Bram Stoker: November 8, 1847 – April 20, 1912

” I stood beside Van Helsing, and said; – ” Ah, well, poor girl, there is peace for her at last. It is the end!” He turned to me, and said with grave solemnity : – ” Not so; alas! not so. It is only the beginning! ”                                    — BRAM STOKER, DRACULA                                                          5a960f8d8ba02b60e31ea3af336a098c--vampire-fangs-horror-comicsc32b1adaa2b6b9108c9bef97c4a7a3ee--moon-illustration-edward-gorey52077bf8fc10ea7ba078eb3649481afb--dracula-book-penguin-booksdracula-face-vector

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Many consider Christopher Lee’s DRACULA to be the greatest portrayal of Bram Stoker’s classic character.

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2 thoughts on “Bram Stoker: November 8, 1847 – April 20, 1912”

  1. Christopher Lee was very sexy and urbane as count Dracula but I prefer Gary Oldman’s version. He was brutal and visceral yet romantic and tender at the same time period I personally think that exemplifies the concept of the vampire as we understand it in modern culture and literature. But I still wouldn’t mind letting Christopher Lee’s Dracula bite my neck either. 😉🧛‍♂️

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