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Originally posted by mackblack27
HEy me again ive just read about 5 stories about these kids ...DAMN]
They approach you on your own and ask for help , talon like feet ad black eyes.
Now im probably just working myself up but my mind is going 10 to the dozen
I read a lot on the history of vampirism a while back and sorry but its nothing like buffy the vampire slayer or blade, Im trying to find the pages I have and will post them up .
Basically the main theme is the predatory nature ad physical deformities , travellers moving across eastern europe in the 18th century reported strange looking people who appeared disabled or infirm and in some cases children, would approach them and beg for help, apparrently the horses would go mad at the approach of these people which would usually incite the traveller to flee. And some stories tell of the child/invalid giving chase for a while then just stopping but never breaking eye contact with the traveller. It was said that they had a stinger under the tounge which would paralyze you while they feed on your blood . Now im not saying thats what this phenomena is but whats the most unthreatening person on the planet , for me its a child asking for help. And along with the hypnotic stare and begging an invite I thought it could be relavent.
I know its probably all folklore but reading this thread triggered those stories in me and I thought id share ... please feel free to debunk my information but to be on the safe side lets avoid the BEKs
Originally posted by Rainbowresidue
Also I cannot be a 100% sure about this but does this BEK phenomena only happen in the U.S.A. ? I have never heard or read about any similar stories happening to someone in Austria or Lebanon for example.
Originally posted by iwilliam
I often see the point raised that these must just be kids with some contact lenses. I very seriously doubt kids in most areas will be able to shell out $250 each, in groups of two, just for shennanigans.