So I recently saw the movie Blade: Trinity. What can I say? I like vampires, marshal arts, and beautiful women who can't act. Anyway, the vampires resurrect Dracula to help them whup on Wesley Snipes. But before Snipes and his group of vampire hunters get any real action going, there's a brief conversation about what they're up against. They say that Dracula went by many names and is much older than Vlad the Impaler, blah, blah, blah. Every vampire book/movie likes to tell you that everything you've ever read about vampires is a bunch of nonsense, except what they're telling you. Anyway, they say the Sumerians called Dracula by the name of Dagon. I thought that was a little odd. Where do you suppose the writer would get a crazy idea like that?