Well, vampires became more popular following the end of the witch hunt. Their popularity gained after the infamous Salem Witch Trial. … More Alleged Vampire Witch
However, Grando rose that night. The third version states that one of the men cut Grando’s head from his shoulders and that blood gushed from the sixteen-year-old corpse. … More Vampire People Pt.1
According to the American Red Cross, approximately thirty-two thousand pints of blood are used each day in the United States. One pint can save up to three lives. … More Vampires Donating Blood
In the early years of American history, New England was full of superstitions about the supernatural. The church spread fears of evil which lead to the witch trials so famously diluted in our history books. Vampires were rumored to roam New England’ rural communities by night with reports documented as early as 1793. … More Great New England Vampire Panic
We might believe vampires don’t exist but back in medieval Europe it was common to protect oneself from a bloodsucking creature. … More The Burial of Vampires
According to a New York Times article written by Sam Kestenbaum, in the nineties, Sebastiaan self-proclaimed himself the King of the Vampires. The Vampire Community exploded at the time. … More Father Sebastiaan The Vampire and Fangsmith
Vampire Hunter D is one of those series that by the title of the show it can be guessed what the show itself, and its main character for that matter, are all about from the beginning. … More Vampire Hunter D
Artemis Dai is our precious liaison to the Vampire Community and she prepared and article about a quick overall look at it.
You don’t know what a Vampire Community is? Come here to find out and catch up! … More Vampire, The Community
Vampires are part of our folklore for hundreds of years.
The beliefs that a being subsisting on the vital fluids of a human has timelessly been retold numerous times around the world. … More The Odd Origin of Vampires
I spoke with Lady Lovelace back in September. However, with the Paranormal Travelers Interview in the printed GBM magazine in October, I didn’t want this interview overshadowed. … More Vampire Community Lady Lovelace
Each month we sit down, virtually of course, with someone within the Vampire Community, and we talk about their views and their opinions on matters that are currently going on among the community itself.
… More Vampire Community – Lady Luna and the Richmond Court
The Alnwick Castle is located in the village of Northumberland in the old country of England, United Kingdom.
The castle dates back to the ninth century and is believed to be the home of a vampire. Here is the story of the vampire castle of England. … More The Vampire Castle
It was five years ago that I started writing about vampires. I planned out a thirteen book series.
I would be my first novel filled with intrigued and mysteries. Then, it stopped talking to me, and I diverged away…
Now, what to do when your vampires speak again? … More When Your Vampires Speak
We are always looking for something new. I’ve discovered not so long ago a new vegetable quite interesting.
Without any color, and I believe it to become trendy soon! I would like to have you discovered what I find exciting and repulsive at the same time, black garlic. … More Black Garlic For Vampires?
I must admit I read, Kerrelyn Sparks’s How To Marry A Millionaire Vampire a while ago, but I still remember it quite well, and I thought maybe it was time for me to do a review about the first book in the Love At Stake series that I read in two sittings. … More Kerrelyn Sparks How To Marry A Millionaire Vampire Review
With each month we try to bring into the limelight someone from the Vampire Community that represents a unique perspective and this month it is about being a Sanguivore … More Vampire Community Interview about Sanguivore by Artemis Dai
I was just sitting here on my couch, my dog by myself, the fan and the heater are on at the same time. I looked outside and saw the darkness of the night. It’s 10:55pm. Then, it just hit me, “Vampires what if they were real?” … More Vampires What If They Were Real
This month Rev. Dr. Aramond S. VanRahamdalph DD. sat down with our beloved Corinth Noctem Aeternus, for a one on one interview. Rev. Dr. VanRahamdalph.
He is the founder of many Houses inside the Houston Texas community and the founder of Houston’s Council of Community Affairs as well as the Texas and World Council of Community Affairs. … More Vampire Community – Aramond S. VanRahamdalph is Interviewed
When I was a very young child, I remember watching Sesame Street and my favorite character beside Oscar The Grouch was The Count.
