lost mad woman telling me her sexual fantasy or is it real?
The Seven Deadly Vampire Sins
A Vampires Solemn Prayer
Hail My Lord!
Oh my mighty dark Lord, My Satan, for you are the lord of my whole race.
Thy god has so lost you and forsaken thee.
Un-blessed is the dark stench of the pitt that thy lie in hell.
And un-blessed is the forbidden fruit which doth hang around your neck.
And with this with which thee tempted Eve
Unholy lord that hell is not your only dominion. Beckon all ye demons and devils to do thy bidding.
Enter this body as your vehicle and use me for your greatest evils.
For alone lord Satan, It is only you I serve and obey.
As it is in hell and ever shall be in our world,
a world with a fiery end.
Lord of the un dead who rules us from Hell.
Thy name is unholy and cursed by all man and God.
The kingdom is a freshly laid grave. A deep gaping pit in the deepest darkest depths of hell.
Buried from the God light of what good Christians call Faith. Allow my feast to be that of human blood.
And from me take from me my vital vampire blood. And allow me to take those need to be thy and my slaves alone.
Lead to you vile innocent blood stained grave in hell.
And deliver me thy devine evil power so that I can rule, as your servant here on Earth.
Hail My Vampire Lord Satan!
From the "Vampire Prayers" By Greg Dablao June 2009
Many vampires often are Satanist.
Please be fore warned!
"Lust", A vampire usually lusts after a person because of two distinct factors. Blood as nourishment to survive and a great sexual desire that none can fill.
"Gluttony", the great excess and the lengths that only a real true vampire can go after to fill their own desires. Vampires are know to gorge themselves and then return to their resting places at dawn, to only bask in the feeling of being over stuffed with human blood. They can't seem to get enough to fill their appetites. True blood real vampires living or dead always want more. Because of this unless it is only your blood they want they will leave you for dead.
"Greed", Vampires are thought to rule the financial world for all ages. They surround themselves with a mass great trove of golden and jeweled treasures. If you don't die... then whatever you own or have is only yours until your impaled or exposed to the great light of their own personal beliefs.
"Sloth", A vampire sleeps all day and plays with it's prey all nigh. No they do not need to work to sustain their vampire sub cultured lifestyle.
"Wrath", Vampires have deep rooted angers against those that will not let them have their way. Often they tend because of this to take it out all the time on those that they toy with.
Love-Hate relationship seem to be totally vampiric in nature. And until a true vampire has shown his wrath upon you . You do not know what real hatred and anger is.
"Envy", Many less adept vampires succumb to this as the first level of the vampires bite touches their soul.
Vampires want to feel content and happy all the time." ie: Feel no pain of the mortal world." The real vampire never wants to feel the pain of living a normal life. To enjoy the time when only the fearless would venture out after dark. they want to possess all and especially the courage to do all with fear of no retaliation of death stopping them. Vampires usually envy those that do what they want. Have no regrets or remorse of day to day life. and these are their true tortured victim's they seek out . The person who loves to party and the feeling that they will live forever and nothing can touch them. And these are the poor souls the vampire truly hunts for.
"Pride", they say this is why a vampire cannot see themselves in a mirror. Or dare not walk upon holy consecrated ground. Vampires believe they are the true sons of Gods. the immortals that have no "Boss Vampire" or wicked tormentor to rule them.
If you realize that the seven deadly sins are all what a vampire commits and why they are damned until they can really be put to rest. The only salvation a vampire actually has is to find their true love and die together in an eternal lovers embrace. Otherwise many think such creatures are sure to root in the stench filled bloodied sewers of hell.
Anne Rice's Vampire Lestat and Louis are prime examples of love ever lost. Will they ever be happy with who they are. And the what, truths are yet to be discovered of what secrets only a vampire knows.
I want my true blood Vampire Lover and they want me!
As the very last warm glimmer of the golden rich, and red yellow white hot rays.
Clouds a glow of the suns wary setting of a perfect day. And that I could curse and not wait for it to end.
And then the soft slight violet deep and purple slender fingers of nights appear. Faint delicate cat like, crossing over the celestial western horizon.
As the iced cold chill of night takes the sky.
Like Lapis Lazuli whipers in the glint of a tomb.
And the everlasting death touch. It comes from within the last moment. To caress my cursed bleeding soul.
And it so makes me feel alive and shiver, with dark burgandy lustful vampiric delights.
Deep from behind my legs, deep between the back of my knee... my inner thigh to my vagina... and then softly tingiling to my brain. Aghast in a single moment of orgasmic lucidity I crumble at it's touch.
My breath it sharpens and I gasp for air as if my crushed throat is stroked by the vampires lasting breath.
And then my heart is now forever changed.
...Lisa Lee Harp Waugh 2009
Many describe sex with vampires as a spine chilling experience. Not to say that Julie is aware of what she expressed in her email to me as a very real experience. And from the greater fear of being held between life and death in the vampires touch. Knowing your powerful lover could crush you, or leave you forever. Rapidly runs through your mind. True Vampire induced fear of such lies in all of us.
