The 10 Strangest Draculas in Pop Culture [VIDEOS]
Few monsters have appeared more on TV and film than Dracula. The character, who first appeared in Bram Stoker’s novel way back in 1867, has long lapsed into the public domain. Thus, pretty much anyone can do whatever they want with The Count.
Dracula’s most iconic portrayals came from legendary film actors like Max Shrek, Bela Lugosi and Christopher Lee. However, being public domain has allowed for some interpretations that are a little bit strange. Not always bad, mind you, just odd. If you’re a true fan of the Dracula mythos, you should know about the 10 strangest Draculas in pop culture.