Re-read 'salem's Lot...who is your favorite vampire?

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Haunted

This is my favorite place
Mar 26, 2008
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The woods are lovely dark and deep
#32
I have to stick with Mr. Stoker's Dracula. His words paint a dreadful, evil creature. Then I must acknowledge the sisters in Dracula's castle, silly but evil women, baby killers all.:ghostface:

Mr. King's SL is my first of his and one of my most favorites. There are some dated references but regardless I am with his story from start to finish. Danny floating outside the second story window, his mother moving under the sheet in the morgue. Aw come on!!! It doesn't get any better that these two tales!!
 

kingricefan

All-being, keeper of Space, Time & Dimension.
Jul 11, 2006
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#35
That isn't Stephen King in that scene, is it? There is a bit of resemblance so I thought maybe he did a cameo?
not unless he did and uncredited scene!no,looks like him,but I doubt it..
Nope, it's not Steve. Actor's name is Barney McFadden. He died in 2006. He does look a lot like a young Steve.
 

muskrat

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Nov 8, 2010
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Under your bed
#38
What the heck? I can't post a pick of Vampirella? Not even Frazetta's original cover for the first issue, which is quite tame by anyone's standards?

Cause I know I posted that pic right here, and now it ain't. That's freakin LAME, man. That's some of the best art around. If this is the right side of history, bury me in old Vlad's vault and seal the bloody lid.

Tamest pic of ol Vampi and I can't even post it on the freakin STEPHEN KING site.
 
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