Bram Stoker's "Dracula" began to appear in London bookstores for the first time on this day in 1897. When asked about the title of my favorite book, I'll usually say "Dracula." When I say something else, I'm lying.
easy to find on Amazon. There's a paperback edition available for just a penny!
Thanks to the rather direct relationship between "Dracula" and DARK SHADOWS, we've had ample opportunity here at the CHS to discuss the King of the Vampires in his many forms. Below is a selection of links about the many adaptions/continuations of Stoker's original tale. Enjoy!
Monster Serial: DRACULA, 1931
VAMPIRES 101: Edward Gorey
Dan Curtis' DRACULA streaming on Hulu Plus
Vampires 101: No Stalgia is Good Stalgia
My Haunted Honeymoon
Vampires 101: Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)
Venture into the TOMB OF DRACULA
"Unnatural occurrences" plague DRACULA, 1929