Vampirologist, Theresa Bane is at it again, working on a new encyclopedic reference book for McFarland.

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.

Do you have a question about VAMPIRES you have always wanted to ask but never had the opportunity to put to a credible scholar? Well, here’s your chance, Vampirologist Theresa Bane will be appearing at the Edgecombe County Memorial Library on the evening of Thursday, September 18; event begins at 6:30 pm.

reviews of encyclopedia of fairies in world folklore and mythology

Author Theresa Bane, whose expertise on all things vampire has landed her on national television programs, will talk about her work at 7 p.m. Thursday, October 27 at the Asheboro library.

Scheduled to be released in January of 2012, “Encyclopedia of Demons in World Religions and Cultures”

I have recently accepted an invitation to be a guest at Mars Con, January 14-16, 2011, the convention is located in Williamsburg, VA at the Holiday Inn Patriot.

The Encyclopedia of Vampire Mythology is being used by Jason Henderson in his weekly YouTube posts entitled “Vampire of the Week.”

On October 2, 2010 I will be appearing at Monster Fest in Chesapeake, Va. The one day con is held in the very beautiful Chesapeake Central Library. This year’s theme – “Monster Fest Meets the Wolfman.”

The origins of the vampire myth goes back as far as mankind. Some of our most ancient writings that have been discovered by archeologists make reference to this creature. It would appear that ever since mankind has evolved into a sentient being there have been vampires.

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