Bram Stoker's notebook offers cryptic clues to Dracula
Private notebook discovered by author's great-grandson has 'clear parallels' with Jonathan Harker's journal in vampire novel
The private notebook of Bram Stoker has been discovered in an attic on the Isle of Wight, offering cryptic clues into the origins of the author's most famous work, Dracula.
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