Edward Gorey is celebrated on Google's homepage with a playful doodle for what would have been his 88th birthday today.
Before there was 'Twilight' or 'True Blood,' there was Bram Stoker. Books like 'Dracula' defined the genre for a century to come.
Robert Harris, the author of 'The Ghost,' discusses his new financial page-turner "The Fear Index" and his predilection for writing about ancient Rome.
Vlad the Impaler, otherwise known as Dracula, is an ancestor of Prince Charles. No this isn't a Halloween trick.
Watson on Jeopardy: After a shaky start, the IBM computer won against two of Jeopardy's best contestants. Having Watson on Jeopardy may have been an interesting challenge for IBM, but what will come of it?
Vampire tales have been told for centuries, and this summer Hollywood is launching 'True Blood' and 'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.' Why does the iconic figure never seem to fall out of favor?