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"Vampires are not monsters as such, they are more beautiful than the average persons, and they are immortal. It's a dark ideal of mankind. Today they are more like rock stars," Latina said.
The only problem in this thriving vampire environment, Latina says, is that New York has become too clean and law-abiding over the last decade.
The best scene, he says, is in Philadelphia now. "New York is too safe now for vampires."
Sociology professor Robert Thomson, who teaches at University of Syracuse in upstate New York, said "the vampire culture has been around for a long time, long before 'Twilight' and 'True Blood.'"
She loves the taste of blood, hates the sun, and, if you ask, will tell you she died in a train accident back in 1892: meet Seregon O'Dalley, a would-be vampire living in New Jersey....
Joaquin Latina, who claims to be 2,744 years old, even if his passport puts him at 35, said he's been fixated on vampires since childhood.
Originally posted by Ben81
i will place Vampires on my TOP 4 list that maybe are plausible / interesting...
this is the order :
Originally posted by blujay
Those bigfoot creatures are actually souls completing their evolution here on Earth. They began on Maldek, which was demoished due to their war type ways. In the form they are in, they cannot cause harm. Most will complete their 3d cycle with us come 2012.
Originally posted by Archirvion
Good thread To be honest i simply love the subject, i now work as a scientist for the government with extra terrestrials and i can tell you that if its something that has been more interesting than E.T, its vampires. Me and my friend used 5 years of our lives studying vampires, but with no hard evidence as result.
We found out at least that the theory of actually real "fiction" vampires might be real.
Originally posted by ShadowCatt.
Like I said I am a sceptic, but am open minded about this all.
I would love to be proved that they do exsist.