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Bram Stoker Estate

          In  response  to  the  continuing  worldwide  fascination  with  Bram  Stoker  and  his  most  iconic  creation,  Count  Dracula,  the  descendants  of  Bram  Stoker  have  taken  an  active  role  in  ensuring  their  famous  ancestor’s  intellectual  property  rights  are  preserved  and  protected.    Their  mission  includes  ensuring  the  availability  of  historically  accurate  information  about  Bram  Stoker  and  his  life,  collaboration  with  individuals  and  entities  of  like  purpose,  and  placing  a  suitable  statue  of  him  in  Dublin,  the  city  of  his  birth.    

 

         The  success  of  Dracula  has  overshadowed  Bram  Stoker’s  other  accomplishments;  not  only  was  he  a  successful  author,  in  his  lifetime  this  Victorian  gentleman  was  well  known  as  manager  of  the  Lyceum  Theater  in  London,  personal  secretary  and  dutiful  friend  to  Sir  Henry  Irving,  the  most  famous  actor  of  Victorian  England.  In  addition  to  his  close-knit,  and  internationally  accomplished  family  members,  Bram  Stoker  enjoyed  life-long  friendships  with  the  most  fascinating  characters  in  literary,  political,  and  artistic  circles  of  his  day  such  as  the  Wilde  family,  Walt  Whitman,  Mark  Twain,  and  Prime  Minister  Gladstone.      

 

         In  the  almost  ten  years  that  his  family  has  been  actively  engaged  with  Dracula  fans,  scholars,  and  historians  worldwide,  their  unique  perspective  on  the  Stoker  legacy  has  been  enthusiastically  welcomed.  With  records  in  the  possession  of  the  Dobbs,  MacCaw,  and  Stoker  families  and  recollections  by  Bram  Stoker’s  closest  living  relatives,  the  creator  of  the  most  famous  vampire  of  all  times  has  been  revealed  as  a  charming,  “red-bearded  Irishman”-  a  great-grandfather,  great-great-grandfather,  and  now  great-great-great-grandfather  to  a  little  girl  named  Mina. 

Robin MacCaw & Jenne Stoker, Whitby Abbey

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