Dracula isn't a creature from myths, legends, or folklore. The fictional vampire is a product of Bram Stoker. The name, though, stretches back centuries to a prince who ruled the kingdom called Wallachia, which borders the land with which he's most famously associated: Transylvania. We'll be talking all about the pseudo-legendary exploits of the real bloody tyrant, the bizarre rules surrounding fictional vampires, and the inspirations for the most famous vampire novel of all time.
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Stranglers, by Earwolf
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Casper! Is amazing!
Is amazing! http://www.casper.com/legends
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Dracula. For Free.
"Dracula" by Bram Stoker: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/345
All the Blood Countess Horribleness
Elizabeth Bathory torture techniques. Be warned, these are graphic and you cannot un-read.
- Gave servants red-hot coins and keys to hold
- Burned people with irons.
- Left young women out in the snow and poured cold water on them until they eventually froze to death.
- Set pubic hair on fire
- Smeared women in honey and left them outside for twenty-four hours
- Pulled a young woman's jaws until her face split
"Studie I" by Jahzzar
"Aisles" by Jahzzar