The Vampire Has Haunted The Imaginations Of People For Centuries It Has Been The Subject Of Myth, Legend, And Folklore The Villain, And Occassional Hero, Of Films And Novels Today, The Vampire Is Alive And Flourishing In Hit Television Shows, Special Night Clubs, And Even Comic BooksWith Than , Entries In A Z Format, The Vampire Encyclopedia Offers Information On A Variety Of Subjectsthe History Of The Vampire Legend Methods Of Finding And Destroying Vampires How To Become A Vampire The Role Of The Vampire Bat All About Female Vampires And Much There Are Listings Of Films, Appendices That List Short Stories And Novels That Feature Vampires, Even A Listing Of Vampire Societies And Organizations Whether Traditional Vampires Or Psychic Vampires Historical Vampires Or Vampires In Poetry And Art, They Are All Included In This Comprehensive, Single Volume Reference Guide To The Undead
Matthew E Bunson is the author of numerous popular and historical encyclopedias, including The Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt, The Encyclopedia of the Roman Empire, and The Vampire Encyclopedia He has served as a consultant to the BBC, CBS Radio, MSNBC, NBC News, and USA Today He lives in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
- 303 pages
- The Vampire: The Encyclopaedia
- Matthew Bunson
- 18 January 2019 Matthew Bunson