Prague Victor Frankenstein's Monster travels to Prague, hoping to find
Poland Birth of Count Inre Wolfstein to Countess Wolfenstein and the
drifter known as Andreas.**
Hamburg Victor Saville is born; he is the son of Victor Frankenstein I
and the unnamed tavern girl. He is found in Hamburg by Captain Robert
Walton and raised in London by the Captain's sister, Margaret Saville.***
Geneva Birth of Aloysius Henry Victor Frankenstein to Carlos
Frankenstein by local noblewoman Karenina Ward. A distant relative of
Victor Frankenstein I who was of Mexican birth, Carlos returned to his
family's native land for his medical education, since he displayed obvious
signs of his lineage's notorious genius in the biological sciences, courtesy
of the main branch of the Frankenstein clan's generous financial support.
Nevertheless, once his family name was severely besmirched by the work
of Victor--work that the less than scrupulous Carlos was fascinated with--
Carlos would leave his Swiss wife and young son behind to return to his
native Mexico, later adding to his lineage's infamy there with his own
* See file The Frankenstein/Dracula War by agents Roy Thomas,
Jean-Marc Lofficier, Claude St. Aubin, Allen Nunis, and Armando Gil.
** See Prof. Dennis Power's article series Hyde And Hair for more on
*** See file The Cross Of Frankenstein by Robert J. Myers.
Germany Ernest Frankenstein leaves Geneva and founds the village of
On the hills overlooking this village, Castle Frankenstein is built.
* Ernest reclaimed the family title.
Transylvania A Chinese wizard named Kah travels to Castle Dracula to
seek Dracula-Prime's help in reviving The 7 Golden Vampires.
Dracula-Prime turns him into a soul-clone, places the Star Stone ring on
his finger, and sends him to China, where he takes his rule over the
vampires indigenous to that region of Asia.*
* See file THE LEGEND OF THE 7 GOLDEN VAMPIRES (a.k.a., THE 7
Transylvania Seeking to create a soul-clone to rule Africa,
Dracula-Prime welcomes Prince Mamuwalde to his castle. Prince
Mamuwalde has come seeking aid to end the slave trade.
Dracula-Prime finds Mamuwalde's will to be too strong for his purposes,
Blacula, and entombing him in Castle Dracula.
London Victor Saville is told of his Frankenstein heritage, shortly
before he attends Eton.
Victor Frankenstein I's Monster emerges from the Earth's core, to the
Transylvania Dracula-Prime, seeking to create human progeny,
Dracula-Lejos searches until he encounters Maleva Blasko, the
There is possibility that Maleva is connected with the immortal Ayesha,
notebook detailing the secrets of life and death, encounters and foils the
plans of Victor I's Monster.
However, in the end the Monster escapes with the notebook, and
Saville's fiancee', Felicia, dies in this conflict.*
* See file The Cross of Frankenstein by Robert J. Myers.
Birth of Abraham Van Helsing, known variously as Herr Doktor Van
New York, USA Victor Saville, who for various reasons was now going
* From this point on we shall refer to him as Victor II, as does Prof. Mark
Transylvania Birth of Ygor to Dracula-Lejos and Maleva.
Since Ygor was the first product of the mating between a soul-clone and a
human, the child was born with the deformity known as a hunchback.
Dracula took measures to assure that this would not happen in future
Ygor's malformed appearance does, however, inspire Dracula to make his
Paris The original Frankenstein Monster accosts author Victor Hugo,
wanting the writer to introduce him to Quasimodo, a.k.a., the Hunchback
of Notre-Dame, whom Hugo wrote a book about.
Since Hugo noted that Quasimodo lived hundreds of years ago,
according to the notes he acquired to write the book, the Monster
consulted mystical aid from the sorcerer/alchemist Dr. Faustus, who had
been given his tremendous level of power due to a deal with the demon
lord Mephistopheles, a.k.a., Mephisto.
Faustus sent the Monster back to Quasimodo's native time period,
where he not only encountered the Hunchback, but also Dracula-Prime,
who had evidently also traveled to Paris in at least one alternate timeline
branching off from this one shortly after first becoming a vampire to make
a deal with Quasimodo: He would revive his beloved Esmeralda as a
vampire if the Hunchback became one of his servants for life.
Mistaking the presence of his old enemy as an attack on Quasimodo, the
Monster battled the Vampire Lord, with the result being that the plans of
all three beings were ruined, and the Monster was soon restored to
his own time period.*
* See the file entitled "The Passion of Frankenstein" by agent Frank J.
Morlock, published in the tome Frankenstein Meets the Hunchback of
A few years after this, author Alexandre Dumas had a self-induced psychic
vision--at Victor Hugo's request--where he saw the second of at least two
entirely different outcomes of the extratemporal factors surrounding the
Frankenstein Monster's arrival in Quasimodo's time period and presence:
one in which the Monster never appeared and Dracula-Prime succeeded in
reviving Esmeralda as promised; and a divergent past where the Monster
did indeed arrive as mentioned above, thus causing the ruination of the
plans that all three monstrous beings had.
The viewing of two separate pasts underscores the divergence
caused by the extratemporal arrival of the Monster. Hence, it's possible
that both of Dumas' visions observed an alternate, divergent timeline,
either or neither of which may be the "actual" past of Quasimodo following
the death of Esmeralda as it occurred in the "mainstream" past.
Llanwelly, Wales Birth of Lawrence Milo Talbot to Sir Martin and
Lawrence Milo Talbot
Birth of Abraham Van Helsing's brother, Hendrik Van Helsing, author of
Birth of Alphonse Victor to Baron William Frankenstein and Madeleine
Llanwelly, Wales Upon the death of Sir Martin Talbot, his son
Lawrence Milo Talbot is raised by his uncle, Peter Talbot.
Birth of Victor III to Victor II and Constance Frankenstein.