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Is It Real? Vampires DVD


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National Geographic explores centuries of vampire lore and legend—unearthing new science and insights on superstition and psychology.

For most of us, the vampire is a fictional count who became a horror movie icon. But is there more to the legend than fiction? Do the undead actually walk among us? From a self-proclaimed modern-day blood-drinking vampire, to a bishop who claims to have exorcized vampires and demons, to experts in anthropology, forensics, folklore and vampirism, Is It Real? Vampires sheds light on why this archetypal image has haunted us for so long.

Bonus program: Vampire Forensics.

Not available for shipment outside of the U.S. and Canada.

  • 1 disc; approximately 50 minutes
  • Widescreen
  • © 2010


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Don Henrie and others did a great job!

By Vampire Fan

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    Comments about Is It Real? Vampires DVD:

    I think Don Henrie, a.k.a. The Vampire Don, and others did a great job in this documentary. I would like to see more done like this where true vampires are reflected in a positive light.

    Many people are misunderstood about the culture and need to watch this and other documentaries to gain more of an understanding.

    Good job on behalf of the National Geographic staff as well.

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