Do you believe that as gruesome as vampires are, there are people who like their character so much and seem to be obsessed with it?
Sounds strange but it’s true, there are real life vampires out there. Actually, they are just ordinary people like you and me but they love to be branded as vampires.
Meet Julia Caples, a 45-year-old woman who loves to drink blood from willing donors, reports iGoogleMo.com.
She has been doing it for 30 years now. She believes that drinking blood keeps her strong and young.
She is probably inspired by what she sees in movies that vampires don’t age and it’s all because of drinking human blood.
Vampire movies have been a hit even during the 1930’s and there had been a lot of versions movie makers employed to make their film much better and updated than the older ones.
Christopher Lee is one of the famous actors who would play the role as Count Dracula set in a dreaded castle in Transylvania, Romania.
Hollywood has sensationalized the belief in vampires by creating movies that surely had become blockbuster movies that earned millions of dollars. Some of such movies were: The Queen of the Damned, Dracula 2000, The Lost Boys, and not to mention the all-time blockbuster movie, “The Twilight Saga.” It’s so numerous to count.
We have been accustomed to the idea that when we hear the word vampire, we think of a monstrous creature of the night dressed in black or white costume with two big fangs ready to prey and suck blood from its victims. Some people believe in it and some don’t.
But, Julia does the procedure not in a fashion that vampires in movies do. She makes a small cut on a person's skin with a sharp sterilized knife then she sips the willing donor’s blood.
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