Nachts, Wenn Dracula Erwacht


The Lombard.

The Bulgar,

the Turk.

Poured their thousands

against our frontiers,

we drove them back.

The Dracula's have ever been

the hearts. Blood. The brains.

The sword of our people.

One of my race

crossed the Danube

and destroyed

the Turkish host.

Though sometimes beaten back

he came again and again

against the enemy

til at the end

he came alone

from the bloody field,

for he alone could triumph.

This was a Dracula indeed.

But now.

The wind blows coldly

through the

broken battlements.

Although this is my home,

I must move on.

I don't regret my journey,

but surely the post might

have served you much easier

and far cheaper.

If I am to begin a new life

in a new land

I must learn something

of its people

from such as yourself.

You are my honored guest.


Listen to them.

The children of the night,

what music they make.

But you are weary,

you shall sleep late.

You are most gracious

but my employers,

your solicitors

expect me back in London.

We shall see.

But for now you are

here at my invitation.

Nay, at my command.


Do you enjoy the

chase Mr. Harker?

I've never had

the opportunity.

The greatest of all sports,

you have the power

of life and death

over a living being.

Good night, Mr. Harker.

(Bat screeching)

You are first

and we shall follow.

Yours is the right to begin.

He is young and strong.

There are kisses for us all.


This man belongs to me.

He is ours.

We found him first.

(Baby crying)








This rman belongs to rme.


Good morning.

Where am I?

Who are you?

I am Dr. Seward

and this is Professor

Van Helsing's private clinic

not far from London.

How did I get here?

Your body was found

in a mountain stream

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Bram Stoker

Abraham "Bram" Stoker (8 November 1847 – 20 April 1912) was an Irish author, best known today for his 1897 Gothic novel Dracula. During his lifetime, he was better known as the personal assistant of actor Sir Henry Irving and business manager of the Lyceum Theatre in London, which Irving owned. more…

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