For information on vampires, see Vampire. For information on dhampirs, see Dhampir. For a list of vampires in fiction, see List of fictional vampires. For a list of dhampirs in fiction, see List of fictional dhampirs.

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This list covers the many types of vampires or vampire-like legendary creatures of global folklore and mythology. It does not include any vampire that originates in a work of fiction.

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  • Talamaur – Australia
  • Thayé - Burma with the spelling variation
    • Tasei
  • Tlahuelpuchi – Mexico with the following spelling variation
    • Tlaciques

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References[edit | edit source]

  • An Encyclopaedia of Occultism by Lewis Spence 1960 University Books Inc. New Hyde Park, New York
  • The Vampire Watchers Handbook by "Constantine Gregory" and Craig Glenday, 2003 St. Martin's Press New York New York, pages 62–63
  • Mysteries of Mind Space and Time, The Unexplained series 1992 Orbis Publishing Limited, Westport, Connecticut, Pages 150–151,
  • A World of Vampires, documentary special, from the Two-Disk Special Edition Lost Boys DVD
  • The Vampire Book by J. Gordon Melton
  • The Vampire Encyclopedia by Matthew Bunson
  • Vampire Universe by Johnathan Maberry
  • Vampires by Leonard R.N. Ashley
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