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Count Eggbert - Halloween Party Experiment

Vampires are a ghastly addition to any Halloween party. Their sharp fangs and pale skin make them easy to recognize and even easier to fear. These blood sucking creatures, once humans, are one of the most popular yet daunting symbols for Halloween.

As creatures of the night, vampires tend to function best during the darker hours. That is probably why our vampire, Count Eggbert is always so tired during the day. After a long night of gruesome, blood sucking activities, Count Eggbert is beyond exhausted. He is so tired, that he cannot even muster up the energy to climb inside of his coffin for a nap.

During this experiment the audience will help come up with ways to get Count Eggbert into his chilling, hallow coffin. With the help of the audience and a little science, Count Eggbert will be on his way to a peaceful night’s (or day’s in this case) rest.

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Vampire Myths and Legends

    • Vampires survive on blood (animal or human).
    • Vampires have fangs rather than teeth.
    • Vampires sleep in coffins.
    • Dracula is the “original” vampire
    • Sunlight is a vampire’s weakness.
    • Vampires attempt to turn humans into vampires by biting them on the neck.
    • Vampires are immortal creatures who cannot die.

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