As we embark on the spooky season, it is safe to say that ghosts, ghouls, goblins, witches, warlocks, and werewolves will start emerging.  Demons, banshees, dragons, and...

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The vampire is a very romantic mythical creature.   However, the beginnings of the folklore however, are not.  Some sources say that the vampire was created to explain plagues and diseases, that some evil spiritual entity was killing all these people, when in fact it was viruses.   Others believe that the folklore came from the historical stories about Vlad the Impaler.

No matter the origin, the Vampire was turned into a fascinating romantic killing creature.  An Immortal being that drinks blood from unsuspecting souls to survive.

If you are fascinated by Vampires, and the veil of mysticism that surrounds them, then the perfect night awaits you.

Count Dracula will appear in the Yellow City for two nights to feast with you (or on you).  However, it will be an evening of murder and mystery.

Count Dracula is hosting the Blood Ball at the exclusive Fang and Rose Club uptown-where night walkers and blood drinkers of all ages can celebrate the immortal life. A little after midnight, Count Dracula returns to their dressing room after finishing their performance to discover a body drained of blood... Was it one of the guests? Or some party crasher who made their way past security? Was it a crime of passion or hatred? It's up to you to find out!

You will be able to sink your teeth into prime rib, salad, garlic mashed potatoes, green beans, dinner rolls, and red velvet cake with chocolate ganache or raspberry cheesecake.

The event will take place on October 13th and 14th at The Big Texan Brewery.  The cost is $110 per person.   Make your reservations here.

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