Is Prince Charles a vampire? The heir to the British Throne claims that he is related to Vlad the Impaler, the Romanian scoundrel who inspired Bram Stoker to write his novel, ′Dracula′. According to the Associated Press, Prince Charles says that genealogy shows that he is related to old Vlad. Could this explain why the prince has done work to protect the forests of Romania and to stop the construction of the Dracula Land theme park in the Transylvania region? Or is Prince Charles playing trick-or-treat early this year for Halloween?
Perhaps you are more interested in your ′stake′ in Social Security, a topic explored at Degrees of Moderation. Or maybe sink your teeth into an article at Texas GOP Vote about our divided America. At Outside the Beltway, we have a piece about pundits putting the ′bite′ on Herman Cain. Then we have a piece about Rick Perry trying to get his campaign out of a coffin at Red State.
At The Pirate′s Cove, NYPD are threatening to sue the Occupy crowd should any blood be drawn. Michelle Malkin is writing about the witch hunt against Phil Kline as he challenges Planned Parenthood and Kathleen Sebelius. There is a ghoulishly good article at Sister Toldjah about Janet Napolitano denying any knowledge of the Fast and Furious scandal. Finally, Big Government gives us a complete list on all of the devilish acts by the Occupy movement so far.
So if Prince Charles being a vampire isn′t quite your blood type, then you have plenty to keep you amused and informed. Personally, I think it may be possible that the heir to the British Throne is related to Vlad the Impaler. If the Associated Press says the genealogy shows that he is a distant relative for the inspiration for Bram Stoker′s Dracula, then who can say? Makes more sense than David Ickes claiming the Royals are shape-shifting, flesh-eating aliens. Plus we have this fact that Charles is involved in preserving the forests of Romania and opposes the Dracula Land theme park in the Transylvania region. Whatever is the case, the story is timed well for Halloween. Trick or Trick, or as Sir Graves Ghastly would say, ″Happy Haunting…″