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Buffy The Vampire Slayer in Weston

19:00 10 November 2010

Nick Goff from the North  Somerset Museum with the  Buffy the Vampire Exhibition.

Nick Goff from the North Somerset Museum with the Buffy the Vampire Exhibition.

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A TELEVISION series based on a vampire-slaying beauty was the inspiration for the latest collection at North Somerset Museum.

Nick Goff from the North  Somerset Museum with the  Buffy the Vampire Exhibition.

Tyler Maynard, from Weston, has been collecting the memorabilia from an American television series that ran for six years until 2003.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer followed Buffy Summers (Sarah Michelle Gellar), the latest in a line of young women known as vampire slayers.

Tyler has collected images of Buffy on mugs, puzzles, books and lots of other items, which will be on display at the Burlington Street attraction in Weston, until December 11.

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