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Vampires are big business, especially for the film industry. But it all started in a small village in Romania, where Bram Stoker located his character Dracula, in 1897. Laurentiu Colintineanu reports from Bran, in Transylvania, on a community that keeps its vampire legend close to the heart of its economy.

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