Top 10 Fictional Characters/People in Scholastic's Vampires, Werewolves & ZombiesAragorn98 Title says it all. These are the top 10 fictional characters/people featured in Scholastic's Vampires, Werewolves & Zombies by Lisa Regan, Mike Taylor, and Tom Connell.
Note: It should be noted that real-life killers like Elizabeth Bathory and Vlad Tepes were actually featured in this book (that's why I have 'people' in the title of this list). I don't encourage that you include real people in a book filled with fictional characters because they as real people should be treated like real history and not fiction.
I'm also not gonna include the Infected from I Am Legend on here because even though they're in the book, they're not zombies. They're people who suffered a horrible fate due to a disease.
The Top Ten
The titular character of a vampire story that actually predates Bram Stoker's Dracula novel. The first real European vampire novel that's ever been released. - Aragorn98
Just like Elizabeth Bathory, adding him was stupid as well cause he was a REAL GUY! I bet they only added him cause he was the inspiration for Count Dracula. - Aragorn98
Adding her was completely stupid cause she's not a vampire. She was a real person. She may've been monstrous but she wasn't an actual monster. - Aragorn98
This one is also rumored to have existed. No one really knows what creature it was though. - Aragorn98
Why they included him I will never know... - Aragorn98
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2. Lestat de Lioncourt (Interview with the Vampire)
3. Carmilla (Carmilla)