Growing up, my favorite holiday was always Halloween. There is something about this season. My favorite would be snuggling on the couch with my cat and a good horror novel.
I can’t think of a better symbol for the halloween season than the Black Cat. As my religious views changed, I also viewed this season differently. During this holiday, I honor my ancestors and the pets that I had that passed on. Many were cats.
The strength of the vampire is that people will not believe in him. — Garrett Fort
With October on the horizon, all things that go bump in the night come out to play. In the US, you can’t escape the ghouls associated with Halloween. Vampires are no exception. Below, you will find my five favorite fictional “living-dead.”
Below, you will find my five favorite fictional “living-dead.” They are ones that I feel made an impact on my enjoyment of the gothic genre. The vampires that I choose follow the traditional vampiric mythos, so you will not find any sparkly creatures on this list.
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