Bram Stoker

Abraham "Bram" Stoker was the stage manager of the Royal Lyceum Theatre in London in 1897, and of the Prince Albert Theatre previously. He also wrote the novel Dracula, which may have been inspired by his wife Florence Stoker's secret, which he had kept for over twenty years. (COMIC: Bat Attack!) It may also have been inspired by his encounter with the Draxis. (AUDIO: The Woman in White)

Stoker was inspired to write Dracula from stories of the cruelty of the 15th century Prince of Wallachia Vlad III, who was otherwise known as "Dracula" and "Vlad the Impaler". (AUDIO: Son of the Dragon)

The Sixth Doctor claimed that Bram Stoker was the greatest authority on vampires outside Gallifrey. (AUDIO: Project: Twilight)

Biography[edit | edit source]

Before writing Dracula, he wrote the biography of his close friend Sir Henry Irving. He was also an old friend of Henry Gordon Jago. He invited Jago to watch Irving in action to confirmed his misgivings about Irving. Soon after he told him about the mysterious disappearances at the theatre. With Jago and George Litefoot they found a set of tunnels under the theatre. Bram and Litefoot when exploring the tunnels encountered some slug like creatures. (AUDIO: The Woman in White)

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

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