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Vampire Forensics is an entertaining book filled with factoids that attempts to explore the history of vampires. Mark Collins Jenkins cites folklore, literary characters (e.g. Dracula), anthropological, archaeological, medical (e.g. rabies, plague victims, funerary practices) and other scientific re...
Good short history of National Geographic. Lots of pictures. There are some interesting factoids in here as well.
I’ve liked vampires for a long time – maybe it began with Twilight (yes, I like Twilight – the books, not the movies), or with the Argeneau novels or some other source too far back in the past to be properly remembered. I loved, loved, loved Dracula and it’s the older versions of vampire tales that ...
i recommend this book to those who are interested to find out more about the origins of the vampire lore. despite its scholarly approach, i find it readable and easy to digest. it would have been more interesting for me though if the author included some photographs.
E book starts off very interesting. It gradually gets off target to include all types of burial methods. The good thing is that it is an interesting topic. If you like odd facts and dates, this is the book for you.