How did they die?
1880s vampire panic swept New England
In 1990 in a small Connecticut town, some kids playing in a gravel mine discovered the remains of an old cemetery. Archaeologists were called in to excavate, catalog, and move the remains. Most of the bodies which had been buried in the cemetery were what you would expect, until the archaeologists went to work on a coffin named Burial Number 4.
Does he realize how badly his fans feel burned?
Many fans of the freaky and paranormal got their start in the 1980s and 1990s listening to Art Bell's "Coast to Coast" show on AM radio. Art's show was a blockbuster hit, a ratings juggernaut, and a perfect way for radio stations to fill those otherwise-difficult overnight slots. The sheer ubiquity of Art Bell meant that his fan base was enormous.