Amarillo Lestoat (1776—1977) was a flamboyant American vampire. He wrote a book, A Vampire's Monologue, which was intended to bore readers out of their minds and render them easier to bite. For this, he was honoured with a Chocolate Frog Card.
Behind the scenes
- The name Lestoat was likely intended to poke fun at Lestat, the main character in Anne Rice's The Vampire Lestat series.
- The name Amarillo may also be a pun on Armand, another major character from Rice's series. The word amarillo is Spanish for yellow.