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posted on Feb, 14 2010 @ 08:58 AM
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Originally posted by XFoxMulderX
Well, for the past three weeks my neighbors have been staying indoors all day, but when the sun goes down, they come outside. If that isn't strange enough, it is usually around 20 degrees F during the time they are out there. I don't think they're vampires, but they are definitley up to something, considering they're on welfare but they drive around in a Cadallac Escalade SUV


My friend, I think you will find they are drug dealers, or involved in criminal activity.

1. Staying indoors during the day so they are not visible to the police force, maybe a big operation has just gone down and they want to keep low, 3 days seems about right.
2. The fact that its 20 degrees maybe be an indication that because of a drug habit they find any higher temperature unbearable, Drug overdose can affect they body in this way.
3. Cadillac is a strong sign of having a large amount of expendable cash, drug dealers or criminals barely ever bank their money so just invest it or spend it on physical items.




posted on Feb, 14 2010 @ 06:46 PM
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I wonder if someone actually went out to 'vampire' clubs, events, festivals, meet ups... All the things for vampire fans and all that, I wonder if they would actually meet one.

The lady reporter that went missing after searching for vampires is always mentioned, but someone that wasn't a reporter... if that happened again, a person going out completely determined to find a real vampire... I wonder if they would go missing too.

We can all sit here and share countless stories... but in the end, I don't think it's REALLY satisfying to anyone if they can't find their own vampire, so to speak...

If you go looking for something, you'll find it. If you want to meet aliens, you'll get abducted, if you carry a knife for protection, you'll meet someone to use it against. I've actually, never wanted to meet a vampire, not one that eats blood. Cannibals scare the everything out of me. So, I think I've never met an actual vampire.



posted on Feb, 19 2010 @ 11:39 PM
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i don't believe that every vampire is constantly trying to drink the blood of every person they come across. people own cats, dogs, reptiles, amphibians, fish that do not live as long as the pet owner. and people eat livestock. as for vampires when we starve we feed. when friendship is sought after we find our own kind or find a human that has such genuine character that we feel human for however long we know them. does their death afflict us? yes it does. just as it affects humans when their best friend (pun intended) perishes. humans are only alive for less than a century (sometimes a century) so when the unaware forwardly social person just seems too cute and cuddly to feed off of, we don't mind company sometimes. but sometimes i like to find an extra crazy ferral human being who robs people for their wares. when i'm hungry i just go down one of my favorite streets. i have my mp3 filled with my favorite "dinner music" one might say



posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 01:35 AM
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reply to post by RedTeam1There are indeed "real" vampires, however they're not all vicious blood suckers.
The bloodline of Cain lost power with each new generation, so those left today would be like 1/40th the power Cain was, with a very small bloodlust, to the point it would be more of a fetish.
 

Interesting. How did Cain's descendents survive the flood?



[edit on 20/2/2010 by christianpatrick]



posted on Mar, 8 2010 @ 02:31 PM
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You have to be kidding me with this post....Bloodline of Cain?
The Vampires we know as such today are a mixture of "Vampyres", [referred to as winged demons in western mythlogy] and the so-called "Strigoi" [would be considered a typical zombie].

Vampyres, similar to the famous Succubus or Succbi was depicted as a female Demon with wings, wo was encountered around Places many people died at.

The Strigoi are what is now known as romanian Folklore on Vampires.
They are said to be people falsely sentenced to death, which after being buried rose from the dead. Although only about half of the romanian tales claim the strigoi to be evil, the mainstream belief has not been influenced by it. In most Stories the strigoi actually come back to visit their relatives, and in very rare cases they warn them of future events.
Up to this day, many small romanian villages have men driving a stake through the heart of every corpse before buriing it, to prevent it from coming back as a strigoi.
So Tell me, which of both would you include your "bloodline of Cain" in?
What next? the Potatoehead Bloodline?



Wake up people! they don't exist, no matter what types of them you make up. There are a lot of people here on ATS claiming to be the most unimaginable types of vampires.

