In her discussion of technoscience, Donna Haraway draws upon the vampire to represent the ‚vectors of infection‘ that infuse current ‚bioscientific constructions of universal humanity‘.[1] The vampire provides the ideal imagery to describe the transgressions, transformations and constant renegotiations of categories that haunt the posthuman existence of the technoscientific age. And indeed, vampires have ‚the power to move between and undo borders otherwise holding identities in place‘. As Erik Butler claims: Their ‚affinity for rupture, change, and mutation‘[2] makes them posthuman creatures in more than one sense.