Tag: history

Elizabeth Bathory, The Living Vampire | Countess Dracula (Blood Countess) Of Hungarian History

Elizabeth Báthory, the blood countess, the living vampire, the renowned countess dracula. No, she’s not the red-eyed, superhuman or undead vampire you see in today’s movies, but yes, she delighted in drinking the blood of her murdered victims, believing it keeps her young and vibrant. Known throughout the world as the most prolific female murderer,…

By William Hollis January 23, 2020 0

Are Vampires Real? Of Course Not, But . . .

Halloween season wouldn’t be what it is without the undead. And some might say the most spine-chilling creature of that realm is the vampire. (Splash) Welcome to this week’s episode of Reactions, where if today’s sinister being doesn’t scare you, the chemistry behind how it came to be just might. When you think “vampire” some…

By William Hollis January 15, 2020 0

Could Chopin See Ghosts?

This is: Chopin and his Ghosts. 19th century composer Frederic Chopin always had a peculiar fascination with the morbid. His diary entries contain numerous references to corpses, ghosts, and “cohorts of phantoms”. The diaries of his lover, George Sand, also refer to Chopin’s visual hallucinations; including a visit to a monastery that was: “full of…

By William Hollis January 8, 2020 14

We are IF ‘THANK YOU’

This video is a little different from the normal format I just want to take five minutes of your time to say a big thankyou The channel has just hit the 1 year ANNIVERSERY and we have broken the 500 subscriber mark I never thought that I would see such support. To all off you…

By William Hollis January 4, 2020 19