I'll will give everysingle one of you people this one chance to prove you claims.
Write me a U2U and I will give u my email, take a clear HD Picture depicting what exactly makes you a vampire, rather than a human, and send me the thing. I won't go public with it, I just can't stand all these little Emo's claiming to be some "elemental vampire" or crap like that. Weirdly every type of vampire spoken of by these people are some aspect of videogames...
And All of you douchebags that wanna start excuses on why you can't do it... dont even try to explain there's no point because you are lying.
Either you are a vamp. and you can and would prove it to make a point, or you just run your flaps, thinking that you can sell a story to the world that only proves how ignorant and immature you are

[edit on 8/3/2010 by Pakd-on-mystery]



posted on Mar, 18 2010 @ 10:25 PM
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Amen, to that!
I'm pretty sick of people claiming to be vampires, too. Especially when they have really bad spelling! You'd think a 800 year old vampire would at least have proper spelling!



posted on Mar, 18 2010 @ 11:52 PM
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Better not be any vampires around here on my watch.



posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 06:59 PM
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I have a theory. actually, I have a few.

1. way back in the day, it was scientific ignorance and lack of understanding. 'vamperism' is an illness giving the affected pale skin and light sensitivity.

2. they were 'demons' and witches created by the christian church as a way to explain their ignorance and to gain some sort of control through fear.

3. The Atlantians were looking for a way to extend their life indefinitly through technology and science. They either A. did it to themselves or B. their technology was turned against them.



posted on Mar, 30 2010 @ 04:54 AM
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Just this past weekend I was at a show in D.C. and popped into the adjoining coffee shop to the building for a bite to eat. Soon after sitting down to eat a rather frail looking girl walked in. Pale as well a corpse, rather emaciated looking but still very pretty in a non-conventional way. She sat by herself and I never saw her order anything but a glass of red wine. I found it odd because I was with my boyfriend and his two single friends and they almost ALWAYS point out a single pretty girl, but they didn't seem to notice her. Not only that but no one did it was like I was seeing an apparition. It was very strange because there were only 12 people in the whole shop. Her eyes were very very dark and if I hadn't of been stone cold sober I would think I'd imagined her.
I know it sounds silly but I do a lot of energy work and can see auras and hers was unlike any I'd ever seen.



posted on Mar, 30 2010 @ 11:30 PM
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In what way was her aura different from normal people's? Was it the color or shape or lack thereof?

[edit on 3/30/2010 by Dark Realms]



posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 10:35 AM
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I know for fact there are real vampires....My ex wife was one of them, 11 years of marriage and she damn near sucked me dry!
lucky for me I got to keep the house, the car the Harley and got custody of my son. So in a since I suppose that makes me a Vampire Slayer!



posted on Apr, 21 2010 @ 03:35 AM
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I agree with Kat & Night Dweller, I know of their views & understand both of them and their views of vampiric lifestyles, I am of the same mind, there are things that cannot be shared online. There are things being left out on purpose and yes names changed to protect privacy of not only themselves but family & friends, as well as associates. There is a very,very big "community" and looking for a vampire or vampyre is reckless and can be very dangerous, that missing reporter/journalist found that out the hard way, one in the community has eluded to her whereabouts. It's not a game to live such a life its not exactly something glamorous, why would anyone want proof of the existence of such people?.
You'd never know it but maybe... just maybe they are among you without your knowledge.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 10:12 PM
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Hi. First off I feel like it would be better if you knew that I am a teenage girl too so I somewhat understand how things can be crazy. I don't mean to sound weird but I read some of your posts, and just want to say that I hope all is going well. Don't feel sad about being vampire, believe me I would look at it as more of a blessing than a curse. Honestly, I would like nothing more than to be in your place. So dont feel sad anymore :/ I like reading what you write and hope that you are happy again, and wish you the best.



posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 07:57 PM
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Ah, Vampires...Just took my lady to see Eclipse today too...Don't judge me!


