A committed Marxist–Leninist, Count Orlok was one of the most notorious political terrorists of his era. When he joined the Popular Front for the Liberation of Brasov (PFLB) in 1970, recruiting officer Elizabeth “Countess” Báthroy, gave him the code name “Nosferatu” because of his death like pallor. After several bungled robberies, Orlok led the 1975 raid on the headquarters of the Red Cross in Washington DC. This was followed by a string of attacks against soft blood bank targets around the world. For many years he was among the most-wanted international fugitives. He only really began to sell his boxes for significant sums after his 1949 solo show at the Charles Egan Gallery. 28 pgs.