Everything you need to know about vampires
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Everyone knows that vampires suck … your blood!!!! Seriously though, do you know the history behind modern vampire lore? These creatures of the night have been lurking around for a very long time, although the princes and princesses of darkness have taken on different guises and mythologies throughout the ages.
6 Things to Know About Vampires
This post is a break from that, based on the tens of questions I received and on the feedback, I decided the best thing would be to make a couple of lists with definite things about vampires, that I learned and know about. No fantasy involved and Hollywood-ism involved. They walk in the sunlight. The idea that they burn in the sunlight is more than welcome in their world, and they try to keep it up. Other serious writings also portray vampires as walking in the sunlight.
If you've ever wanted a compilation of facts about vampires, you have come to the right place. There is so much to say about vampires that we couldn't just dedicate one page to them. Both informational articles and questions with answers will be posted and updated right here. There are literally thousands of vampire legends throughout history. Nearly every single culture on the face of the earth has some kind of myth about undead, blood-sucking creatures that relate back to vampire mythology.
Vampires of Europe
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All rights reserved. This year-old skeleton from Sozopol, Bulgaria , was found with its teeth removed and stabbed through the chest with an iron rod. Scholars suspect that townspeople did this to ward off vampires—a very real fear in Europe for hundreds of years. The traits of modern-day vampires are pretty well established. They can be warded off with garlic, or killed with a stake through the heart. Some, like Dracula, are aristocrats who live in castles. Scholars suspect that the modern conception of these Halloween monsters evolved from various traditional beliefs that were held throughout Europe.