It's time to file your fangs, pop your collar and toss out the garlic.
Baltimore has been named the country's third-best city for vampires.
The real estate site Redfin analyzed several factors to determine which cities are best for the undead. And Baltimore, it seems, is the East Coast equivalent of Forks, Wash.
The city tops the nation for the number of homes for sale near cemeteries, according to a study released just in time for Halloween.
Add in a plethora of blood drives -- virtually all-you-can-eat buffets for vampires -- a fair amount of cloudy weather and bars that close for just four hours a day, and you've got a good place to park your coffin.
Maybe not as good as Philadelphia, which took the top spot, or Chicago, which came in at no. 2, but what may be even more interesting than these statistics is a group linked to in the press release.
The "House of Maryland by Night" is a group for "REAL Vampires, Witches, and Werewolves as well as White and Black Swans (Human Donors) and those wishing to learn from us or wanting to know more about us," according to their meetup.com page.