Love thy vampire, kosherly

The TV series “True Blood” has been so successful that only “The Sopranos” rivals it. “True Blood” is about a world of imaginary creatures. Particularly strange is the vampire world parallel to human society.

The series, based on a series of novels by American writer Charlaine Harris, involves a scientific breakthrough: the Japanese invention of synthetic blood, which enables vampires to integrate into human society, since they no longer need pose a threat.

Vampire tales in general sprung from ancient Slavic myths about dead people who rose from their graves seeking “blood transfusions” from the living.


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