However, I will share with you the bit I've got about vampires. I Don't believe I have had any encounters with true vampires in their "Bela Lugosi" (spelling) nature. However, if you will, I have had a run in with a psychic vampire. A more famous psy-vamp is one, author, Michelle Bellanger. My buddy says he is a psychic vampire and I have been reading into the topic for some time as well. It's interesting because they suck energy from your body instead of blood. I've felt it too, unfortunately. Whether it was just my mind playing tricks on me or not, I cannot say, but it was weird. They are not particularly undead, they are not destroyed by sunlight, do not need blood to survive, etc. They do however have slightly raised abilities in energy work, and if tiredness gets the best of them they can simply draw some energy from a life force and be ok for a while. Kind of interesting stuff.

Sadly, that's all I can really share.



posted on Jul, 29 2010 @ 01:23 PM
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reply to post by morthn1waytoskinacat
 


Yes, I have heard of the Black Eye Kid's. I was curious as to if they have anything to do with vampires? They as for permission into your house, and from what I know about vampire's (which is very limited) they cannot enter your home without direct permission. Is anyone able to help me in my quires. Thanks.



posted on Jul, 29 2010 @ 05:50 PM
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or not



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 03:06 PM
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I have a very scientific way of thinking. I'm currently in the process of getting my biology degree. However, I think it's ignorant to make a statement such as 'vampires dont exist' when in pure fictional and scientific reality, there is no proof for either.
I for one, don't necessarily 'believe' in vampires, but I'd like to. And eventually one day I do plan on doing an in-depth, scientific research paper about the subject because it fascinates me.

I don't understand how so many diverse cultures all over the world, from all different time eras can have similar stories. I think that has to hold some weight to it right there.
Another thing, is when people talk about the "evidence" of vampires...let's be honest here...it's a fact that in the year 2002 alone, 797500 people were reported missing under the age of 18. That's just one specific age category. That's a little too high for me to believe these people were all murdered by humans. Maybe some were sex trafficked, some killed, some ran away. But that still a large number. If there are vampires...they def aren't going hungry.

Secondly. When I've personally approached people with this topic their first thing is "then where are all the bodies drained of blood?". It is a valid point. But also you have to look at the spectrum of how long these "supposed" beings if you will, have been around. Some of the legends are from the 15th century and earlier. Biology = ADAPTATION. That is a long time for a being or species to figure out of to go under the radar and find methods and ways of keeping there existence unknown....
Just saying...
Read all the posts, love it...will keep checking in...anyone with some great research or stories, I'd love to hear from you!



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 03:11 PM
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The Black Eyed Kids theory or stories, while completely intriguing, I don't see to have too many similarities with vampires. The whole "you have to be invited inside" vampire trait is quite new in the "vampire world" and seems to largely be of a more fictional base, creating more interesting story lines for writers.
That being said, there are so many reports of the Black Eyed Kids it is a little unsettling. I'm surprised I hadn't heard anything of the Black Eyed Kids till recently considering I am such a paranormal buff.
My personal opinion is the BTK's are of a more demonic plane than vampire.

If anyone knows of any vampire legends where their eyes were completely blackened, I'd love to read up on it!



posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 07:06 PM
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It's funny. I joined this website to find answers, to be with someone I really love, and I ended up finding the best friend I've ever had. We shared everything, went through the hardest times with each other. And during her worst time, when she was in the hospital with a coma, I was still there for her. And then I never heard from her again. I understand that she has her reasons, and that it's probably for the best, if I was turning into a danger for her, or vise versa, but if this person is reading this, I just want her to know that I still think about her everyday, and that life has been really good to me. I've been happy, finally at peace. I hope her life is turning around too. All I want is her happiness. Au dieu, mon ami



posted on Dec, 14 2010 @ 04:48 PM
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I wanted to say first of all that I’m new to this site. So if I make any mistakes I hope you all can forgive me. I came to this thread because I’ve found it increasingly more difficult to be taken seriously when talking about things like ‘Vampires’. As I was always a child who believed in the good little fairytales and laboriously shunned the darkness(I had plenty of that in reality already) I am a little skeptical of beings more powerful than the hearts and might of men. I have no doubt monsters exist. I suppose I just always reserved the right to explain them using science before I was forced to face one.