I learned how to count with The Count! I like his appearance, accent which today might be seen as a little offensive. However, I believe my obsession with vampires started from that moment. … More Vampire Writing
Vampires have been part of our folklore for hundreds of years. The beliefs that a being subsisting on the vital fluids of a human has timelessly been retold numerous times around the world.
To be quite honest, I wonder why it hasn’t been part of an episode of Ancient Aliens! Because when you do a little research it has you thinking if vampires are a fact. … More Vampires are a fact?
We all accept the idea that there are things that go bump in the night. Some of us more accepting and/or curious than others. Many just want to know more, and a few are terrified of what they learn.
The Gothic Bite Magazine has reached out to the Vampire Community and several members have been gracious enough to talk with us. … More Interviewing Vampires: Belfazaar Ashantison
When I was thirteen years old I bought the Interview With The Vampire novel written by Anne Rice. Curious to see the accuracy of the movie that was made in the nineties. What I most loved about the novel is the easiness the author possesses to enchant the readers about a certain place and so, here is my own personal review. … More Interview With The Vampire
Vampires have been invading our imagination for centuries beginning with legends before it found its way into novels and now, no one seems to get enough of series and movies. … More Welcome Vampires!
Hi! I’m never really good at talking about myself. All I think there’s to say is that one of my earliest memories is pretending I could read and write stories.
I’ve always had a creative mind either it was for inventing stories or drawing. … More The OCD Vampire
While A.D. Wayne accumulated reviews from diverse places such as Amazon, GoodReads, she also has some left on Facebook and from BookBub. Mrs. Blackwood seems to be enjoyed all around! … More Mrs. Blackwood A Five Star Horror Novella
This page is for all who enjoys the paranormal, and the darker side of what the Gothic realm has to offer. It contains GIVEAWAYS, News about the COLLECTIBLE LIMITED EDITION, and the AMAZING collection of swag A.D. Wayne has just for you! ALL A.D. Wayne novels are free with K.U.! PRE-ORDER YOUR COLLECTIBLE LIMITED EDITION … More Lord Impaler
Even Scotland seemed to believe in beautiful beings. The Celtic beliefs coming from English Isles, such as Scotland, depict elves as wanting to abduct humans. Findings of such precise attributes are related directly to early modern ballads from the British Isles. … More The Origin of Scandinavian Elves
Highly inspired by Hotel Transylvania – The Series, Alexa drew many scenarios, unique from one to the next, based on herself as a vampire. Often referred to the “Grown-up Mavis” Alexa welcomed Jackie’s friendship. … More A.D. Wayne on Zombiepalooza Radio Live This Saturday
What is scary about fruit punch? Well, we got the secret from Bernabé Lavoie that VitaL has a secret ingredient making it unique compared to all other beverages. … More Vital The Scary Drink Coming Soon
Now that I am ready to present to the world, the series I planned for years to publish, Mrs. Blackwood required changes. As a result, not only does the book gets a new more elaborated book cover, but also new ties to the series as an opening to the story of Lord Impaler. … More Cover Reveal for Mrs. Blackwood a Second Edition
To this day we know the name, now let’s introduce the son. The one son who must carry the name of his birth parents to protect the House of Dragon’s sole and last heir. … More There’s Only One House of Dragon
People who know me, know that I am a little obsessed with Vlad the Impaler. I have read his story, his life and done research to understand his mind better.
