65 Best Vampire Names to Use for a Truly Spooky Halloween

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Of all fictional, slightly spooky creatures, there seems to be something about vampires that really piques society's curiosity. Skeptical? Just think of how often they appear in pop culture. Despite being pretty scary as a concept, there are countless famous vampires in films, books, and television. To name a few: Edward Cullen, the whole cast of True Blood, Tom Cruise in Interview With A Vampire. The list goes on and on, and it's pretty clear to see just how fascinated society is with vampires.

Despite the fact that an undead person who drinks the blood of humans is, well, a little less than comforting as a concept, vampire stories and myths have existed for centuries and they're not going anywhere anytime soon. The fascination with the fictional creatures and the tales will likely always exist, especially when Halloween rolls around. While there are a lot of scary stories surrounding vampires, there is one thing that's pretty cool about them: Their names.

If you're looking for some vampire name inspiration, here are 65 vampire names for you to fang-girl over.

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Photo credit: IMDb

Famous Vampire Names

There are quite a few famous vampires in literature and film.

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Photo credit: mattjeacock - Getty Images

Male Vampire Names

There are quite a few spooky-sounding male vampire names that sound like they'd fit right in in Transylvania. Really, though, anything can be a vampire name if you get a little creative (just look at Twilight).

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Photo credit: knape - Getty Images

Female Vampire Names

All of these names are fit for a vampire bride or queen.

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