Characterising vampires from its origins to its contemporary manifestations in literature is precisely the vampire’s disaffection with the effects of ageing.
Because of the lack of concrete information, competing theories abound, and within the community of serial murderer aficionados, there is rampant disagreement.
As our understandings of space and society have altered through global perspectives, the universal enigma of death looms like never before.
The image of Witchcraft presented both by informants and literature is a very diverse, highly eclectic belief and behavioural system.
Many historians of witchcraft and demonology have at times alluded to the seemingly transhistorical and transcultural nature of their studies.
Historians of witchcraft know the long shadow cast by the Salem witch hunt of 1692, while related to cultural aspects of medieval society, culture, and religion.