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The Son of Dracula and the Blood Countess

The Son of Dracula and the Blood Countess

By Drac Von Stoller

Copyright May 16, 2016

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The Son of Dracula and the Blood Countess

By Drac Von Stoller

Copyright May 16, 2016

Nestled upon a mountain top in 1590, what the villagers called the Castle of Death was the castle of Drac Von Stoller. Drac, being a blood lover, met a countess by the name of Erzsebet Bathroy, who would be later known as The Blood Countess who killed 640, that he took a liking to. At one of his costume parties, instead of just entering her room at the dead of night and biting her on the neck then transforming into a bat to fly out her window into the night, looking for another victim, the two made passionate love together, and the result of that encounter led to an offspring that would carry on the tradition of his father. But it could have ended there on the spot, but Erzsebet was spared her life because while they were making love the bedroom door burst open and there standing at the doorway was none other than Van Helsing with a wooden stake and hammer. He held up a cross as he got closer to the bed and pressed the cross on Drac’s forehead, burning his flesh, causing Drac to fall back on the bed and enough time for Van Helsing to drive a stake into Drac Von Stoller’s heart, ending the bloody rampage for years in his castle of death, or so Van Helsing thought. Little did Van Helsing know that Erzsebet Bathory was carrying Drac Von Stoller’s baby and she was bitten on the neck when they were making passionate love together which would ultimately change her life from that day forward.

The only thing left of Drac Von Stoller was his cape and a pile of ashes. Erzsebet left Drac Von Stoller’s castle to grieve the loss of her one night stand that she hoped to wed soon, but those dreams were shattered by a stake in the hands of the notorious vampire killer Van Helsing.

Shortly after Drac Von Stoller was laid to rest in his coffin in the family crypt, Erzsebet started having strong cravings for blood. To try and keep her mind off her one and only love for Drac Von Stoller she would have parties in her castle and lure young women to her bathing quarters and then kill them, hanging their dead bodies upside down and slitting their jugular vein to drink and bathe in their blood.

This gave Erzsebet a high like none other and wasn’t about to stop now because they craving for blood was too strong for her to ignore so she found killing these young women was very easy to do and just kept going.

Finally, it was time to bring into the world the bundle of joy or should I say the bundle of hell that she and Drac produced. When she held her newborn baby in her arms and opened his eyes for the first she said “What blazing red eyes you have.” She also noticed when he opened his mouth he already had a complete set of teeth and you guessed it upper and lower fangs. The midwife said “Let me put the baby in his crib so you can rest.” When the midwife took the baby in her arms he opened his eyes and she screamed and said “His eyes are blood red.” Then Erzsebet laughed hysterically and the baby sunk his teeth in her neck as she screamed and fell to the floor dead. Erzsebet came over and picked up her baby and said “I’m proud of you son and I know your father would be. I wish he were here to witness what just happened but you’ll just have to carry on his legacy that he left behind.”

Erzsebet decided to give her son a name, so she settled on Frederick Von Stoller to carry on his father’s name. Frederick was also showing signs of vampirism, such as blood red eyes and fangs. One day when Erzsebet was breastfeeding, Frederick sunk his fangs into her breast and drew blood, which she knew then her son was evolving into a vampire day by day and would need blood in order to survive like his father needed.

This gave Erzsebet an idea since she too craved blood. She decided to lure women over to her castle, then let them hold her baby in their arms, unbeknownst to them that her baby was a vampire and would sink its teeth into their necks and get a taste of blood before Erzsebet would strangle them to death. She would then strip them of their clothing and hang their dead bodies over a tub and bathe in their blood. Frederick would also join in the tub with his mother and drink the blood dripping from the young woman’s body to quench his thirst. If the prince of darkness Drac Von Stoller was still alive, he would be proud of Erzsebet and his son Frederick.

Frederick and his mother would go on to kill over 600 young women before they were walled up in the cellar brick by brick in 1614.

Legend has it that young women’s screams can be heard in the castle followed by a ghostly laugh, presumably that of Erzsebet Bathory and even get a bite from the son of Dracula. A ghostly figure of a young boy can be seen chasing a young girl’s ghost through the castle, running for her life only to succumb to a bite on the neck and brought to his mother to be killed and strung up over the tub in Erzsebet’s bedroom and have her jugular vein cut so she and her son could bathe in it.


The Son of Dracula and the Blood Countess

Nestled upon a mountain top in 1590, what the villagers called the Castle of Death was the castle of Drac Von Stoller. Drac, being a blood lover, met a countess by the name of Erzsebet Bathroy, who would be later known as The Blood Countess who killed 640, that he took a liking to. At one of his costume parties, instead of just entering her room at the dead of night and biting her on the neck then transforming into a bat to fly out her window into the night, looking for another victim, the two made passionate love together, and the result of that encounter led to an offspring that would carry on the tradition of his father. But it could have ended there on the spot, but Erzsebet was spared her life because while they were making love the bedroom door burst open and there standing at the doorway was none other than Van Helsing with a wooden stake and hammer. He held up a cross as he got closer to the bed and pressed the cross on Drac’s forehead, burning his flesh, causing Drac to fall back on the bed and enough time for Van Helsing to drive a stake into Drac Von Stoller’s heart, ending the bloody rampage for years in his castle of death, or so Van Helsing thought. Little did Van Helsing know that Erzsebet Bathory was carrying Drac Von Stoller’s baby and she was bitten on the neck when they were making passionate love together which would ultimately change her life from that day forward.

  • ISBN: 9781311661197
  • Author: Drac Von Stoller
  • Published: 2016-07-05 04:50:28
  • Words: 971
The Son of Dracula and the Blood Countess The Son of Dracula and the Blood Countess