Vampires aren’t those scary creatures which have been portrayed to us by famous films and series. They walk along with us, in a way that you can’t even recognize that they feed on blood. These people aren’t really stuff of nightmares or rather far from it actually. They aren’t really the one hankering around like an animal. They’re just like any one of us. They are not easy to find, but when you do track them down, they can be quite friendly.
“Real vampires” is the popular term by which these people are known. They’re not “real” in the sense that they change into bats at night and live till eternity, but many do possess fangs and just as many live basically a nocturnal existence. These are just some of the basic traits real vampires adopt to express a shared (biological, according to them) essence like yes, they need blood (human or animal) or psychic energy from donors in order to feel healthy.
Their self-described traits and body-language begin to manifest around or just after puberty. It comes, as they say, from the lack of essential energies their bodies produce which other people take for granted. That’s the general consensus actually. It’s a condition they claim to be unchangeable. So, rather they embrace it.
The real vampire community, resides in few national boundaries, from Russia and South Africa to England and the United States. Especially in the internet age, vampires are often well updated with community issues.
The vampires of Buffalo are seen to be keen and up to date with the global community, while those in New Orleans were often more interested in the activities of their local vampire houses (an affiliated group of vampires usually led by a vampire elder who helps his or her house members to acclimate to their vampiric nature).
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