Helen of Troy: Vampire
© 2013, catt dahman
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Thank you, Nic, for keeping my interest in mythology alive and well.
There are various accounts of the Trojan War, and some claim it is a myth within itself. I have taken all the stories I have ever heard and/or was ever taught and tried to form a chronological order. This is the story of Helen (of Sparta and of Troy) and her life, and in this, she is not only the most beautiful woman on earth, but she is a succubus and vampire as well because that fit perfectly. The story of Helen is the vehicle and ties it all together, but this is also the story of the many Greek myths, heroes, gods, goddesses, and monsters.