the most famous vampire of all time, Count Dracula. Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1897) remains an enduring influence on vampire mythology and has never gone out of print.

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Some people love the thrill of feeling scared. This could mean watching a horror movie, or better yet, using your imagination while you turn the pages of a scary book. Writers like Stephen King, Thomas Harris, and Bram Stoker have been terrifying readers for years with spooky stories, including books like "Dracula," "Silence of the Lambs," and "Pet Sematary." Get some great ghoulish book ideas for your next read from this eBay guide, and snuggle under the covers with a frighteningly good…

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Dracula's Brides. It is unknown if sunlight affects them as Dracula is show being able to withstand sunlight just fine with no ill affects. Though the women are mostly either within the castle or seen during the night. They seems to be able to appear seamlessly within object such as the bed during Harker's stay in their room as well as appearing unnoticed.

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