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Files of Karl Vincent #1 How President Lyndon Johnson became a vampire

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This is the origin story of how Lyndon Johnson became a vampire. A viet-nam soldier, Johnny Carradine, was turned into a vampire by a setite vampire during battle (for more information see Karl Vincent: Vampire Hunter #2) He blames Johson for the attack even though he wasn't drafted but signed up voluntarily.

Carradine visits the LBJ ranch in January, 1973 where he meets up with the President and turns him into a vampire.

Professor Abrontius and his assistant, Alfred, discover clues that lead them to believe that Johnson didn't die of a heart attack but was turned into a vampire, they wish to avenge his death by destroying the creature that was once Johnny Carradine. Will they succeed? read on to find out.

Lyndon Johnson will be played by actor David Raizor in Last Rites: The Return of Sebastian Vasilis, production stlls in the back of this issue.


 
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This title was added to our catalog on December 20, 2016.
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