Was Bram Stoker real?

Bram Stoker, real name Abraham Stoker, was an Irish writer best known for creating the Gothic horror classic Dracula. He was born on November 8, 1847, in Clontarf, County Dublin, Ireland, and passed away on April 20, 1912, in London, England.

Late in life, Stoker began writing fiction, and in 1890 he released The Snake’s Pass, a romantic suspense book with a desolate western Ireland setting. In 1897, his masterwork Dracula was published. The main characters of the book—Jonathan Harker, who first encountered the vampire Count Dracula; Wilhelmina (“Mina”) Harker (née Murray), Jonathan’s future wife; Dr. John (“Jack”) Seward, a psychiatrist and sanatorium administrator; and Lucy Westenra, Mina’s friend and a Dracula victim who later turns into a vampire—write the majority of the book in the form of diaries and journals they keep.The plot centers on a Transylvanian vampire who travels to England utilizing supernatural abilities and preys on helpless citizens there in order to obtain the blood he needs to survive. After a number of terrifying encounters and under the direction of Dr. Abraham Van Helsing, Seward’s mentor and an authority in “obscure diseases,” Harker and his companions are finally able to defeat and slay Dracula. Both plays and films based on the hugely successful book were equally successful.

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Maria Chucks

Maria Chucks– After graduating from University with a master’s degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. She mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well