On Friday, May 4th, I spent some time walking around
Texas Frightmare Weekend, meeting guests, talking to artists and vendors, and picking up some cool artwork. (links below photos)
Links to featured guests in this episode:
Dave Dwonch (Vamplets) – outofmymind.co
Alee Brucato – www.MadlyMadeCreations.com
Casey Orr – theartoforr.com
Jim Ferguson – jimfergusonmakingascene.com
Chris Kuchta – horrorartist.com
Timothy Pittides (not mentioned in episode, but artist of Nosferatu print) – www.pittidesart.com
In this episode, I give a little vampire preview of Texas Frightmare Weekend 2018, coming up May 4-6 in DFW. Find out more at
After recording this episode, it was announced that Steven Weber is no longer attending the show.
Salem’s Lot Day, so enjoy this conversation with Jess Peacock about this important Stephen King novel.
Checkout last year’s full interview with Jess here – https://thevampirehistorian.com/2016/10/25/interview-with-jess-peacock/
Here are a few photos of my personal copy of
This episode is a short interview with “30 Days of Night” creator Steve Niles, recorded on the floor at the Dallas Comic Show. You can find Steve at
In this episode, I sit down with travel writer Leif Pettersen to talk about his 2016 book
Backpacking with Dracula: On the Trail of Vlad the Impaler and the Vampire He Inspired.
And here is my guest appearance on the Howl About That Podcast. We discussed Francis Ford Coppola’s 1992 film “Bram Stoker’s Dracula.”
Today we have a crossover episode with the Howl About That Podcast. First, check out their episode about the 1992 film, “Bram Stoker’s Dracula,” and then listen to this discussion about vampire movies in general. Thanks to Spencer, Riley, and Xander for taking out the time for these episodes. There is one odd cut in the middle where we thought that the weather sirens were going off, so I apologize for the quick edit. You can find them at