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The Remarkable Achievements of Bram Stoker’s Dracula in Ireland

In the mystic emerald isle of Ireland, artistic expression never fails to arise and fascinate audiences. Here we will discover the in-depth effects Bram Stoker plays throughout Ireland when presenting his infamous novel Dracula. From quiet beginnings, gifts, and sheer … Continue reading The Remarkable Achievements of Bram Stoker’s Dracula in Ireland

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Some of the Most Terrifying Horror Anime to Watch this Halloween

Halloween is here. The month of haunted house decorations, disturbing ghost stories, scary Halloween costumes, and, of course, lots and lots of delicious sweets. While these aren’t common characteristics of Halloween for people all around the world, the theme of … Continue reading Some of the Most Terrifying Horror Anime to Watch this Halloween

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Anthropology: Ghost Stories and Folktales as Cultural and Historical Indexes

Interactions and Storytelling Humans as a species and as cultural beings are defined by their interactions. In interacting with others, we learn about norms, culture, and the rich depths of tales that inform us. Storytelling is one of the key … Continue reading Anthropology: Ghost Stories and Folktales as Cultural and Historical Indexes

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A Look at 1984’s Post Nuclear World in the British Film ‘Threads’ and its Relevance Today

Threads is a British horror film that first aired on the BBC in 1984. The film, directed by Mick Jackson, details the effects of a nuclear attack on Britain during a nuclear war. Threads is renowned for its horrifying depiction of … Continue reading A Look at 1984’s Post Nuclear World in the British Film ‘Threads’ and its Relevance Today