Copyright 2010 by: Drac Von Stoller
It all began around the 15th century when a man by the name of Henry Von Schmidt's obsession for grave robbing got out of control. Henry stumbled onto a grave with a pentagram etched into the tombstone and noticed writing on the tombstone.
It read: "Whosoever desecrates Richard Valence III's final resting place will surely die!!" Henry laughed it off, "Hogwash! Some children probably wrote those words and made up a story so the townspeople would think the cemetery was haunted. They probably thought it would give them some kind of entertainment since there wasn't much excitement in this little town called 'Vampinstein.'
“Legend has it
that the town's name was changed to Vampinstein after an experiment
went very wrong by a mad doctor called Dr. Lufenstein. According to
one of the old townspeople, Dr. Lufenstein's experiments survived the
fire. They were supposedly kept hidden in the home of a prominent
Freemason and later passed down to a grand mason, to be locked in a
vault in some unknown location. It is said that Dr. Lufenstein wanted
to make a Vampire/Frankenstein-being with super human strength that
would do whatever he commanded. He would call this being
Henry had no idea what the ramifications of the desecration of Richard Valence III's grave would bring him. It was too late to turn back now. Henry had already dug up the grave, stole the jewels that were on the skeletal remains, and, as Henry always did, went to leave his mark by decapitating the remains with his shovel.