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As with European witchcraft, in vampire lore there is a similar need to identify vampires, but the class of individuals who are thought to possess such powers is not so well defined as the group of benandanti. People born on a Saturday or thought to be the offspring of a vampire and a live mother are among those presumed to have the power to detect vampires. In Dracula, Van Helsing is marked by being a foreigner (like Dracula himself) and a credentialed vampire specialist, who is called on by the Londoners to link various misfortunes to the immigrant count.
W. Jacobs 1902) and, more recently, Stephen King's book Pet Sematary (1983) warn us of the danger of even wishing that the dead would return. The will to bring a being back from the dead is itself a violent or aggressive urge. In both folklore and the literary/cinematic tradition, the desire that the dead return usually originates among the living and is almost always accompanied by nefarious, sorcerous intent. In American consciousness, the most commonly held image of the undead vampire does not come directly from Stokers novel or even from Murnau's silent, illicit adaptation, Nosferatu, but, rather, from Tod Browning's 1931filmversion of Dracula.
In the Christian tradition, for example, Christ's imperative "Noli me tangere" (John 20:17) upon his l8 / SLAYERS AND T H E I R V A M P I R E S return from hell can be read as a warning to the awed living that he was still charged with a dangerous shamanic power acquired from having been in the world of the dead. 10 This monstrosity may be physical repulsiveness, or it may be a kind of social monstrosity, often associated with aggressive or vengeful violence. The literary folktale The Monkeys Paw (W.
Night Huntress (Sisters of the Moon, Book 5) by Yasmine Galenorn