DRACULA "As the stake went through the vampire's body, Dracula gave a terrible cry. then Arthur's knife cut through the vampire's throat.
There was silence. But there was no blood on the snow. Count Dracula's body was a heap of dust!"ÃÂ Doesn't it seems little bit strange that it says: "But there was no blood on the snow"ÃÂ? I mean, after all the blood he used to drink every night.
When my grandfather first told me the story of Dracula, I was only 10 years old, so he told me: "The day you'll become a man, after your Bar-Mitzvah, I'll tell you how it really ended.
- 3 years have passed, and I am 13 years old. I asked him: "grandpa, please, tell my what has really happened to Dracula"ÃÂ. He agreed, and that what he said: "As the stake went through the vampire's body Dracula gave a terrible cry, and all the sky turn red, reedier then his eyes.
Suddenly it seemed that the sky opened to two - just like the "ÃÂred-sea crossing'.
Then, Count Dracula tured to a huge black eagle. The eagle's head looked like the vampire's head, but bigger.
A few second later, when he almost vanished, he yelled: "I'll be back, you'll see"ÃÂ Mina, Jonathan, Arthur and the professor, stood next to the empty tomb of Count Dracula, freezing from fear.
Suddenly, Mina remembered she read a book about supernatural phenomenon, and said: "In the book it was written, that to kill a simple vampire, it's much - much easier than to kill the upper vampire.
To kill a simple one, you should do exactly as you did professor, but to kill the Count...
To kill the Count you must make another vampire to bite him in the neck and drink his...