Recent Vampire attacks in New Orleans

Author Lyn Gibson

FRENCH QUARTERNew Orleans has a history and reputation for many things Vampire.  At the heart of it all is the French Quarter which has seen it’s share of Vampire incidents since becoming home to Jacques de saint Germain hundreds of years ago.  As a matter of fact, many other members of the Vampire elite society have and still do find haven in New Orleans. Though it is a known fact to all locals, very little documentation may be found as we whisper the details of current activity only amongst ourselves.

The French Quarter has been haven to many Vampires throughout history.  A perfect setting as the area has always had a high rate of murder and missing persons.  The living are drawn to the area by its’ mystery and charm, eager to experience an encounter with the undead.  Few are lucky enough to return with their experiences, most have vanished without…

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Rasputin, a Vampire?

Author Lyn Gibson

rasputinGrigori Rasputin was a well known Russian mystic with the ability to foresee the future and heal the sickly.  Rasputin had a vast knowledge and understanding of the bible and was regarded as a starets, or an elder, a title typically reserved for monk-confessors.  In the early 1900’s Rasputin had earned the reputation of being a saintly, mystic, visionary, healer and prophet having impressed many public figures with his biblical knowledge and understanding.

In 1907 Rasputin was invited into the Romanov estate by Tsar Nicholas II in hopes that he could heal their ailing son Tsarevich Alexi, who suffered from hemophilia (hmmm, interesting!).  Rasputin, who had successfully healed Alexi, would remain with the family for several years, serving as their psychic adviser he would influence their political reign until sometime in around 1915.

Though Rasputin was haled as a great and saintly man by many, there were those that…

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