My first and principal object was to discourse of the vampires of Hungary.
Such are nearly the contents of the work of M. Herenberg on vampires.
Thence the wakefulness, dreams, and pretended apparitions of vampires.
The vampires of which we are discoursing are very different from all those just mentioned.
The footnotes relating to vampires (pp. 323-4) reference modern Greek.
Vampires live on blood, having no teeth suitable for mastication.
We neither govern nor take responsibility; yet we support these vampires.
Disguise is necessary—or one of the vampires might have recognized me.
And vampires are things I'd like to see drowned so deep they can't ever resurrect.
They believe in the idea of ghosts, witchcraft, and vampires.