Bricks in the Trap: Protecting the Village from Old School Vampires (Part 2)

Deviant Burials: Archaeological Vampires So, let's get to the good stuff, by which I mean vampire skeletons. Of course, the skeletons in question are not actually vampires, but they were buried in a way that indicates that the people doing the burying were afraid that the deceased might be at risk of┬ábecoming a vampire. You… Continue reading Bricks in the Trap: Protecting the Village from Old School Vampires (Part 2)

In which I post about not Posting:

It's been a while since I posted Part One of the vampires and I still haven't gotten around to Part Two yet, but only because I've been really busy with real life for a little bit -- I solemnly swear that it's up there near the top of my mental to-do list. In the meantime,… Continue reading In which I post about not Posting:

Bricks in the Trap: Protecting the Village from Old School Vampires (Part 1)

When you say "vampire", most people in our portion of the world probably picture the modern version of this folk monster: a beautiful, suave, smooth-talking creature who offers the prospect of eternal life. There are a number of different versions of this breed of vampire, and the one that comes to mind probably depends on… Continue reading Bricks in the Trap: Protecting the Village from Old School Vampires (Part 1)

Macabre Cadabra, Alakazam! What is this blog about, anyway?

Greetings, welcome, thanks for stopping by! Allow me to introduce myself and tell you a little about what this blog is about, and what I hope for it to be. My name is (not actually, obviously) Nenia Dea, and I really, really, really like dead stuff. Like, a lot. I swear it's in a scientific-interest-slash-lifelong-fascination… Continue reading Macabre Cadabra, Alakazam! What is this blog about, anyway?