World Dracula Day is an annual observance and is held on May 26th of each year. Dracula is one of the most iconic monsters known to man. Count Dracula has been found to be a very big success as it has sparked in many movies and stories. It is this iconic vampire that has made people feel scarier as with his acts, and it has been honored with its own Day of celebration throughout the world. World Dracula Day celebrates and appreciates all the contributions Dracula has so far given to the cinema and literature, the most prominent of entertainment.
“No man knows till he experiences it, what it is like to feel his own life-blood drawn away into the woman he loves.” – Bram Stoker
History of World Dracula Day
World Dracula Day’s history and origin are anonymous. The creator and the year from when on this celebration Day is in existence is also unclear. However, it might be someone who got so much of love for the Dracula stories would have come up with such an observance. The concept of vampirism can be traced back to thousands of years ago. So many stories have been found to be associated with this frightening character called Dracula in several books.
There were many records found about the Draculas and blood-sucking vampires throughout the history. These characters have even brought hair-raising and extremely alarming situations for those who have either listen to the stories of Dracula or watch those movies.
Other Celebrations on May 26
May 26 is also celebrated as
- National Paper Airplane Day
- World Lindy Hop Day
- National Blueberry Cheesecake Day
- National Senior Health & Fitness Day
How to Celebrate World Dracula Day
Celebrating World Dracula Day is very simple and easy. Canopy yourself under a Dracula dress and brighten up people around you to enjoy this Day with funny. Organize a Dracula themed party and invite all your family and friends to come dressed up like vampires and join the celebration. Serve food items in the color of red for the complete entertainment. You can share your Dracula Day celebration photos along with your Dracula canopy on social media using the hashtag #DraculaDay.
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