Vampire Trivia!

In France, there’s plenty of vampires but none so nasty as the Craqueuhhe – he doesn’t just drink blood but he also eats flesh! This might seem rather familiar to many of you zombie fans, and in fact the Craqueuhhe is directly related to the movie zombies – he’s dead, decomposing and out to get you!

The only way to take this disgusting vampire out is to not only behead the creature (as if you didn’t know THAT from the movies!) but also to burn the corpse. If you don’t burn the body it will come back to life even if it has been beheaded! If the body isn’t burned the corpse will also infest the very soil it lies in; creating a whole new army of the undead!

So… remember to keep your axes and matches at hand when in France! And a vampire is still a vampire… except when it’s a zombie!

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8 thoughts on “Vampire Trivia!

  1. Sheryl–sort of off topic, but I was wondering if you’d be interested in being a guest blogger over on my lj. I’m asking a bunch of writers/academic types/gamers to do a piece about why real world mythology is important. With the research you’ve done on vampire folklore (which the Dewey Decimal system classifies with fairy tales rather than mythology, giving it kind of a unique place in the scheme of the guest blogs), I thought you might have a fun perspective on this.
    I’m looking for between 250 and 500 words–pretty short–on a myth importance related topic that interests you. What do you think?

  2. Sheryl–sort of off topic, but I was wondering if you’d be interested in being a guest blogger over on my lj. I’m asking a bunch of writers/academic types/gamers to do a piece about why real world mythology is important. With the research you’ve done on vampire folklore (which the Dewey Decimal system classifies with fairy tales rather than mythology, giving it kind of a unique place in the scheme of the guest blogs), I thought you might have a fun perspective on this.
    I’m looking for between 250 and 500 words–pretty short–on a myth importance related topic that interests you. What do you think?

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