posted on Nov, 9 2015 @ 05:27 PM
I think you may be letting your love of the character bleed over into a false hope that he actually exists.
I can understand that, a lot of times fiction is so much more fantastic than the every day doldrums of life, but it's important to have a good bearing
on the line between truth and fiction.
For example, I'm a big fan of James Bond; I think it would be great if James Bond was a real super spy, but alas he is not. I don't feel particularly
compelled to go to London with the express notion of knocking on the door of MI6 and asking M if he is available for comment.
Now, there is no need to despair. It is perfectly reasonable to research Vampires, its an interesting road to follow, and one that I followed myself
many years ago. What I did or didn't find allowed me to draw my own conclusions. So I encourage you to do the same! However, go into your research to
learn about Vampires and their history rather than a flight of fancy, chasing a fictitious character.
I will say this, however. In my research back in the early 2000's on the internet......in fact it may have even been on ATS, back when I was just a
lurker; I had read something about how Anne Rice actually may have known Louis or Lestat and was relaying their story to the world via a work of
fiction......I have also read several things and heard a few first hand encounters of individuals who had known true vampires. But there is no real
way to substantiate any of those claims, I frankly don't believe them. But take from that what you will.
Good luck and keep researching!