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rave phillaphia:
yeah but even then, it could have been forwarded to him later....er lol nevermind

confused_mystery:
hehe then tell hilm X) or unless if the search is already over with XD..is it ?

Angelus:
My ears were burning. Someone talking about me? lol.

Iris:
Wouldn't a show about modern vampires be better on Sy Fy network?
Or HBO? HBO did an incredible documentary on Lilydale which came out pretty fantastic. I can't see anything vampire related on the same network that broadcasts Jersey Shore...

Loki:
Got not follow-up but here is another one .... from National Geographic. Read from bottom to top

From: Emily Potts
To: Loki
Sent: Monday, September 20, 2010 9:10 AM
Subject: Re: National Geographic Documentary


Hi Loki,

I apologise for my very slow response. But I wanted to say thank you for your email and though I spoke with a number of people involved in the Vampyre scene, unfortunately we didnt continue with the producing of this story.

All the best,
Emily

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Emily Potts | Researcher
National Geographic




On 16/7/10 6:50 AM, "Loki" <loki@monstrous.com> wrote:


Hi Emily,
 
I had an interest in the Vampyre scene a decade ago but no longer for various reasons ... I suggest that you contact vampirefreaks.com or similar site or go to NYC to some club when there is a party.
You can also live a message on our forum as some of our members might be interested. But remember it is a shallow subject and there are some myths that deserve better attention.
 
Good luck,
 
Loki
.
 
 
 
 
 
----- Original Message -----


From:  Emily <mailto:emily_potts@beyond.com.au> 
 
To: library.guardian@gmail.com
 
Sent: Wednesday, July 14, 2010 3:36  PM
 
Subject: National Geographic  Documentary
 

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Hello -

My name is Emily Potts and I’m a researcher for a TV  production company called Beyond Productions based in Sydney, Australia.  Beyond Productions specializes in factual and documentary style programs for  both Australian and US networks. One such program that you may have heard of  is the highly successful show ‘Mythbusters’, which we produce for  Discovery USA. Another program that we have been producing over the last four  years is a series for the National Geographic Channel called  TABOO.

Taboo is a long running, prime-time, anthropological series  which explores varying rites, rituals, celebrations and lifestyles from across  different cultures around the world; lifestyles which are often considered  taboo for a majority of people. For example, in our last series we explored  the notion of obesity - can it be accepted, and can it be beautiful? 

By presenting real stories interspersed with interviews from leading  authorities in the field, we aim to demystify the taboos, shine light on human  behavior and hopefully encourage a better understanding and acceptance for  those living outside what is perceived ‘the norm’.

I am currently  looking at potential stories for the new series, and one that we are  interested in exploring is a story on Vampyres. I have done some research on  Vampyres (this site helping me enormously!) and so I was wondering if I might  be able to speak to someone from the website who is involved in the Vampyre  Lifestyle. Or if you are able to suggest how I might go about getting in  contact with a Vampyre? It's my hope to find someone who is able to speak with  me about what it means to be a Vampyre so I am able to shape a story that best  represents the community at large.

I look forward to hearing from  you.

Many thanks.
Emily Potts

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