People who know me, know that I’m also obsessed with vampires. Just as much research done and now, the combination of both my love in one movie, Dracula Untold and here’s my review. … More Dracula Untold A Review
Vlad Tepesh, the ruthless master vampire and inspiration for Bram Stoker’s dark legend (but don’t dare call him Dracula) encounters a mortal woman with unimaginable power…including the ability to enflame his cold heart. … More A Night Prince Novel, Once Burned by Jeaniene Frost
In a world where killers hunt under the cover of darkness, Detective Dumas must rely on his steamy partner. While he’s not sure he can trust him to help drag a murderer in the cold hard light of day, Remi must face his unresolved issues from his past. … More Gory and Gore Awaits in The Beast by Dora Esquivel
Drawn into the world of voodoo, she uncovers the shocking truth of her family as she is propelled toward disaster. Now, Amy must return to England and face an adversary who means to destroy everything she holds dear. … More Jane Jordan New Release of Whisht Hall
Monsters have a heritage in their history. Either it is from religion or mythology, monsters possess an origin of their own. As an example, the Greeks and Romans saw monsters as divine displeasure. Consequently, they perceived congenital disabilities or malformations as ominous. … More The Horrifying Definition of Monster
I sometimes have a habit of letting my own self-doubt hinder my aspirations, but that is something I am working through one day at a time. … More Gothic Bite Magazine Interviewed Rayna Crimson
Her work is alluring and unexpected focusing mainly on capturing beauty and emotion in a still shot of time. She began photography ten years ago as an artistic outlet, and it grew into a full-fledged devotion. … More Jo Vallianatou The Photographer
I wanted to bring in history, facts, and respect. With a quite popular series such as Supernatural among others either televised or written, many folklores, borrowed from various cultures and First Nations are not an exception. However, some forget that sometimes particular creatures are better left undisturbed. … More Folklore of Secrecy
The iconic ‘Pan Book Of Horror’ paperback series launched modestly in 1959 curated by Herbert Van Thal, it offered a fiendish cauldron of classic tales stirred in with tyro untried writers. … More Tales from The Shadow Booth Vol. 2 with Andrew Darlington
Danny plans on donating a percentage from the his art sell through his charity link, Danny’s Jeunesse, Jeunesse J’écoute the French help line which helps fund Kids Help Phone—24h/7 a free counselling service offered to Canadian youth. … More The Macabre Art of a Big Heart Artist, Danny Micheal Vaillancourt
My first book, Lux, opened a new door for me and despite working forty hours a week, raising my son and dealing with autoimmune issues, I keep pushing because it’s a passion I can’t allow to die. … More Gothic Bite Magazine Interviewed Author M.J. Vieira
The very thought of a man capable of standing against greater evil, inspiring others strong enough to stand by his side is necessary for humans to survive. Robin Hood represents: justice, fairness and equality. Three words that to this day we fight to keep real. … More Gothic in Every Way – Robin Hood Prince of Thieves
In Celtic mythology, dragons come in two different shapes. We have the more commonly known with wings and four legs. Then, we have the sea dragon which looks more like a sea serpent. However, it does remain in the dragon family of Celtic mythology. … More An Origin of Dragons
This article is not a journalistic piece, and it is not a typical blog post from Gothic Bite Magazine. It is a bit small specter of history mixed with my emotional state at the view of Notre Dame in flames. … More Ring The Bells of Notre Dame
Hi, my name is Daisy St. James and I write steamy Paranormal Romance!
When I was young, I always dreamed of becoming a writer. From the moment I picked up my very first romance novel at the tender age of twelve, I was hooked. … More Gothic Bite Magazine Interview Author Daisy St. James
It does matter the spelling of the word: fae, fay, fey, fairy, it all means the same. The word itself first saw the light of day in early Dark Ages Times around the world. Other spellings consisting of faerie, fairie, fayrye, and feirie have their place in history. … More The Origins of Fays
That film and a very few others have stood the test of time and scrutiny. The technology for the “fake suit and prosthetics” theory, needed to make a suit of that nature, did not exist in 1967. … More Inerview with Carter Buschardt from THE Bigfoot Field Researcher Organization
It was the summer of 96 or better referred to as “The Summer of Hell.” I can’t help but to blame myself; after all, I’ve watched plenty of horror movies to know all the basic rules, but even then I ignored the most important one. … More The Real Witchcraft
He is coming through the dilapidated alley
Slowly he’s coming to your window and watches the prey.
And if you look at his gaze you will fall in never land
For he will feed your eyes with his fearsome dreadful sand.
Shhhh here comes the Sandman. … More Sandman, A Horror Poem