|Directed by||Diana Zaslaw|
|Produced by||Diana Zaslaw|
|Written by||Josh Rosen
|Narrated by||Corey Burton|
|Running time||100 min|
- Bram Stoker's 1897 novel, Dracula
- James Spalding, a Scotsman, 1632
- Elizabeth Báthory
- Haidamaque, Hungary, 1715
- Blood ritual
- Anne Rice's vampire novels
- Vampire: The Masquerade: Rod Ferrell (VTM role-player from Murray, Kentucky who thought he was a real vampire), killed two people in Eustis, Florida, USA, and was sentenced to death (but reduced to life imprisonment)
- Sex appeal: Nosferatu (1922 film), 1931 film with Béla Lugosi (The Master of Horror), Vampirella, Demonlover; and others.
- Vampire underground and gothic subculture: Susan Walsh (researcher for The Village Voice) who falls for a purported "living vampire" (Christian) and disappears in January 1996
- Psychic vampire (Rasputin, aura photography, Joe H. Slate), Sanguine, vampire lifestylers
Features commentaries by authors Katherine Ramsland, and J. Gordon Melton, parapsychologist Loyd Auerbach, psychic vampire author and spokesperson Michelle Belanger, Father Sebastiaan, forensic biologist Mark Benecke, professor Thomas Garza, and others.
Cast: Deborah Rombaut as Demon Woman, Adrian Balbontin as Gaspard Robilette, Lyndsey Nelson as Susan Walsh (journalist), Scott Updegrave as Richard Wendorf, Christa Bella as Elizabeth Bathory, Jack Sale as Rod Ferrell, Thais Harris as Katherine Ramsland, Dan Higgins (actor) as James Spalding, George Mauro as Bram Stoker, Kari Wishingrad as Bathory Chambermaid, Jeffery Davis as Vampire, Justin Rodgers Hall as Vampire and Peter Stack as Ficzko.
Notes and references
- See the 2002 film Vampire Clan.
- Author of Investigations into Kirlian Photography: Final Technical Report, United States Army Missile Research and Development Command, 1977.
- The Science of Vampires
- "Review of Vampire Secrets on DVD - Page 2 of 2 - DVDTOWN.com". www.dvdtown.com. Retrieved 2009-05-09.
- Publisher of The Vampyre Almanac and a "living vampire".
- "Vampire Secrets" with Dr. Garza on the History Channel, Director, Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies (CREEES), University of Texas at Austin