Is it true that vamps hate things such as crosses and garlic, or that crosses burn vamps?

Print/PDF FriendlyMost definitely not. There are just about as many Christian vamps as there are pagan ones. For crosses to burn a vampire, the vamp would have to be a product of Satan, and I think any amount of time spent researching our community can show that we're not affiliated with anything demonic. 😉 I will say, though, that there are people who are allergic to certain metals that can be found in crosses. But … Continue reading

How many vampires are in the world today?

Print/PDF Friendly“It is virtually impossible to accurately estimate the number of real sanguinarian or psychic (pranic) vampires or those who identify as real human vampires in the U.S. or World today. This is problematic for a few reasons: The community essentially exists in two parts and with considerable crossover — the online community and the offline community. While one can canvas the online vampire community message boards, forums, e-groups, MySpace, Facebook, Yahoo, LiveJournal, and half … Continue reading

Where are the majority of vampires from?

Print/PDF FriendlyCalifornia. (From results compiled from VampCards – <>). “Based on the sample received from the Vampirism & Energy Work Research Study conducted by Suscitatio Enterprises, LLC from 2006 to 2009, the greatest concentration of self-identified vampires reside in the United States (California, Georgia, New York, Texas, Ohio, Florida, etc.) followed by large concentrations in Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia.” — Merticus

I have a friend who has admitted to me that he is a vampire… I am not sure if I should believe him or not. He is in sixth grade and claims to be 83 years old.

Print/PDF FriendlyDo you really think a vampire who has had 83 years of experience would still be in sixth grade? Or living with his parents? Vampires do not have ridiculously extended lifespans like in books and movies. If he were really 83, he would not look like a sixth grader. He MIGHT look as young as in his 50s or 60s, but not a teenager. He also would not still be in school (unless he … Continue reading

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