Vampires are the beings who live on blood. Correct?
We have all heard and seen stories of vampires, but the question is, do we really believe in them? Do we really think that one of us can become a vampire or have we seen a vampire existing/hiding amongst us?
Well, I have never seen a Dracula though, but here is something which can make us believe in them.
His profile sounds okay, right? No? What difference did you notice? The word "Darkness" in the name or "Vlad Tepes" is similar to Romanian prince Vlad Tepes. So, what is unusual about him?
He said: "I went to the pub with two mates and a lad piped up and asked if I was abused as a child when I was young because of the way I look."
"I felt so ashamed and embarrassed that I would get asked such a personal question based on my choice of lifestyle. One day I found them again, and they initiated me into their coven, and I have been a vampire ever since.''
For those who don't know, vampires are allergic to garlic because of their powerful sweet smell and vampiric skin is highly sensitive to UV rays, becoming badly burned and blistered within minutes.
He also said: "The coffin is purely a choice option to being a vampire, it's one that I do because it feels right and I am happy to stand by my choice."
"I might be a vampire but I just want to be treated like everyone else.
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