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Bram Stoker’s Dracula

The real tale behind the creation of dracula

Sand sculpture Image by Jan Zatloukal from Pixabay Bram Stoker pic Wikipedia open-source Charlotte Matilda Blake Thornley plaque pic by Ronan O’Connell.

Abraham “Bram” Stoker author of a legendary story
Written in 1887 Still extremely popular today
Influencing media culture and cults around the world
With his creation in Sligo the west of Ireland,
“Dracula” considered by many as one of the most influential novels in history.




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