Christine Elfman - Cabinet Cards / Storydress II: "A series of photographs of a life-size paper mache and plaster sculpture. The dress is made of paper mache stories that I recorded of my great-grandmother’s autobiographical reminiscences.
The story (History) of Dracula. The only thing missing is a description of Bram Stoker, the first writer who researched European folklore and mythological stories of vampires to create a fictional story about them.
The Incredible Vampire Hunting Kit From The 1800’s
Outside a New Orleans vampire club that opens at midnight and closes at 6 AM. Their patrons are. By day these vampire clubs are either closed and locked securely or they are turned into regular tourist bars.
Spark a Reaction -- D is for DRACULA. Was the character of Dracula really based on the real-life Vlad -- Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia who was a member of the House of Drăculești? Pictured here is the tomb of Vlad the Impaler.