We are a Vampire Themed Antique and Oddities shop that caters to the Undead and Lovers of the Macabre. We carry unusual Vintage items, Curiosities, Dark Home Decor and a delectable assortment of Candles, Incense and supplies for your SpellCrafting needs.
Rose Sinister is Lisa Andresen, a professional tour guide in New Orleans, specializing in ghost, vampire, and mystery-themed walking tours of the historic French Quarter.
A lifelong storyteller, her passion for the strange and macabre began at a young age, and she’s been reading about vampires, ghosts, and other creatures of the night for more than 30 years.
Stop by her website and have a listen to her podcast …. find out why she tells vampire stories.
House Of Dreaming’s Madame X Explains The Mystical Meanings Of The Number 13 For Friday the Thirteenth
Madame X, the owner, administrator, mentor and matriarch of the International Nightkind Coven House of the Dreaming and co-founder of the New Jersey-based Vampire Court Iron Garden floated over to Daily Offbeat to give some occult background to the number 13.
The Court of Lazarus is the Original Salon Noir: a haven for dark ideas, performances and rituals combined with a classic Goth lounge night and dark cocktail party – and some surprises are always thrown in.
The Iron Garden is a New Jersey based organization providing a safe haven for gathering, socialization, education, promotion of the arts, charity-work and fun for the New Jersey Nightkind Community. The Iron Garden is comprised of mature, discrete, intelligent, like-minded folk.
But all that changed in October 2014.
This is the night primal instincts go unchecked. Blood thirsty vampires will give chase to transform citizens to increase their numbers and strength, while citizens will run to protect their mortality. The hunt begins when the sun sets.
That’s right! You’re not dreaming! Gabrielle Faust and David de Lara are bringing back Nocturnal Confessions in 2014. With the launch of this lovely dedicated website and a whole cast of exciting new guests, your favorite quirky podcast is going to be even better than before!
The California Gothic Project
The Project is a simple construct with the mission of uniting the California Gothic scene including but not limited to Clubs, shows/concerts, festivals, events, meet-ups, store fronts, private sellers, artists, models etc.
POEFOREVERMORE.COM is not affiliated with any official agency or entity. It is owned and operated by people who celebrate Edgar Allan Poe, and the little house he lived in on Amity Street, in Baltimore. It is the home of The Raven Society of Baltimore, Inc. (created by Jeff Jerome and Mark Redfield to produce Poe-related events and activities celebrating Poe) and Poe Forevermore Magazine, published by Mark Redfield through Damfino Media LLC.
This website celebrates Poe’s past, his life and work, the history of the Poe House in Baltimore under the care of The Poe Society (from 1949 to 1979) and under the City of Baltimore and the CHAP (1979 to 2012), and the future of Baltimore’s literary, architectural jewel.
Poe Forevermore Magazine is published by Mark Redfield and Damfino Media.
Join us here, as we celebrate all things Poe! The principal administrators of this website are Mark Redfield (producer and publisher), Jeff Jerome (Curator Emeritus of The Poe House and Museum in Baltimore), and Jennifer Rouse (webmaster and graphic artist).
Carpe Nocturne is a quarterly (every 3 months) online publication run by volunteers of all ages and backgrounds from around the world. We focus on “The New Dark Culture”, including the music, art, fashion and culture of the Goth, Industrial, EBM, Synth-Pop, and related genres. Band and DJ interviews, spotlights, and more are found in every issue.
The long awaited Fall Issue of Carpe Nocturne Magazine is finally here! The Fall 2012 Issue includes: An in-depth interview with Rogue of The Crüxshadows, Leper, Dead Artist Syndrome, Vigilante and more! Also, Dark Fashions featuring “Mortified Zombabe,” Body Art, Arts, Literary Reviews, Movie Reviews, Horror and so much more!
Anne Rice and the Vampire genre; Why are we so fascinated?
Have you ever entered the word “Vampire” in your search engine just to see what comes up? Well, I have and besides the normal entertainment sites that promote everything with fangs, it is amazing to see the amount of genuine interest and legitimate lifestyle discussions that come up as a result of that one word query.
These results have me thinking, “What is our fascination with the myth that is the Vampire all about”? What is it about these lifeless creatures who existence was first promoted in the pages of Bram Stoker’s breakthrough novel, “Dracula”, that has intrigued us and prompted us to create a multitude of books, movies , television shows and games based upon them? Read More
Vampire Lounge & Tasting Room
9865 S Santa Monica Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
This one-of-a-kind wine bar in Beverly Hills has a flair for the dramatic. The posh lounge embraces vampire and goth-pop culture at every opportunity, yet somehow manages to avoid jumping the shark. Rather, the entire experience of this secret Beverly Hills escape is deliciously decadent and seductive. If you’re day drinking in an attempt to mix it up a bit or in search of some inspiration and intrigue, look no further. Vampire Lounge is light on judgements, making it a great place to indulge during your day of fun.
Fancy a drink with a vampire? This is one of the coolest bars in Stockholm, for sure! Pass the door, go down the stairs and enter a very different atmosphere set in a cave.
Bars, Music, Snacks | Drink SEK 60.00
Östgötagatan 41 | Södermalm | +4686432240
Mon – Fri 17:00 – 01:00, Sat 19:00 – 01:00
Bovine Sex Club
542 Queen Street West
M5V 2B5 416-504-4239
Few things are more fickle than fashion, but the club scene is one of those things. Even so, the fact that the moody Bovine Sex Club has been “in” since it opened in early ’91 isn’t too hard to figure. It could be the nifty Dada look. The result of local artist collaborations, or it could be the music, a mix of cutting edge rock, retro 80’s, punk, glam, metal, 70’s funk, and British pop. Located on Queen Street West in the mega city, Toronto, and open 7 days a week for your drinking pleasure.
Vampires and their stories seem to be enjoying an eternal renaissance in contemporary fiction and film. Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire kicked off the modern raft of tales, and the popularity of more recent book and movie offerings like Twilight and True Blood shows that folks are, well, batty for vampire tales. So where can you go to learn more about these creatures of the night? Discover the top destinations with this excerpt from Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel.