Despite the many Gothic links in the sidebar, I'm not really a Gothic literature person, except insofar as the genre contributes both to the historical novel and to anti-Catholic propaganda. But I somehow wandered into Melinda Hayes' Vampire Resource Page, which has more vampire information than you can shake a clove of garlic at. Check out the massive bibliography devoted to Continental vampire literatures. For Bram Stoker, there's Dracula's Home Page--probably the king of serious Dracula sites. The Lord Ruthven Pages reprint John Polidori's and Lord Byron's vampire tales; here's a popular drama based on Polidori's work. While J. S. LeFanu doesn't seem to be doing very well on the home page front, Literary Gothic has some useful pointers, including links to a slew of e-texts. If you want to travel a bit further down the literary food chain, the University of Virginia has kindly digitized Thomas Prest's (in)famous Varney the Vampire.