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Season 3 Episode 23

Vampire Secrets

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Aired Unknown Nov 29, 2008 on The History Channel
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Vampire Secrets
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Since Bram Stoker first published his novel Dracula in 1897, the world's most popular vampire has made his appearance in 44 languages. The vampire myth however, is much older than Count Dracula, popping up from Athens to Beijing almost 1000 years before the Transylvanian legend. Vampire legends have two things in common: drinking blood and returning from the dead. Long before Jesus urged his followers to drink his blood and eat his flesh, prehistoric man held similar rituals. From the Bible and ancient Mesopotamian history to blood drinking societies in New York, we reveal the amazing truth behind one of the most terrifying legends in history.moreless
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      • Narrator: In 1610 Countess Elizabeth Bathroy kills hundreds of young virgins and bathed in their blood. Almost 400 years later 16 year old Rob Ferrell murders his girlfriend's parents. Vampires, they've haunted humanity for centuries and you can still find them today in the shadowy corners of any large city. From the dark castle of Romania's Count Dracula to the inner sanctums of New York's secret vampire clubs, we'll investigate the truth behind the world's most infamous monster on Vampire Secrets.

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