Oregon vampires and elves

Suzy Beal, who occasionally comments here, sent me a clipping of a story that caused both of my eyebrows to go up in utter astonishment. Just read it. It explains the header for this post, quite ludicrously.

I had to laugh, because the next story (actually the original story in order of composition, but taking place after Martha’s Children) that features my vampire-sorceress Martha Fokker begins with her fleeing Portland, Oregon, where a vampire gang war is in progress.

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About Brian Bixby

I enjoy history because it helps me understand people. I'm writing fiction for much the same reason.
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6 Responses to Oregon vampires and elves

  1. crimsonprose says:

    Gosh! Though as said, everyone has their reality, that’s the starting premise in NLP. And the American Constitution says everyone’s entitled to their beliefs. I think in England this would not have been reported in the same open vein. (Oops, punning it.)
    But ‘energy vampires’, yea, I’ve encountered a fair few of those. One of my friends was in a debilitating relationship with one such an e-vampire. No danger of dying; a parasite does not kill its host.

  2. danagpeleg1 says:

    Garlic allergy, telling! Investigators should have used a cross, I say!

  3. Judy says:

    Alrighty then!! A cross or a mirror or the daylight!! Their truth..stranger than fiction? Or perhaps not in the world of imaginative writing!! 🙂

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