eBook The Encyclopedia of Vampires and Werewolves, 2nd Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1438136323
  • ISBN-13: 9781438136325
  • DDC: 398.45
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 400 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2011 | Published/Released March 2012
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2011
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Overview

Second Edition provides more than 500 entries exploring the supernatural aspects of these creatures and their pop culture counterparts. Entries describe supposed true historical accounts, how vampires and werewolves come into existence, beliefs about vampires and werewolves, and real-life creatures and cases that may have inspired their legends. The most popular fictional vampires from a range of media are discussed, along with the people who helped create them.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Title Page.
Copyrightpage.
Dedication.
Contents.
Foreword.
Acknowledgments.
Introduction.
1: Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948).
2: Abchanchu.
3: Addams Family, the.
4: Adlet.
5: Adze.
6: Afrit.
7: Akhkharu (akhkhazu).
8: Al.
9: Ala.
10: Algul.
11: Alnwick Castle Vampire (12th century).
12: Alp.
13: American Werewolf in London, an (1981).
14: American Werewolf in Paris, an (1997).
15: Andandara.
16: Angel.
17: Anspach Werewolf (1685).
18: The Ape Man (1934).
19: Aptrgangr.
20: Arthur and Gorlagon.
21: Arts and Entertainment.
22: Asanbosam (asasabonsam, sasabonsam).
23: Ashes.
24: Aspen.
25: Asrapa.
26: Astral Vampire.
27: Aswang.
28: Ataru.
29: Auvergne Werewolf (1558).
30: Baital.
31: Bajang.
32: Balderston, John L. (1889–1954).
33: Baobhan Sith.
34: Baring-Gould, Sabine (1834–1924).
35: Bathóry, Elizabeth (15600-1614).
36: Bat Mass Ritual.
37: Bats.
38: Beast of Bray Road.
39: Beast of Gevaudan (1764-1767).
40: Belgrade Vampire (18th century).
41: Berserkir.
42: Bersicker.
43: Bertrand, Sergeant François (19th century).
44: Bhuta.
45: Bisclavret.
46: Bisclavret (ca. 12th Century).
47: Blackman.
48: Black Stallion.
49: Black Thorn.
50: Blacula (1972).
51: Blade.
52: Blood.
53: Blood Canticle (2003).
54: “Blood Son” (1951);.
55: Blue.
56: Blue Bloods.
57: Blutsauger.
58: Boanthropy.
59: Bodin, Jean (1529-1596).
60: Boguet, Henri (c.a 1550-1619).
61: Borgo Pass.
62: Bori.
63: Bottling Vampires.
64: Bouda.
65: Boxenwolf.
66: Brahmaparusha.
67: Bram Stoker’S Dracula (1992).
68: Breslau Vampire (1591-1592).
69: Brite, Poppy Z. (1967- ).
70: “Broken Promise, the”.
71: Brotherhood of the Wolf (le pacte des loups)(2001).
72: Broucolacas (broucolakas, broucocolakoi, brucolac, burculacas).
73: Brown, James (c.a 19th century).
74: Brown, Mercy Lea (1871-1892).
75: Browning, Tod (1880-1962).
76: Bruja (brujo).
77: Bruxsa.
78: Buckinghamshire Vampire (12th century).
79: Buda.
80: Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
81: Bunnicula.
82: Burial Customs.
83: Burning.
84: Butterfly.
85: Byron, Lord (George Gordon Byron) (1788-1824).
86: Callicantzaros.
87: Calmet, Dom Augustin(e) (b. 1672).
88: “Carmilla” (1872).
89: Castle Bran.
90: Castle Dracula.
91: Castle Dracula Hotel.
92: Castle Poenari.
93: Catacano.
94: Cats.
95: Caul.
96: Cemeteries.
97: Châlons Werewolf (1598).
98: Chaney, Lon (1883–1930).
99: Chaney, Lon, Jr. (1906–1973).
100: Charnas, Suzy Mckee (1939– ).
101: Chase, Richard (1950–1980).
102: Chiang-Shih(Jian shi; jian shi).
103: Chordewa.
104: Christmas Day.
105: Chupacabra.
106: Chupa-Chupa.
107: Churail.
108: Civatateo (Ciuateteo, Cihuateteo).
109: Clinical Vampirism.
110: Cock.
111: Coffin.
112: Collins, Barnabas.
113: Collins, Nancy A.(1959– ).
114: Collins, Quentin.
115: Comics.
116: Corpse Door.
117: Corpses.
118: Count Dracula.
119: Count Dracula Fan Club.
120: Count Yorga (1970).
121: Coventry Street Vampire (1922).
122: Cressi Werewolves (1604).
123: Croglin Grange Vampire.
124: Cross.
125: Crossroads.
126: Crowley, Aleister (1875–1947).
127: Cuntius, Johannes (Pentsch vampire).
128: Curse.
129: Curtis, Dan (1927–2006).
130: Cushing, Peter (1913–1994).
131: Dachnavar.
132: Danag.
133: Dark Shadows.
134: Deane, Hamilton (1891-1958).
135: Dearg-Diulai.
136: Death’S-Head Moth.
137: Defiance Werewolf (1972).
138: De La Cruz, Melissa (1971- ).
139: “Devil and the Loup Garou, the”.
140: Devil’S Manor, the (1896).
141: Dhampir.
142: Djadadjii.
143: Dodo.
144: Dogmen.
145: Doppelsauger (Dubbelsuger).
146: Dracula (1897).
147: Dracula Films.
148: Dracula Museum.
149: “Dracula’s Guest” (1914).
150: Dracula Society.
151: Dracula Theme Park.
152: Dracula: the Un-Dead (2009).
153: Draugr.
154: Dream Sending.
155: Drunken Boy.
156: Eigi Einhamr.
157: Ekimmu.
158: Empusa.
159: Erestun.
160: Eretica.
161: Eretik (Eretnik).
162: Evil Eye.
163: Excommunication.
164: Extraterrestrials.
165: Eye.
166: Eyebrows.
167: Familiar.
168: Feast of Trimalchio.
169: Feehan, Christine.
170: Finding Vampires.
171: Fishing Net.
172: Florescu, Radu R. (1925– ).
173: Fluckinger, Johann (18th century).
174: Footprints.
175: Forever Knight.
176: Fortune, Dion (1891–1946).
177: “Fragment of a Story”.
178: Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943).
179: Frid, Jonathan (1924– ).
180: Fright Night (1985).
181: From Dusk Till Dawn (1996).
182: Games.
183: Gander.
184: Gandillon Werewolves (1598) .
185: Garlic.
186: Garnier, Gilles (1873) .
187: Gerard, Emily De Laszkowski (1849-1905).
188: Ghoul.
189: Gilles De Laval (15th Century).
190: Ginger Snaps (2000).