The Old Curiosity Shop

Creatures of the Night
Vampires, Werewolves & other Demons
Dracula's Castle:  

A Window into East European History.

Melinda's Vampire Resource Page:  

Lots of links to all things vampire.

Dracula's Homepage:   I am Elizabeth Miller, a professor with the Department of English at Memorial University of Newfoundland (in Canada). My special interest is in 19th century British Gothic Fiction, with particular emphasis on Mary Shelley's FRANKENSTEIN and Bram Stoker's DRACULA. I am very active in Dracula Studies, having given papers on everyone's favorite vampire in Canada, the U.S., Ireland, Germany, and Romania. I am also President of the Canadian Chapter, Transylvanian Society of Dracula (an organization based in Romania) and of the Lord Ruthven Assembly, a constituent group within the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts.  
Strigoi's Tomb:   I have a special interest in the vampire and his kin in mythology, folk lore, legend, and true history. I wish to share some of what I have found. This site is dedicated to that.  
The Dracula Page:  

This page was designed to accompany discussion of Bram Stoker's novel Dracula, which enjoyed in 1997 the centenary of its publication.

The Dracula Society:  

The Dracula Society's Web Site.

The Vampire's Crypt:   A magazine devoted to vampire literature: New fiction and criticism, poetry, graphics, book reviews and more.  
Vampires Among Us:   Vampire descriptions and bloodletting tips. Many links to other sites. Miconceptions/Truths page too.  
Index of Links
Gothic Literature
Gothic Directory
Black Art Gallery
Gothic Forum
Gothic Downloads
Dracula's Mirror
Gothic Links