Do vampires still roam the world today?... In 1932, a young Brooklyn girl was unable to resist the urge to suck blood -- a vampire-like symptom of the pernicious anemia which led to her death. In 1969, the villagers of Rodna in Rumania plunged a stake into the heart of the corpse of a girl who had committed suicide. They weren't taking any chances on her rising again as a vampire! Dr. McNally personally witnessed that last episode in Dracula's home territory, and it did not surprise him. An expert on Vampireana, he has collected twenty-five tales about vampires in this book to inform and terrify you. Some are historical accounts; some are literary inventions. They will make you shudder if you believe in vampires -- and even if you don't!
This paperback is in good condition with spine creases, a corner chip, tanning, and a reader's crease.