Did Edgar Allan Poe have vampires in his stories?
Not in the traditional sense of the term, but a few of his stories did feature vampiric overtones. These include "Berenice" (1835), "Ligeia" (1838), "The Fall of the House of Usher" (1839) and "The Oval Portrait" (1842).
A few of these are collected in the anthology, Dead Brides: Vampire Tales (1999).
Manly Wade Wellman featured Poe as a character in his short vampire story, "When It Was Moonlight" (1940).