Of course Dracula gets a page on this site. How could he not.

Spoiler alert: if you’re a hardcore fan of Dracula the way he has been portrayed in Bram Stoker’s book and Hollywood media, you may as well visit other sections of our site, until we build one catered to those kind of interests.

Those in search for what stands behind the character, for the truth behind the legend, have come to the right place.
While we are working on an “allromaniansarevampires”-original take on the issue, for the time being we ask wikipedia to come to the rescue:

For the historic character, Vlad III Ţepeş (“The Impaler”) “Drăculea”, click here.

For Dracula in the pop culture, click here.

For Bram Stoker’s novel, click here.

More to come.

One response to “Dracula

  1. DanutzaOverHere December 4, 2011 at 15:25

    It’s not “Drăculea”, but “Dracula”.

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