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Nan Flanagan Steps Down as AVL Spokeswoman

Since the first announcement that vampires had “come out of the coffin,” Nan Flanagan has served as the official face of the American Vampires League, ushering the organization through its fledgling years, launching numerous public-service campaigns, and championing vampire rights across a variety of complex political arenas. So, it is with regret that we announce her decision to resign from her position, effective immediately. “I look forward to having more time to enjoy the freedoms we’ve fought so hard for,” she wrote in a statement released by her office. “I plan to spend time with my loved ones and get used to a major shift in work-life balance.”

Reader Comments (6)

Very interesting that Flanagan didn't bother to make a video statement. Or, you know, show up. Anywhere. She's obviously been staked and the Authority is trying to cover it up, the question is…why?

August 16, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterNoFlanagan

Yep she's toast, why else get a new spokes person?

August 16, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterKelly

I love vampires… But I love Keri Anne more

August 26, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterKyleJay

She's been gone for quite some time, and randomly Newlin comes about…. Yeah okay AVL. Ok.

October 29, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Y.

Nan is so toasted or should I say staked. And randomly they pick Rev. Steve Newlin for the new spoke person even though he used to fight the AVL tooth and nail. Yeah, times are changing…..

May 18, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterSchyler C.

There are rumours that she was actually decapitated by Eric Northman, vampire sheriff of area 5 after an altercation featuring Flanagan, Northman, and the vampire king of Louisiana, Bill compton. I admit I can't positively confirm this, but she was also rumoured to have fallen out with the Vampire Authority, who are well-know for not taking opposition lightly. This is at least consistent with her very sudden disapperance.

August 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterI wonder

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