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 becoming a vampire. You… Continue reading Bricks in the Trap: Protecting the Village from Old School Vampires (Part 2)
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:
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)
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?