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* {{Defictionalization}}: There have been several recipes for Robber Steak printed on the Internet; Dracula-themed restaurants around Transylvania even have them on their menus.
* MissingEpisode: An early chapter of the novel, concerning an unnamed Englishman's (whom most assume to be Jonathan Harker [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute with the numbers sanded off]]) run in with a vampiress in Munich while on his way to Transylvania on business, was removed from the original manuscript by the publisher. Two years after Stoker's death, it was released as the short story "Dracula's Guest".
* ScienceMarchesOn:
** When Van Helsing realizes that Lucy is anaemic because her blood is being drained by Dracula, he orders that her three suitors give her blood transfusions to save her life. Transfusions were performed during this time period, but blood types had yet to be discovered. Depending on the blood-types of the parties involved, Lucy's transfusions could have been fatal in their own right. In the story, they are only unsuccessful because Dracula keeps preying on her.
** Dracula's appearance is compiled based on Victorian ideas of physiognomy, which hold that criminals are racially degenerate and atavistically regressive. Dracula's features in particular paint him as a thug and sexual deviant. All of these principles have since been thoroughly discredited.
* WorkingTitle: Originally ''The Dead Un-dead'', which became just ''The Un-dead'', then ''Count [[MeaningfulName Wampyr]]'', before Stoker happened upon a book of Wallachian history and fell in love with the name "Dracula."
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: According to Stoker's notes, Dracula's castle could have become a CollapsingLair when [[LoadBearingBoss Dracula was killed]]. Ironiclly the Castlevania games would run with the idea decades later.

[[folder:Trivia for 2013 TV series:]]
* FakeNationality: Creator/JonathanRhysMeyers plays a Romanian ([[{{Fauxreigner}} playing an American]]) while KatieMcGrath and Victoria Smurfit play British characters. All three are Irish in real life.
* HeyItsThatGuy:
** [[Series/TheTudors King Henry VIII]] is Dracula.
** [[Series/{{Merlin}} Morgana]] is Lucy Westenra.
** [[Series/GameOfThrones Xaro Xoan Daxos]] is R.M. Renfield.
** [[Film/BladeII Elder Damaskinos]], in a bit of a casting gag, is Van Helsing.
** [[{{Coupling}} Patrick Maitland]] is Lord Browning.