About five years ago I went out for a ‘girls night’ with two of my close friends. We fooled around at the restaurant until very late into the evening and after having thoroughly embarrassed our poor waiter into hiding, we decided it was probably best to call it a night. We laughed and stumbled our way outside, far too happy to be bothered with things like grace or dignity. But my joy was short lived for as we entered the parking lot I noticed a man out of the corner of my right eye. The first thing I remember thinking peculiar was the way he walked. I couldn’t say exactly how, but in some way he moved differently from other men. Being confident and more than a little hormonal at my young age, I turned my head to get a nice long look at this potentially attractive male coming my way. But instead of a handsome man to smile or wink at, I took in a pair of exceedingly cruel, cold black eyes framed by a head of lank white hair. Instantly regretting my decision to check him out, I looked down and was overcome by a sense of panic. A desire to run and hide washed over me and I knew there was nothing in this world that could ever convince me to look at him again. My hair fell across my face, hiding it and I was thankful because any measure of a barrier between he and I seemed a blessing and as he approached I continually fought the need to escape. An unspoken warning in my head told me to stand my ground, one that would be repeated like a mantra in the week to come. My friends looked at me strangely in concern, noticing something was amiss as I struggled to keep my face hidden from his view. Though the three of us stood close together, he pushed right through us and we moved to let him pass without complaint or comment from either of my friends. Thankful somehow that I’d been spared, I nearly ran to my car, trying in vain to keep myself calm as I sped home. I would find out days later in casual conversation from my friends that his eyes had been on me the entire encounter.

After speaking with my husband for a little while that same night, I’d been able to find some peace over the strangeness of the encounter. As he was hardly the first horrible person I’d met or been forced to share the air with, I was able to somehow file it away and move on. At least until the next evening. I had fallen asleep some time earlier and was sleeping relatively soundly from what I could tell when I suddenly awoke. On the outside of the master bedroom wall something was dragging along the stucco exactly where I lay. To my mind it sounded like nails, or a blade, almost metallic. Then the growling started, feral and strange. I‘d never heard anything like it. I felt like crying, tears already welling in my eyes, but thankfully the noise was loud enough to wake my husband who immediately looked at me in drowsy surprise and issued the canonical horror movie response of ‘What are you doing? Go to sleep…*snore*’. The noise stopped for that night, but I could hear my cat’s out by the sliding glass door that led to the backyard, hissing and mewling as though another cat were invading their territory.

Several nights passed in the same manner, with me getting less and less sleep. By the end of the week I’d become a nocturnal creature myself- staying up all night, going to work and immediately taking a nap from 3pm to 6pm when I returned home. I was getting more concerned over my sanity by the day, watching as paranoia and fear overtook me. Finally, early one morning I left for work as I always did, a full hour before sunrise. I made my husband walk me to the car those mornings, causing all manner of grumblings, but I was far too scared to care. Yet as I pulled away and toward the main road I took in a gruesome sight that very well may haunt me for the rest of my days. At the street corner was the carcass of an animal, its side completely ripped open, a five foot radius of blood and organs surrounding it. As I neared I could clearly see a trail of blood leading across the main road toward an adjacent farm, as though something had dragged it to it’s present location. There were only legs and a torso, leaving me to guess at it’s identity and it was clear from the hole in the body cavity that something had recently been feeding upon it. Once I’d regained my composure and made as much space between my car and the body as made me comfortable, I called my husband. Here I thought, was definitive proof that something predatory was stalking our neighborhood. I could hear the smile in his voice as he gently told me that yes, he had indeed seen it. But that someone had been cleaning it up when he drove past it and so all he saw was the blood and a little fur. This surprised me, since it had only really been ten minutes at the most since I’d driven past it myself and the mess had looked very fresh. How could word have gotten out that quickly in the early morning? I wasn’t aware road kill was cleared that efficiently.

I know my story doesn’t completely fit with the traditional stories of the vampire, but so far as I can tell it was the only way to explain such an odd and corresponding occurrence. Shortly after this happened both my cat’s got deathly sick with seizures and one of them passed. This coupled with the loss of one of my best friends made moving an attractive prospect. I left the house soon after and have been left relatively untroubled ever since, though I still check my locks several times every night…and have lost my ability to sleep without a light on.






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