Paper Flower Consortium's historian, Loretta Fabron Onfoy, describes false and true weakness myths of the vampire. The sun can kill a vampire, but not instantly, crosses and other religious relics hold no power of the vampire, but coffins and earth are a necessity. Then she reads from the journal of Jakub Banquier and how he and Lady Agata learn about the sleep of the dead plus a little hint about how hard it actually is to kill a vampire in 1512.
Written and Performed by Elizabeth Guizzetti
For more information or to ask Lady Loretta a question: please visit https://www.elizabethguizzetti.com/paperflowerconsortium or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to know more about Jakub and Agata in the early 16th century the story of their rebirths is told in Honor Among Vampires and their journey to France is described in Chivalry Among Vampires.
Opening and Closing music: Loretta by Evan Witt. Learn More at www.wittynotes.com
Other Sound Effects:
Drone - 010 by JarredGibb | License: Creative Commons 0
Moaning of the Dead, A.wav by InspectorJ | License: Attribution (www.jshaw.co.uk)