Although my new books are always reviewed when they come out, it takes me by surprises when I get a great review. I don’t mean a one where the book is “highly recommended”  or said to be a “must have addition” to any serious researcher’s library. I get those. And I am happy to receive […]

Vampirologist Theresa Bane will be a guest on “Into The Light Paranormal” on Thursday, June 16

After my appearance on Darkness Radio I received a few pictures of folks proudly displaying themselves with their copy of my newest McFarland book, “Encyclopedia of Spirits and Ghosts in World Mythology.”

“Encyclopedia of Spirits and Ghosts in World Mythology” is out and available; it can be purchased through the publisher, McFarland

Darkness Dave of Darkness Radio has invited me to be a 2 hour guest on his radio show Friday, April 1, 2016.

I have been involved in RPGs (table-top dice role-playing games) since 1979; it is a passion of mine, I bleed dice. So when I was asked to write an article on the Hierarchy of Hell for an RPG I was thrilled. A version of the original appears in Scaldcrow Game’s “Worlds of Pulp: Demon Construction […]

aturday, June 27th from Noon and 4 p.m at Fishersville Library, 1759 Jefferson Highway, Fishersville VA

Super fan, Blaze O’Rama has been following the progress of my newest book, (working title) “Encyclopedia of Folkloric, Legendary, and Mythological Creatures” since the day I posted the news on Facebook what seems like forever ago. She has been encouraging me all along and has been ever supportive. In anticipation of the project seeing print […]

Now the my latest book, “The Encyclopedia of Folkloric, Legendary, and Mythological Creatures” has gone off to the publisher I find that I am without a book to write for the first time in a very long while. I am going to begin gathering information for a new encyclopedia, as always, but I am also […]

The ECML Friends of the Library are proud to present “An Evening with the Vampirologist THERESA BANE” at the Edgecomb Memorial Library, Thursday, September 18, 2014 at 7 p.m. Admission is free and refreshments will be served.

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