In Rhode Island the thought of vampires still cause locals to quiver and shake. For deep in the belly of this small state, Behind the Chestnut Hill Baptist Church in the town of Exeter, lies the grave of New England’s most famous vampire, Mercy Brown.   No longer is this fear summoned by the belief in souls rising from the grave though.  The telling Mercy’s story has become a long-lived RI tradition.  A tradition that combines true local history told in the customary fireside style with a…

In Rhode Island the thought of vampires still cause locals to quiver and shake. For deep in the belly of this small state, Behind the Chestnut Hill Baptist Church in the town of Exeter, lies the grave of New England’s most famous vampire, Mercy Brown. No longer is this fear summoned by the belief in souls rising from the grave though. The telling Mercy’s story has become a long-lived RI tradition. A tradition that combines true local history told in the customary fireside style with a…

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Rabisu. Fallen angels that are transformed into vampiric spirits, and mainly appear human in form, with demonic features and angelic wings. http://www.theparanormalguide.com/blog/rabisu

Rabisu. Fallen angels that are transformed into vampiric spirits, and mainly appear human in form, with demonic features and angelic wings. http://www.theparanormalguide.com/blog/rabisu

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[cont.]... The bird’s feet are a clear iconographic detail that points to a negative connotation of the female entity depicted. The wings the figure has are drooping downwards. At the time this plaque was fashioned the drooping wings were a sign of an association with the netherworld. The entity holds two rods and rings. Those are iconographic symbols of judgment and justice http://realvampirenews.com/vampire-history-mythology-and-folklore/lilith-a-study/

[cont.]... The bird’s feet are a clear iconographic detail that points to a negative connotation of the female entity depicted. The wings the figure has are drooping downwards. At the time this plaque was fashioned the drooping wings were a sign of an association with the netherworld. The entity holds two rods and rings. Those are iconographic symbols of judgment and justice http://realvampirenews.com/vampire-history-mythology-and-folklore/lilith-a-study/

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9 Terrifying Facts About Vampires From Ancient Folklore That Will Scare The Sh*t Out Of You | Thought Catalog

9 Terrifying Facts About Vampires From Ancient Folklore That Will Scare The Sh*t Out Of You | Thought Catalog

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With an unquenchable thirst for blood, Countess Elizabeth Bathory was one of the most prolific serial killers in history. Description from thefemalecelebrity.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

With an unquenchable thirst for blood, Countess Elizabeth Bathory was one of the most prolific serial killers in history. Description from thefemalecelebrity.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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Dracula "Bloodline" characters<<I'm a little upset that Carmilla isn't involved in these things more often.

Dracula "Bloodline" characters<<I'm a little upset that Carmilla isn't involved in these things more often.

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