Lepardia Marango, Dracul Van Helsing, King Abdullah II, Queen Rania and Pegasus

April 9, 2019 at 10:01 pm (Geopolitics and International Relations, International Intrigue, News, Romance, Spy Tales, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , )

South African Cultural Attache Lepardia Marango prior to a date with Canadian vampire hunter Dracul Van Helsing

Dracul Van Helsing had invited Lepardia Marango to attend a screening of the 1940 version of the film Waterloo Bridge that starred Vivien Leigh and Robert Taylor which was being held in a London repertory theatre.

The 1940 Waterloo Bridge movie alternated with the 1942 film Casablanca in being Dracul Van Helsing’s favourite motion picture of all time.

On the taxi ride over to the theatre, Lepardia and Dracul discussed the news story that was being kept quiet by the fake news media all over the world which was the winged horse Pegasus landing on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem last night.

“I take it this Pegasus was the genetic recreation of the original that Set Enterprises’ Dr. Cadbury Rocher created a couple of years back?” Lepardia asked Dracul.

“That’s right,” Dracul nodded, “when this Pegasus was genetically re-created, Dr. Rocher had a tough time teaching him to fly. When he finally learned how to fly, he was late coming home at night. No one seemed to be able to control Pegasus until Queen Rania of Jordan came to visit the Set Enterprises lab. Now Pegasus lives in Amman Jordan at the palace of King Abdullah II and Queen Rania.”

“So it wouldn’t be far for him to fly from Amman to Jerusalem then?” Lepardia noted.

“No, it wouldn’t,” Dracul agreed, “and he’d be far safer than the Boeing 737 MAX 8.”

“Wasn’t King Abdullah II of Jordan recently awarded the Saint Francis of Assisi Lamp of Peace Award?” Lepardia inquired.

“He was,” Dracul replied, “at the same time cob webs and dust were growing on Jared Kushner’s Deal of The Century. The century will probably be over and all the participants dead from old age by the time Trump’s son-in-law puts his peace deal together.”

“And Trump will undoubtedly have uploaded his consciousness into a cyborg walnut by then so he can live forever,” Lepardia commented.

“Undoubtedly,” Dracul smiled.

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Tuesday April 9th


  1. David Redpath said,

    Dracul, I’ve just returned from Tel Aviv, as an
    unofficial “election observer” (ASIO has been
    observing how Russia observes elections).
    Anyway, just a heads up … the soon to be
    triumphant Bibi Netanyahu πŸ˜‰ is already
    measuring up curtains for the Third Temple.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Yes, I thought he was measuring curtains for the Third Temple.

      The Vatican has been advertising pre-Vatican II tapestries at reduced prices for the past week.

      Offering a special discount for those buying in shekels gave it away. 😎

      • David Redpath said,

        Without the tapestries,
        how will the papacy
        hide all those skeletons
        in the Vatican closet?

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Something Pope Francis hadn’t thought of when he gave the directive.

        He always puts his foot in his mouth first and only remembers to take it out afterwards.

      • David Redpath said,

        I was just about to reading Big Papa’s
        thoughts on Apostolicam Actuositatem,
        but I couldn’t get past the heading 😎

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Yes, it’s always difficult getting past the titles of papal documents.

        They don’t have the same pizzaz as J.K. Rowling when it comes to cool sounding Latin expressions. 😎

  2. rajanisingh885721172 said,

    Fabulous post

  3. George F. said,

    Hysterical. I’d take the Pegasus over the 737 too! How do you do it, Dracul?

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      I’m not sure how I do it, George. πŸ˜‚

      But yes, the Pegasus is definitely safer than the 737. πŸ‘Œ

  4. velvetscreams said,

    Lovely post as usual dracul

  5. David Redpath said,

    Yes, instead of tired old Excommunication,
    Pope Francis could simply point a his staff
    and shout, “Expelliarmus!”.

  6. annieasksyou said,

    Well, then we need Kraken to get hold of that cyborg walnut, which he’ll probably find is empty because…

    Would you like to finish the thought, Christopher?

  7. Jessica said,

    I’m glad Pegasus did not get posses by Rasputin ghost as the previous post mention πŸ˜€

    Imagining Trump uploading his consciousness into a cyborg walnut… πŸ™„

    And to further keep an eye on Van Helsing favorite I’m off to investigate his favorite film haha πŸ˜‚

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      I’m glad Pegasus wasn’t possessed by Rasputin either, Jessica. πŸ˜€

      Yes, there were 3 different versions of the film Waterloo Bridge made.

      One was in the 1930s.

      One was the 1940 version with Vivien Leigh and Robert Taylor.

      And the other was made in the 1950s.

      But Turner Classic Movies channel host Robert Osbourne said that the two other versions aren’t even in the same league at all as the 1940 version so he said, “Don’t bother watching those”.

      So I never did particularly as the 1940 version becme my favourite film.

      Vivien Leigh herself said that Waterloo Bridge was her own personal favourite of all the films she made and not Gone With The Wind which most people thought.

      The 1940 version of Waterloo Bridge is practically unknown in the Western world except among film buffs.

      However a British newspaper columnist noted that the film is still hugely popular among young women aged 18 to 24 in mainland China.

      In fact, he said you often see groups of young female Chinese tourists asking the British on Waterloo Bridge where was the exact spot that Robert Taylor’s character first met Vivien Leigh’s character on Waterloo Bridge.

      Since most Brits have never heard of the film, they don’t know.

      But this newspaper columnist, being a film buff, if he’s walking across Waterloo Bridge and approached by young female Chinese tourists, he’s able to direct them to the spot.

      • Jessica said,

        Lucky tourist πŸ˜€ Then I guess I’ll be searching for the 1940 version and maybe blog about it afterward… ❀
        I'll keep Waterloo Bridge in my bucket list 😁

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Looking forward to your movie review. πŸ˜€

      • Jessica said,


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