Famous Vampires

Bathóry, Elizabeth

Bathóry, Elizabeth

Elizabeth Bathóry (1560–1614) Blood-bathing noblewoman, called “the Blood Countess.” It is not known if Elizabeth Bathóry actually drank blood, but ...
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Breslau Vampire

Breslau Vampire

Breslau Vampire (1591–1592) Unnamed VAMPIRE who terrorized Breslau, Germany, after committing SUICIDE.The Breslau Vampire exhibited behavior associated with the Old ...
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Brown, James

Brown, James

James Brown(ca. 19th century) was an alleged sailor Vampire who was imprisoned in Washington, D.C. The account of “James Brown,” ...
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Brown, Mercy Lea

Brown, Mercy Lea

Mercy Lea Brown (1871–1892) was a most famous alleged Vampire of America. News of the European vampire cult that leaked ...
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Buckinghamshire Vampire

Buckinghamshire Vampire

The Buckinghamshire Vampire (12th c.) was an English Vampire case recorded by William of Newburgh from an oral account related ...
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Coventry Street Vampire

Coventry Street Vampire

Coventry Street Vampire (1922) was a Vampire scare in London. On the night of the full Moon in April 1922, ...
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Croglin Grange Vampire

Croglin Grange Vampire VAMPIRE attack recorded in Victorian England. The story of the Croglin Grange Vampire is set in Cumberland, ...
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Cuntius, Johannes (Pentsch Vampire)

Cuntius, Johannes (Pentsch Vampire) Silesian vampire who behaved like a poltergeist and Incubus. The case was recorded by Henry More ...
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Haarman, Fritz

Haarman, Fritz

Fritz Haarman (1879–1925) The “Vampire Butcher” of Hanover, Germany. Fritz Haarman was born in Germany on October 24, 1879, to ...
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Haigh, John George

Haigh, John George (1901–1949) Vampire murderer. Born in England in 1910, John George Haigh was raised in a strict Pilgrim ...
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Highgate Vampire

Highgate Vampire

Highgate Vampire Episodes of alleged vampire activity reported in Highgate Cemetery in north London. The case reached a peak in ...
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Vlad Tepes

Vlad Tepes

Vlad Tepes (1431–1476) Voivode (prince or ruler) of Wallachia, a province south of Transylvania and now part of Romania, and ...
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