I know there is vampires because I am one. I don't care if you believe me or not. But we are not like how Hollywood makes us look. We are not undead, we never died then came back to life. That's a huge myth. Yes, all vampires need blood, only blood I've ever had has been my own because of the fact I don't wanna ever hurt anyone just to get what I need. Some of us can go days, weeks, months, and even years without blood. And oh! We can go into the sun! See ourselves in the mirror! And even have kids! How I know is because I was born one and I found out I was a vampire at the age of 13 and its been a while since that day but when I learned vampires are here was when I was 10. There is only two types of vampires, the one turned, and the ones who was born one. Like I said I was born one. My awakening was age 13. And anything else just ask I'll try my best to answer. BYE!
There are many vampire cultures that are around the world.Maybe not all vampires are undead or have fangs but there are genuine people that love or need to drink human blood plus vampires in my opinion are a lot more realistic than most legendary creatures such as werewolves so a person that believes in werewolves rather than vampires is a little stupid to me.
Vampires, werewolves, witches, they all have the chance of being real. Just because we have never seen one in person, or even identified one out in a crowd does not necessarily mean they are just a myth of folk tale. Super natural things happen all the time, phenomenons are captured on tape that have no explanation, stories throughout the ages are told of mythical people. Can ruling out that this is possible really be an intelligent decision?
I believe in "never say never". How can we ever be 100 per cent sure that vampires are purely fictitious until we have used sonar and put up cameras that work 24/7 in every part of every place that exists?
Yes, there may well be tests that can pick up genes before a baby is born, but would they necessarily be able to pick up EVERY single gene? Also, would they really be available in an undiscovered/unexplored place?
Yes, a vampire who attacks and turns a person every week or so is a bit unrealistic, to say the least, but would they necessarily have to attack and turn that many people? Could they not be killing the people that they drink from and hiding the bodies? The vampires in the movie "Cirque du Freak" do not turn people just by drinking from them; they have to actually exchange blood with them to do this. They do not kill the people either; they just drink a bit of blood from them. The worst thing that would ever be likely to happen to one of their victims is that they end up a bit sick and have to take a few days off work, just like they might do if they had the flu. People do get sick due to unknown causes still, don't they?
The human body may not be designed to process large amounts of blood, but are vampires necessarily human? A person who cannot digest food may not be unable to digest blood as well, but who's to say that vampires necessarily cannot digest their own food? Although they still need blood in order to survive, the ones on "The Vampire Diaries" can actually digest food, if I remember correctly.
Psychic vampires are definitely real. Watch the documentary "Vampire Secrets". You can probably get it very easily on Amazon. This should give you more detail about them and about how they are definitely not fake.
Warning: “Vampire Secrets” is certainly not for anyone who is, in any way, faint-hearted or easily-scared. It has graphic depictions of what is obviously fake blood , including a few clips of someone playing Elizabeth Bathory actually bathing in it. It also features one incredibly disturbing story about a guy who brings home a beautiful woman who later dies and the body, which may have been possessed by a demon, just turns to dust. There is also one long piece of footage about how vampires are, supposedly dead bodies that rise at night. Of course, this is not necessarily true, but this is what is in the documentary. This documentary is about the only vampire-related thing that has ever truly freaked me out.
Why? Email me at: Lillithdarkwing@gmail.Com. But if you really want to know:
Last year I was bitten by a vampire and I finally turned three months ago. This is kind of unbelievable but it's true. It is really not pleasant. Most vampire stories get a lot of things wrong! Anyway email me if you have any questions.
I do because whenever i think about it i get this feeling inside me its hard to explain it but it just tells me that they are real. My goal in this life is to at least find a vampire, not someone who just thinks its funny to make up story's, this is what my life plan is. I cant explain it but something is telling me that this is my purpose in life. Once i have found a vampire i would also like to be a vampire.......
And the reason why is because there are a lot of things in this world that cannot be explained weather it comes from demons to angels gods and monsters. They can be cannabols, even mosquitos any other insect that takes blood from us. It doesn't have to be what you've seen or heard from movies to tv shows or even cartoons. They don't have to sleep In coffins they don't have to be afraid of garlic or crosses. Maybe they can see themselves in mirrors. I'm sorry for getting off topic but to me there are somethings in this world that science cant even explain. And I'm sorry for the misspelled words.
I don't have one all I know is my life sucks there no point of living a normal life it dose not seem like me so yep and plus to scare the life out of everyone,it would be fun being immortal that's my life summed up in one stupid paragraph.
I do because we never know where they could be and sense they can't come bout into the sun thats probably why we have never seen before. If you are a vampire please tell me if your real you can find me on your own. So for the creeps out their I'm skater then I may seem. So pleassssseeeee TURN ME!
I believe that are real because we never know they can't be out in the light and we don't see them. Also if that are anything like the vampires in The Vampire Dairies they can compelling is to forget that we saw them and then heal us with there blood and if they are real who is to say they are bad so if they are then I want to be one. So please if you are one turn me.
In the sense of a person being immortal and living off of blood as their sustenance, no, I do not believe in vampires. The term vampire can be used for people who emotionally drain the life from people, but as an actual being, I do not believe that vampires exist. Only qualities of such exist in animals and insects.
I do not believe in vampires. They are simply fantasy and a figure of the imagination. There isn't really much evidence to support the reality of the vampire so we have no reason to believe that they are. It goes against all science and at the end of the day is just silly.
It's 2016, and we still have people that believe in vampires? There is literally no evidence that vampires exist, but there are still people that believe in them? THIS IS WHY WE CAN'T HAVE NICE THINGS. (Also, yes, I do realize that some people who said yes were joking. But people like Rorodog scare me, because I'm pretty sure he thinks vampires might be real)
Some people believe vampires do exist but, I believe they don't exist because no one has seen it till now and any living thing cannot survive
on just drinking blood . Vampires actually are fantasy characters, the qualities we hear about vampires , exist only in animals .
Vampires are a pure work of fiction. Even if they were real, what a stupid thing to be afraid of. They can only enter your home when invited, can't go out in the sun, can't get wet, and can't be near religious icons or silver. There are so many ways to thwart this mythical creature, it's not worth occupying so much of our time in silly teen drama movies.
I don't believe in any of that mythcal stuff. The kind of vampires with fangs and cold skin and all that is all just fantasy and myths. Yes, I know there are real people who drink their own blood or some friend's (creepy), but that doesn't define a real vampire. It just defines a creep.