There was undoubtedly something, long and black, bending over the half-reclining white figure. I called in fright, "Lucy! Lucy!" and something raised a head, and from where I was I could see a white face and red, gleaming eyes.

– Bram Stoker

Dracula, Chapter 8. Mina follows the sleepwalking Lucy out of the house to the cemetery, where she sees the nightgowned Lucy half-reclined over a tombstone with the shadowy figure of Dracula bending over her. The sexual implications here are pretty obvious, with Dracula’s attack on Lucy very much in the nature of a sexual assault.