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Having spent a great deal of my lifetime in Northern California, I’ve found that amidst the abundant redwood forests and grazing cattle, there was a much deeper underbelly of creepy stories and folklore. From the Golden State Killer to the ghost town of Bodie, there seems to be an inherent

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Pinched from Dazed Digital The literary vampire is an ambiguously coded figure, a source of both erotic anxiety and corrupt desire, and is one of the most powerful archetypes passed down to us from the nineteenth century. Neither dead or alive, human or creature, this abject figure occupies a liminal space

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