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  1. Davis, Andrew Says:

    I would like your help, if this is at all possible I would really like to talk with you about your Forensic Research on Vampires and Lycanthropes. I am also contacting other people for some help, but your research is imperative to my specific cause.

    You see; I am exposing the scientific and/or medical out look on Vampirism and Lycanthropy. The different reasons as to why a person could claim to be a vampire and/or lycanthrope.

    I personally do believe in them (“Them”, being Vampires and Werewolves) but I am try to look at if Scientifically and I have look at different medical aspects such as porphyria and hypertrichosis.

    I wish to thank you for your time and I hope to hear from you soon.

    Andrew Davis
    C.Y.O.T.F.S.!! (Catch You On The Flip Side!!)

  2. indianni Says:

    You can look at my book The Science of Vampires. That’s probably all the help I can give you on the subject.


  3. Mathew Thomas Says:

    I bow in awe at your magnificent writing and presentation, Really great!

  4. indianni Says:

    Thank you. I appreciate you stopping by.


  5. Bettina DiFiore Says:

    Hello Ms. Ramsland,

    Firstly, thank you so much for your writing on what is now probably ancient history (from your perspective), namely, the McMartin Preschool case. I’m writing my mini-thesis for my history minor on the trial, and the work of yours I was able to find was very helpful to me in reconstructing that tragic and bizarre tale of rumor-panic, injustice, ruined lives–well, you know what happened.

    My purpose in leaving this note, however, is to bring to your attention a potential error on the Crime Library website–which, as I’m sure you know, contains your compelling, thorough, and incredibly well-written account of the entire fiasco. I’m 99% certain they’ve “published” the wrong name for (paranoid schizophrenic and initial accuser of Ray Buckey) Judy Johnson’s son–he’s repeatedly referred to as “Matthew,” however, every other scholarly source I’ve found refers to him as “Billy.” Specific examples include John Earl’s excellent and exhaustive article in the IPT Journal (http://www.ipt-forensics.com/journal/volume7/j7_2_1_12.htm) and transcripts of police interviews with Judy Johnson, as cited on Douglas Linder’s site (http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/mcmartin/johnsoninterview.html). I’m not sure whether this a case where “names have been changed to protect the innocent,” or a simple oversight, but I thought it was worth pointing out to you, in case your work is being misrepresented on the Crime Library site, or something else of the sort.

    Again, thank you for all of your research and insight on this case–its value to me has been beyond what words can express!

    Bettina DiFiore

  6. indianni Says:

    Thank you, but our policy was not to name the victims. In fact, some of the writers on this case did the same thing. It’s one thing to name a victim in a thesis, but quite another to do it in a public forum. So we didn’t, and won’t. I appreciate your generous comments.

  7. John Withnail Says:

    Dear Ms. Ramsland

    I just watched the Albert Fish-movie and came to think of what someone with your experience and insight could accomplish as a fiction writer. Have you ever considered a novel or something for screen or stage? Very nice homepage by the way.

  8. indianni Says:

    John, thank you. In fact, I’ve written two vampire/forensics novels, am now working on another novel, and just sold a ilot to CBS. Thank you for your comments about the page.


  9. John Withnail Says:

    Hi again and thank you for your reply.

    Though it probably would be nice, it is not my intension to start a chat-style dialog here, but there is one other thing I want to ask you:

    I noticed that you were also doing research on ghosts and since I`ve previously tried ghostbusting for documentary purposes myself over here (Oslo, Norway), I wanted to ask if you are familiar with the haunted Clapham forest in England?

    I first read about it in the early 90`s and after making phonecontact with a local journalist in the Sussex area back then I was strongly advised against wisiting the place or dig further into it. Beeing only 19 years old at the time I got rather spooked both by the phoneconversation and the fact that the place was linked to both ghost- and ritual/satanic activity and therefore dropped further studies on Clapham for several years.

    When the internet came along I found that the place was also linked to alien abductions and what not and the whole thing started to seem a bit over the top as far as paranormal activity goes. And in these days of endless access to whatever information, it is almost impossible to regognize a decent secondary source from a bogus one (at least on topics like this) so I was hoping you might have heard something about this place and if so tip me off on reliable sources or whatever info you might have heard about it.

    It isn`t every day I come across an expert on the subject so I hope you can help me out.

    Best wishes

    John W.

  10. Katherine Says:


    I’ve been to Oslo – lovely place – and am now on my way to Ireland. Every country has spooky places, but if anyone ever warned me against researching a place, I’d be there in a heartbeat. Typically, those stories don’t come to fruition. Never had anything hurt me. But then, I’m IndiAnnie Jones.

  11. Corvis Nocturnum Says:

    Dear Ms. Ramsland,

    Your work several books and other writers inspired me to become a author and researcher into subcultures, occultism, and related subjects.

    I would love to have a conversation with you at some point in the near future on vampirism over the ages and human sexuality, specificaly our attraction to them. My work on Embracing the Darkness; Understanding Dark Subcultures only touched the surface on Vampires as a subset in the overall scope, but has lead me to look deeper.

    Any commentary you might have on my next release next fall would be deeply appreciated, should you be interested in taking a look, please email me.

    Deepest regards,


  12. Donna Says:

    I respect and am impressed by your work and achievements.
    I am intersted in criminal profiling but I don’t think normally. I have a highly analytical mind and love to collect information esp on social deviants/criminals. For the last 3+ years, I’ve been obsessively studying the psychology and bios of serial killers, rapists, pedophiles and large scale embezzlers using an ‘abnormal’ technique. I would like to get a degree in profiling but don’t know where to start. I’m 39, live on my own, pay the bills with a service job and didn’t finish my degree in Nursing because I took a job in management at my company. What should be my first step? Westwood College? I tried to find a phone number to call you and ask or an email addy to send to but this seems to be the best place to ask.
    I appreciate any help you could give.
    Thank you

  13. indianni Says:

    Thanks, Donna. If you want to be a profiler, you must either join the FBI or get a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and then consult with police departments. So, look into programs near you that can get you a more advanced degree in the clinical field.

  14. Donna Says:

    Thank you. I’ll get the clinical psychology degree.

  15. Truman Mitchell Says:


    My name is Truman Mitchell. Since I don’t know you, and you don’t know me, I guess the best way to start is to say hello.

    I reckon the second thing is to tell you why I am writing.I saw you on the Discovery Channel. I enjoyed your comments on Gary Ridgeway and CharlesWhitman. You are also a pretty woman. I wanted to ask you about the Black Dahlia case. I didn’t know how else to contact you. I ask you don’t reply to these comments on this website.



  16. indianni Says:

    Hello Truman:

    Thanks for the compliment, but I’m not sure what you mean by me not commenting on this site. If you want me to erase your note, just say so.
    My research on the Black Dahlia is in John Douglas’s book, The Cases that Haunt Us. That’s about all I have on the subject.

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