Reblog-Renfield’s Research On Sherrielock Holmes

April 22, 2018 at 8:06 pm (Avatar Speaks, Geopolitics and International Relations, History, Humour, International Intrigue, Mystery, News, Religion, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , )

Seeing as how yesterday April 21st 2018 was the 100th Anniversary of the death of the Red Baron Manfred von Richthofen, I thought I would re-post this vampire novel chapter I wrote almost 3 years ago which deals with the background of the immortal leather skirted dominatrix Sherrielock Holmes (who was Sherlock Holmes’ twin sister), her late husband Dr. Louis Rocher (who was shot down and killed by the Red Baron just the day before the Red Baron himself was shot down and killed) and the demise of the Red Baron himself.

Dracul Van Helsing

Renfield’s Research On Sherrielock Holmes

Amadeus and Renfield were sitting in their favourite Fish and Chips shop in London.

Renfield was having the Deluxe Grilled Cheese and Tuna Fish Sandwich Special.

Amadeus was having the All You Can Eat Fish n’ Chips Special.

He was now on his 11th plate of fish and chips.

“I’ve noticed that for some reason I’m not able to fit into any of the clothes that people bought me as presents last Christmas,” Amadeus said as he bit into his monster piece of cod.

“I wonder why that is,” Renfield bit into his sandwich.

“I have no idea,” Amadeus ordered his 12th plate of fish and chips.

“Anyways I’ve been doing some research on Sherrielock Holmes,” Renfield sipped his Magic Mushroom and Marshmallow Laced Chocolate Latte.

“Your personal dominatrix?” Amadeus spoke in a loud voice.

“Shhh, quiet, not so loud,” Renfield whispered to Amadeus.


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  1. George F. said,

    Love it so far. Now…to the original post!

  2. fragglerocking said,

    Family histories are always so fascinating.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      They are very fascinating.

      I’m starting to think more about my family history these days and unfortunately both my parents are dead and thus not around to answer my questions.

      I remember certain things they told me and I wish I knew more.

      For instance my dad had a great great uncle who was a bishop in the Church of England in the 19th Century and of course now I have no idea who he was.

      My maternal great grandmother- her grandparents were apparently well known Scottish concert singers in Europe back in the mid 19th Century who sang for the Russian Czars of the time as well as the Emperor Napoleon III of France.

      Now I’d love to know who they were.

      • fragglerocking said,

        When we are young we look to the future and don’t see our parents past as being relevant to our all knowing selves. Then when we get to a time where we have more past than future we realise that wasn’t the case at all.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Yes, that’s very true.

  3. doesitevenmatter3 said,

    Great re-blog!
    Any time Renfield is mentioned, I’m a happy camper! 😉 😀
    HUGS!!! 🙂

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