the Facebook page of English Heritage. Today is an important day for horror fans like myself, especially those who love classic scary stories. As I mentioned in this post, it is the 125th anniversary of the publication of Dracula by Bram Stoker. In in Whitby Abbey, which is featured in the novel, there will be a large gathering of "vampires" today. But if I could be there, I would be hoping to see the real Count Dracula. And don't let this picture fool you into a false sense of security: the vampires in Stoker's novel, while nocturnal, can walk in broad daylight. While I can't be there today, I might make a pilgrimage in Whitby near Halloween. And I will make sure to have a crucifix and garlic on me at all time.
Thursday, 26 May 2022
Meeting Dracula in Whitby
Labels: anniversaire, anniversary, books, Bram Stoker, church, Dracula, église, Halloween, histoires d'horreur, livre, livres, nostalgia, nostalgie, scary stories, vampire, Whitby, Yorkshire
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Take a stake with you too.
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