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Vampires in Pop Culture and Folklore, feat Eleanor Tombs

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Discussion on Vampires and more with Eleanor Tombs, author of The Ridge and sanguinarian.  We are joined by special guest co-host Mike Mershon from the Untitled Rock Disaster.

 

Vampires have been portrayed in various ways in movies, TV shows, and books.  They are a part of pop culture and folklore and the focus of obsession for some.  Join us as we sink our teeth into this exciting and interesting topic.

This is sure to be an exciting podcast.  Eleanor and Jaime have known eachother for most of their lives.  Jaime was there the moment that Ele became obsessed with vampires and recalls some of her earliest story telling adventures.



About Eleanor Tombs:

Eleanor Tombs has always been titillated with the world of vampires and other folk lore since she was a small child. Growing up and feeling odd herself, she would walk the line of fantasy and reality in her imagination. Now older, she wants to open the imaginations of others to the possibilities. She also wants to entertain others with her ideas and love for these creatures and their inevitable fates.

 

The Ridge

After a series of unusual and unexplainable events, Ivy Colvin flees city life with her young daughter for the seclusion of the country. Out in the middle of nowhere, she finds the family and friends she had avoided all her life. Before she can get settled into domestic bliss, she is confronted by challenges, changes, and the truth behind the events that sent her out into the country.

With the revelation of the existence of creatures that weren't supposed to exist, can Ivy protect her daughter and her new family and friends?

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