|Perhaps the largest collection of high-end antique |
vampire killing kits to be found anywhere.
|The archaic objects and compounds seen in |
vampire killing kits, analysed and explained.
|Identifying, preventing, understanding and |
killing traditional vampires.
|The most exhaustive investigation of Professor Ernst Blomberg, |
maker of fine vampire killing kits - anywhere.
|Excerpts from Dom Augustine Calmet's original |
church treatise on vampires and their destruction.
|The facts surrounding the 1725 destruction of the |
best-documented vampire in history.
|The facts surrounding the 1732 killing of the second-best |
documented vampire in history.
|An account of a Russian vampire, destroyed |
in the early 19th century.
|An early account of the destruction of a vampire |
in old Silesia in 1591.
Regarding Vampires in History
|A nearly contemporary scientific|
analysis of this most famous vampire.
|An educated reader remarks on the vampire|
fascination sweeping learned circles.
|An extensive travelogue reports on|
the infestation of vampyres in Europe.
|Wonderful early study of vampyres, linking|
them back to the historical Greek church.
|Scholarly paper that focuses on the |
noisesome 'munching' of vampires.
|Emily Garard's seminal paper that inspired|
Bram Stoker and many others.
|Theosophical Society founder H. S. Olcott's|
well researched paper on vampires.
|F. Hartmann's pseudo-scientific|
examination of the phenomena of vampires.
|This account includes another translation|
of Dom Calmet's treatise.
|Agnes Murgoci documents several 19th century|
episodes of vampirism in Romania.
|A collection of accounts of tuberculosis, |
vampires, and an isolated community.
|An 1896 paper on the vampire panic|
of Rhode Island.
|One of Serbia's oldest vampires needs a new mill.|
|Practical advice on preventing premature|
burial before embalming was common.
|Concerning the Thanatometer and other|
devices intended to confirm death before burial.
|Regarding the folkloric history of|
a most disturbing graveyard phenomena.
|The facts surrounding early serial|
killer Peter Kurten, and of his remains.
|The haunting, mocking letter attributed|
to Jack the Ripper.
|The facts surrounding Vlad Tsepes and|
how he eliminated the beggars in Walachia.
|Perhaps the world's most complete accounting of |
horror films based on actual events.
|A classic tale of haunting circumstances|
attributed to an English Lord.
|The Amityville house, ghosts and all|
periodically comes up for sale.
|A ghostly encounter with another Blomberg|
during the American Revolutionary War.
|A compendium of the physical duress|
imposed upon those accused of witchcraft.
|Historical court document regarding|
the confesssions of an accused witch.
|Written in 1647 by England's|
Witchfinder General himself.
|Period documentation of cases of|
lycanthropy during its heyday in old Europe.