The Girls Guide to Vampires: All You Need To Know About The Original Bad Boys by Barbara KargThe good news is: He’s tall, dark, and handsome.
The bad news is: He’s a bloodsucking creature of the night. Not to mention arrogant, predatory, and immortal.
What’s a girl to do? No worries—in this guide, girls learn everything they need to know about these romantic rogues, including how to:
Know when they’ve met a vampire
Avoid falling prey to a nightstalker’s charms
Resist even the most aggressive advances
Protect themselves against the undead
Destroy a vampire—using everything from holy water to decapitation
Complete with a review of vampire books, TV shows, and films as well as accounts of real-life encounters with vampires, this book is all girls need to surrender to the night—and still make sure they’re around to see another day!
Barb Karg (Pacific Northwest) is a veteran journalist, author, screenwriter and lifelong vampire aficionado currently at work on a vampire novel. She’s authored or coauthored twenty-two books.
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All rights reserved. This year-old skeleton from Sozopol, Bulgaria , was found with its teeth removed and stabbed through the chest with an iron rod. Scholars suspect that townspeople did this to ward off vampires—a very real fear in Europe for hundreds of years. The traits of modern-day vampires are pretty well established. They can be warded off with garlic, or killed with a stake through the heart. Some, like Dracula, are aristocrats who live in castles.
Some of you may make fun of the facts we are going to mention but bear in mind dear readers that these findings are based on personal efforts, studies and research. Maybe they passed by your side or even talked to you, or maybe they stood by your bed once and whispered in your ears while you are asleep…who knows!
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Posted on October 26, Alice Jackson. Lesley Gregoricka, associate professor of anthropology at the University of South Alabama. In fact, Gregoricka keeps some of their teeth in her laboratory on campus — inside secure and locked cabinets, of course. Unlike the characters in movies and on television, Gregoricka is the real deal. Her primary research program investigates prehistoric mortuary landscapes across the United Arab Emirates and seeks to evaluate how shifting mortuary traditions in southeastern Arabia reflect corresponding changes in sociopolitical complexity and subsistence strategies.