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In Search of Dracula: The History of Dracula and Vampires by Raymond T. McNally and Radu Florescu. This book explains the connections between the real Dracula and Bram Stoker's fictional vampire.
Dracula by Matei Cazacu, translated by Nicole Mordarski and others. A scholarly biography of the Wallachian prince Vlad III the Impaler.
Vlad the Impaler: In Search of the Real Dracula by M. J. Trow. Was Dracula a heroic freedom fighter or a bloodthirsty mass-murderer? This biography peels back the layers of myth and history to reveal the the real Vlad the Impaler.
Vlad III Dracula: The Life and Times of the Historical Dracula by Kurt W. Treptow. A scholarly biography.
In the Footsteps of Dracula: A Personal Journey and Travel Guide by Steven P. Unger. The true life story of Vlad the Impaler, the history of the novel "Dracula," pictures and descriptions of every site in England and Romania related to the real and fictional Draculas, and information for travelers about visiting the sites. With 185 photos.
Dracula by Bram Stoker. The 1897 novel that immortalized Dracula.
Covenant With the Vampire: The Diaries of the Family Dracul by Jeanne Kalogridis. The first in a trilogy of novels about a fictional descendant of the real Prince Dracula who uncovers the secrets of his family's past.
Children of the Vampire: The Diaries of the Family Dracul by Jeanne Kalogridis is the sequel to Covenant With the Vampire. Dracula's descendant continues his battle with his evil ancestor.
Lord of the Vampires is the final book in Jeanne Kalogridis's Diaries of the Family Dracul trilogy.
Vlad Dracula: The Dragon Prince by Michael Augustyn is a novel about the real Dracula.
Vlad by Melodie Romeo. Another fictionalized account of the real Vlad Dracula's life.
Vlad: The Last Confession by C. C. Humphreys. The story of cruel 15th century prince Vlad the Impaler of Walachia, told by those who knew him best.
The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova. A modern girl embarks on a harrowing journey across Europe to find history's most legendary fiend: Dracula.
Vlad the Impaler: The Man Who Was Dracula by Sid Jacobson, illustrations by Ernie Colon. Graphic novel tells the ghastly prince's life story in four-color illustrations.
Castle Dracula: Romania's Vampire Home by Barbara Knox and Stephen Brown. For children ages 9 to 12.
Vlad the Impaler: Bloodthirsty Medieval Prince by John Shea. The true story of the brutal 15th century ruler and his fight against the Ottoman Empire. For children ages 9 to 13.
Vlad the Impaler: The Real Count Dracula by Enid A. Goldberg and Norman Itzkowitz. Biography for young adult readers.
These DVDs are formatted for North American audiences.
Bloodlines: The Dracula Family Tree. Documentary from A&E. Follow the strange search for the evil count, and see if his blood survives to this day.
In Search of Dracula. Christopher Lee (who played Saruman in The Lord of the Rings) narrates, appears as Dracula in clips from his movies, and plays evil tyrant Vlad the Impaler in this look at the origins of Dracula, both historical and literary. A useful introduction to the Dracula family tree. (Review © Amazon)
Biography: Bram Stoker. Bram Stoker's name is inextricably linked with that of his most famous creation -- Count Dracula. Written in 1897, it won Stoker worldwide acclaim.
Dracula, the Dark Prince. This 2000 movie, starring Rudolf Martin as Vlad the Impaler, originally aired on the USA Network and has received good reviews.