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Vampirology The Science of Horror's Most Famous Fiend

Popular Science Coming Soon
By: Kathryn Harkup(Author)
262 pages, b/w photos
Vampirology
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  • Vampirology ISBN: 9781839161575 Paperback Jun 2021 Available for pre-order : Due Jun 2021
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Our fascination with the vampire myth has scarcely diminished since Bram Stoker's publication of the classic Dracula tale in 1897, but how much of the lore is based in fact and can science explain the origins of horror's most famous fiend? Vampirology charts the murky waters of the vampire myth - from stories found in many cultures across the globe to our sympathetic pop-culture renditions today – to investigate how a scientific interpretation may shed light on the fears and phenomena of the vampire myth.

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Popular Science Coming Soon
By: Kathryn Harkup(Author)
262 pages, b/w photos
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