Many wonder how to quite being attracted to the undead lover that possess you. How do you separate yourself from his burning lusts. The marks upon your body the fear that he will leave you cold an dead. Or might it all be the fear that his love his touch is only to please his on vampiric sexual blood lust desires.
Who would not want a lover that would cross the solid boundries of life and death to sleep eternally at our sides. But our jealousy would run too deep. Would then the vampire bite only you, to devour and lust upon as you are all they need to survive. Make you because your you ! Then and only you, as the one of the truly undead. And then trust only you?
Nosferatu's bride and eternal Queen. The sad eyed Dracula's lost love bride Mina, caught in the light of his dark deadly sinful morals. Or the independent heroine vampire creature of the movie Underworld, that's loses the love that is forbidden. But because you and they are not of the same kind.
You have to ask yourself here and now as you would look into his eyes and see the world of what could be or not be. Would you leave the love or the world behind. Disappear only once into the night and leave the life, the friends and the family. Those that detest and hate this vampire who offers you his world and undying devotion and love. Could you?
Should he be dispatched with hand made carved hawthorn stake through his un beating heart, or should we chop off his dead head? Burn his coarsely remains, stuffed with heads of fresh garlic, wolves bane, sea salt and poppies seeds by the bushels.
Vampires can and will only die when they are personally ready to do so. There is no way really to dispatch one no matter how hard one might try. Mainly everything in Hollywood's arsenal and those that mortal man profess as a tried and true way to stop the dead from walking are untrue. They will always find a way to come back. Even if it is by possessing the mind and body of a serial killer. Such as the Vampire of Sacremento, Richard Trenton Chase.
Richard Trenton Chase (May 23, 1950 – December 26, 1980) was an American serial killer who killed six people in the span of a month in California. He earned the nickname The Vampire of Sacramento due to his drinking of his victims' blood and his cannibalism. He did this as part of a delusion that he needed to prevent Nazis from turning his blood into powder via poison they had planted beneath his soap dish.
Chase developed hypochondria as he matured. He often complained that his heart would occasionally "stop beating", or that "someone had stolen his pulmonary artery". He would also hold oranges on his head, believing the Vitamin C would absorb into his brain via osmosis.
After leaving his mother's house (believing she was attempting to poison him), Chase rented an apartment with friends. Once he moved in, he immediately boarded up his bedroom door and created an "escape hatch" through his closet wall so "no one can sneak up on me". Chase's roommates complained that he was constantly Intoxicated on alcohol, marijuana, and LSD. Chase would also inexplicably walk around the apartment nude, even in front of company. Chase's roommates demanded that he move out. When he refused, the roommates moved out instead.
Once alone in the apartment, Chase began to capture, kill, and disembowel various animals, which he would then devour raw. Chase reasoned that by drinking this drink he was preventing his heart from shrinking.
On December 29, 1977, Chase killed his first victim in a drive-by shooting, Ambrose Griffin, a 51-year-old engineer and father of two. After the shooting, one of Griffin's sons reported seeing a neighbor walking around their East Sacramento neighborhood with a .22 rifle. The neighbor's rifle was seized, but ballistics tests determined that it was not the murder weapon.
On January 11, 1978, Chase asked his neighbor for a cigarette and then forcibly restrained her until she gave him an entire pack.
Two weeks later, he attempted to enter the home of another woman but, finding that her doors were locked, went into her backyard and walked away; Chase later told detectives that he took locked doors as a sign that he was not welcome, but that unlocked doors were an invitation to come inside. He was later chased off by a returning couple as he pilfered belongings from their home.
Chase's next victim was Teresa Wallin. Three months pregnant, Teresa was surprised at her home by Chase, who shot her three times, killing her. He then had sex with the corpse and mutilated it, bathing in the dead woman's blood.
On January 23, 1978, two days after killing Teresa Wallin, Chase purchased two puppies from a neighbor, killing them and drinking their blood.
On January 27, Chase committed his final murders. Entering the home of 38-year-old Evelyn Miroth, he encountered her neighbor, Don Meredith, who he shot with the same .22 handgun. Stealing Meredith's wallet and car keys, he rampaged through the house, fatally shooting Evelyn Miroth, her 6-year-old son Jason, and Miroth's 22-month-old nephew, David. As with Teresa Wallin, Chase engaged in necrophilia and cannibalism with Miroth's corpse.
A six-year-old girl with whom Jason Miroth had a playdate knocked on the door, startling Chase, who fled the scene in Meredith's car, taking David's body with him. The girl alerted a neighbor, who alerted police. Upon entering the home, police discovered that Chase had left perfect handprints and perfect imprints of the soles of his shoes in Evelyn's blood.
Chase returned to his home, where he drank David's blood and ate several of the infant's internal organs before disposing of the body at a nearby church.
In 1979, Chase stood trial on six counts of murder. In order to avoid the death penalty, the defense tried to have Chase found guilty of second degree murder, which would result in a life sentence. Their case hinged on Chase's history of mental illness and the lack of planning in his crimes, evidence that they were not premeditated.
On May 8 the jury found Chase guilty of six counts of first degree murder and Chase was sentenced to die in the gas chamber. Waiting to die, Chase became a feared presence in prison; the other inmates (including several gang members), aware of the graphic and bizarre nature of his crimes, feared him, and according to prison officials, they often tried to convince Chase to commit suicide.
