Think vampires are all the same? Think again! Vampires come in more flavors than Baskin-Robbins ice cream. So, this special DotW feature, Vampires we know and love, spotlights different kinds of bloodsucking fiends from around the world.
Don’t confuse this with an incubus, that’s a different thing entirely.
The incus is not only one of the three smallest bones in your body, a hammer-shaped guy in your ear, but also a Vietnamese vampire. It grows antennae out of its nose that it uses to suck your blood.
- Rosemary Guiley, Encyclopedia of Vampires, Werewolves, and Other Monsters, Checkmark Books, 2005