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Icons of horror and the supernatural: An encyclopedia of our worst nightmares - S.T. Joshi
Call Number: Reference PN56.H6 I26 2007 (2 vols.)
ISBN: 0313337810

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The vampire book: The encyclopedia of the undead - J. Gordon Melton
Call Number: Reference BF1556 .M46 2011
ISBN: 157859281X

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