Lord Carnavan was in his dining room eating pie and drank blood wine.
Lady Carnavan, Mary, Elizabeth, Gemma, and her new husband Simon, were sitting in their respective black chairs relaxing,
A silver colored chandelier hovered over the table-in a ominous way. Red candles surrounded the table, as he begun speaking his tale.
"I want to let everyone know that we have been secretive about the Cemetery. You see that is where our family is buried...Others have been killed upon the cobbled steps; others have trespassed; others have been murdered in blood by impalement upon the gates-like Vlad the Impaler did. Of course, such images of violence is not new to us; others have come because they know we're Vampires...As such, we treat such threats serously, Of course, Simon killed all those Vampires because he was angry with me, since he was trespassing...The only, and I mean only reason I didn't rip his head off, was the fact, and only fact, is...when Mary bit him thrice...thus killing him. And turning him from a human to a Vampire...And he is part of our Family...Now, that is out of the way", Lord Carnavan took a long, deep breath, then sipped his blood Wine, "We can tell you about the blood feud", he said,
And it begun like this...
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THE VAMPIRES OF MIST GATE: THE CEMETERY (BOOK EIGHT)Horror
In 1627, Charles Barrow tries to stop Harold Carnavan's Vampire attacks at Mist Gate Cemetery. Two decades later, in 1827, the past continues to haunt Lord and Lady Carnavan and their children, Can Simon and Gemma help to stop Barrow's ancestors fro...