Chase granted a series of interviews with Robert Ressler, during which he spoke of his fears of Nazis and UFOs, claiming that although he had killed, it was not his fault; he had been forced to kill to keep himself alive, which he believed any person would do. He asked Ressler to give him access to a radar gun, with which he could apprehend the Nazi UFOs, so that the Nazis could stand trial for the murders. He also handed Ressler a large amount of macaroni and cheese which he had been hoarding in his pants pockets, believing that the prison officials were in league with the Nazis and attempting to kill him.
On December 26, 1980, a guard doing cell checks found Chase lying awkwardly on his bed, not breathing. An autopsy determined that he committed suicide with an overdose of prison doctor-prescribed antidepressants that he had been saving up over the last few weeks.
The 1988 movie Rampage was loosely based on Chase's crimes.
Carey Burtt's underground short subject The Psychotic Odyssey of Richard Chase retells Chase's life story using Barbie dolls, not unlike in Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story.
An apparent victim of abuse at the hands of his mother, Chase exhibited by the age of 10 evidence of the MacDonald triad: bedwetting, pyromania, and zoosadism. In his adolescence, he was known as an alcoholic and a chronic drug abuser. He suffered from erectile dysfunction due to "psychological problems stemming from repressed anger".
Sources and references
Robert Ressler on profiling the Vampire Killer
Richard Chase at the Crime Library
Richard Chase Art and Livejournal Group
The Psychotic Odyssey of Richard Chase on youtube
RICHARD TRENTON CHASE VICTIM MAY HAVE PAINTED HIS FACE IN HER OWN BLOOD!
The Catholic styled cross worked to ward them off very well for many years. Do you think it would have chased away Richard Trenton Chase? Before he bathed in your blood?
And with so many European vampires and those today, also. The cross acts as a real defensive item to ward them off. This was because they saw themselves as a damnation before God. And for committing the seven deadly sins of Vampirism through their unnatural lives. Such as this narrative of Richard Chase's crime tell.
In folkloric tales, undead vampires often visited loved ones and caused mischief or deaths in the neighborhoods they inhabited when they were alive. They wore shrouds and were often described as bloated and of ruddy or dark countenance, markedly different from today's gaunt, pale vampire which dates from the early Nineteenth Century. Although vampirism entities have been recorded in most cultures, the term vampire was not popularized until the early 18th century, after an influx of vampire superstition into Western Europe from areas where vampire legends were frequent, such as the Balkans and Eastern Europe, although local variants were also known by different names, such as vampir (вампир) in Serbia, vrykolakas in Greece and strigoi in Romania. This increased level of vampire superstition in Europe led to mass hysteria and in some cases resulted in corpses actually being staked and people being accused of vampirism.
Do you have the strength, the fortitude or just plain guts to do it?
Should seek out someone perhaps a real vampire hunter of Van Helsings ilk to send him to his eternal graves rest?
Only to have him never love you touch you, bite you and shower you with all the great gifts that only he can bestow on you.
No worries, no loss, no fear. Just an eternal paranormal Vampires love!
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Twilight is a series of four vampire-based fantasy romance novels by American author Stephenie Meyer. It charts a period in the life of Isabella "Bella" Swan, a teenage girl who moves to Forks, Washington, and falls in love with a 104-year-old vampire named Edward Cullen. The series is told primarily from Bella's point of view, with the epilogue of Eclipse and Part II of Breaking Dawn being told from the viewpoint of character Jacob Black, a werewolf. The unpublished Midnight Sun is a retelling of the first book, Twilight, from Edward Cullen's point of view. The novella The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner, which tells the story of a newborn vampire who appeared in Eclipse, was published on June 5, 2010 as a hardcover book and on June 7 as a free online ebook.
Since the release of the first novel, Twilight, in 2005, the books have gained immense popularity and commercial success around the world. The series is most popular among young adults; the four books have won multiple awards, most notably the 2008 British Book Award for "Children's Book of the Year" for Breaking Dawn, while the series as a whole won the 2009 Kids' Choice Award for Favorite Book.
As of March 2010, the series has sold over 100 million copies worldwide with translations into at least 38 different languages around the globe.
As of June 10, 2010, the Twilight graphic novel was at #1 on the New York Times best-seller list for hardcover graphic books in its 12th week on the chart.
The four Twilight books have consecutively set records as the biggest selling novels of 2008 on the USA Today Best-Selling Books list and have spent over 235 weeks on the New York Times Best Seller list for Children's Series Books.
Thus far, the first three books have been made into a series of motion pictures by Summit Entertainment; the film adaptation of Twilight was released in 2008 and the second, The Twilight Saga: New Moon, was released on November 20, 2009.
The third film, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, was released June 30, 2010.
Twilight Saga producer Wyck Godfrey says in a new online interview that parts of Breaking Dawn, the fourth installment in the vampire franchise, will be filmed in Louisiana. Breaking Dawn will be split into two movies, and it remains unclear how much of both or either movies will be shot in the state.
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