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Ella Thorold: 'It's more than a love story with vampires'

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Bella Bella! Beauties and their beasts

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The Etruscan Roots of The Twilight Saga

Were there vampires in Volterra? Probably not, but the Etruscans had their own brigade of gods and demons representing night, death and resurrection.

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