Book Review: Vampires: The Occult Truth by: Konstantinos



Publish Date:
September 1, 2002

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Trade Paperback

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The facts are stranger than anything you may have read, heard, or imagined before now! Vampires. They really exist, and this book rips away the myth to expose their habits and lifestyles. Vampires: The Occult Truth divulges actual first-person encounters with vampires of all types - the ancient undead of folklore, contemporary mortal blood drinkers, and the most dangerous creatures of all: psychic vampires, who intentionally drain the life force from their victims.

In Vampires, you'll find many never-before-published case histories of recent contacts with vampires and their victims, including those encountered in the flesh by the author himself. You'll read letters from modern vampires that tell of their hidden lives. You'll even learn a fail-safe way to protect yourself from a psychic vampire attack.

Vampires: fact or fiction? Uncover the chilling truth about the legend that refuses to die. 

Review: The author brings us anecdotal and actual evidence of four types of vampires - immortal blood drinkers, mortal blood drinkers, unintentional psychic vampires, and intentional psychic vampires. He stresses the fact that the only evidence of immortal blood drinkers is anecdotes and folklore based on historical figures such as Vlad the Impaler and Countess Bathory. Also, he warns of the dangers to mortal blood drinkers of blood-borne pathogens, such as HIV. Psychic vampires are a different and more chilling story. These are the energy drainers who either intentionally or unintentionally suck you dry emotionally and mentally. He also gives helpful tips to protect yourself from psychic vampires.

Overall, this is a very comprehensive and detailed look into the legends and lives of vampires - those who drink blood (human or otherwise) and those who drink your energy. It's written in a very engaging and straightforward manner. It's a must for all those who want to find out more about vampires who aren't always gorgeous and alluring (or sparkly!).


  1. This sounds like a really interesting read. I'll have to keep an eye out for it on shelves.

  2. Yes, does he properly cover the sparkly vampire in his study? ;)


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