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Back in the days when Sanguinarius: The Vampire Support Page was located on AOL, I was able to run a short questionnaire from a modified guestbook script hosted by AOL. Once I moved the site off of AOL's servers, I no longer had the ability to run the response form off their script. I've not found anything suitable since then to use, so I'm not running the poll any longer or accepting new resonses; this may change someday if I find a suitable script to use.

The poll ran from 3 January, 1998 until 31 December, 2000. I have archived the responses the poll recieved in this section, and guests are still able view them.

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Mar 17, 1999 - 01:05 -

Name: Chymes Torrik
Web Page:
Gender: Male
Age: 17
Response: I haven't met anyone who has been able to convince me that they are vamps. I do believe in them, but I do not believe that they live forever or are repelled by garlic or any of that.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Don't Know/Not Sure


Mar 17, 1999 - 20:28 -

Name: Garion the gothic
Web Page: n/a
Gender: Male
Age: 17
Response: vampires are not unlike the mortals but we have a much better grasp of reality and are more in touch with our feelings and other people's feelings as well
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Don't Know/Not Sure


Mar 20, 1999 - 04:01 -

Name: Laurie Smith
Web Page: none
Gender: Female
Age: 18
Response: cold, beautifully irresistible, dangerous
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Don't Know/Not Sure


Mar 21, 1999 - 21:09 -

Name: drkgodes
Web Page:
Gender: Female
Age: 20
Response: Many vampires are fine, upstanding people. Great to talk to and fun to be around. But then you have the freaks who make up stories in order to convince themselves that they have some superhuman power. I have done my share of research into vampirism and there are so many vampires out there that give the whole group a bad name. But then again, I guess that holds true for any group.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Mar 26, 1999 - 02:37 -

Name: Talhareh Vareulain
Web Page: LucidNightmares
Gender: Female
Age: 16
Response: I think a vampire is one who has a craving, insatiable or otherwise, for blood. Some call it a hunger. One who cannot truly help, nor may want to end, this craving. I do not define a vampire as the immortal, unholy creature that society presents them as, nor do i define them by romanticism. I have never met a vampire. I do not consider the fools who try to convince us that they are that which they admire as vampires. Forgive me if any one is offended.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Don't Know/Not Sure


Apr 3, 1999 - 08:05 -

Name: Chymes Torrik
Web Page:
Gender: Male
Age: 17
Response: normal people who feed off the life essence (blood, life force, energy, etc.)
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Don't Know/Not Sure


Apr 7, 1999 - 21:56 -

Name: Camelia
Web Page:
Gender: Female
Age: 23
Response: A vampire attracts, a vampire is beautiful, dark, powerful, intense, Perfect.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Don't Know/Not Sure


Apr 9, 1999 - 12:56 -

Name: Ashley
Web Page:
Gender: Female
Age: 16
Response: I think vampires are sensual, sleek, and sexy.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? No


Apr 11, 1999 - 09:22 -

Name: ^Drag0n^
Web Page:
Gender: Male
Age: 20
Response: In the most general definition of the word, I believe a vampire to be a person who takes any type of "life substance" from another being.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Apr 14, 1999 - 02:35 -

Name: Nikolas Junot
Web Page: Zillah Wilde's Surrealestate
Gender: Male
Age: 21
Response: For me, personally, I believe that my "vampirism" is a manifestation of an addictive personality. What it is for others, I can't say, but I think anyone who has a genuine lust/craving/need/addiction to/for blood could be defined as a vampire.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Apr 14, 1999 - 20:38 -

Name: Emma
Web Page:
Gender: Female
Age: 21
Response: People who crave blood or energy from others. *Not* people who necessarily dress like Goths, wear sunglasses in daylight or think they live forever. I have something of a romantic image of vampires, but I don't suspect that this is the true case. I am, however, sick to death of the tortured Anne Ricean vampire. If her characters can live forever, why the hell are they so depressed?
Do you consider yourself a vampire? No


Apr 15, 1999 - 15:49 -

Name: Megan Taren Antrim
Web Page:
Gender: Female
Age: Depends on what you believe about age.
Response: Vampires are not condemned to walk the earth at night or live forever. We don't HAVE to feed on people, but it sure does make life a lot easier. We don't live forever, but yea, some of us can outlive regular lengths of time. Most of us are fairly nice, and we respect others if they do not believe in us (watch your neck). We can draw energy, and we do. Most people tend to like us. Some people tend to hate us!!! That's about it.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Apr 15, 1999 - 16:06 -

Name: Megan Taren Antrim
Web Page:
Gender: Female
Age: 16
Response: Ok, I've read some of these, and quite frankly, I'm scared to death of some of you who say you are vampires. I CAN DIE!!! Vampires are not sexually beautiful like in Carpenter's "Vampires", well....some of us are, but not all. There are ugly vampires!!! There are some very interesting things said in here. I have real issues with people who think vampires have to be depressed and lonely all the time!!! I really hope some of the people in here are really joking about thinking they are vampires. Plus, there are not going to be millions of us out there. We don't outnumber the human populations. You can't walk down the street on ANY given day or night and see 30 vampires. You really can't. I would also like everyone to know that I have known I was one since I was like 5. My uncle explained things to me and I understand. No....I'm not a sick-o, and my uncle did not make me one, he told me I was born one. I am not one to be afraid of!!
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Apr 19, 1999 - 22:34 -

Name:
Web Page:
Gender: Female
Age: 34
Response:
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Don't Know/Not Sure


Apr 21, 1999 - 20:08 -

Name: Starr
Web Page:
Gender: Female
Age: 18
Response: romantic, blood thirsty, immortal, pale, fangs
Do you consider yourself a vampire? No


Apr 26, 1999 - 22:04 -

Name: Megan
Web Page:
Gender: Female
Age: 15
Response: i believe that vampires are living, unique individuals that have to feed of some energy source to be complete. They are out of the ordinary, and are far from the traditional view of them that the media presents (e.g., Dracula). I personally believe that i am a psi-vampire and i have for several years, although i do have a peculiar taste for blood at times.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


Apr 28, 1999 - 21:38 -

Name: Akasha Kirk
Web Page:
Gender: Female
Age: 28
Response: Mysterious, knowledgeable beings
Do you consider yourself a vampire? No


May 3, 1999 - 06:21 -

Name: Anonymous (removed at the request of the author)
Web Page:
Gender: Male
Age: 13
Response: I think Vampires are just a strangely evolved race of Humans, we just have a little extra of everything, but we have to drink blood or drain energy to keep 'healthy'
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


May 4, 1999 - 06:40 -

Name: Willow
Web Page:
Gender: Male
Age: 14
Response: normal people for the most part. maybe more are gothic than others (excuse my poor phrasing), but not all. they need blood, or in some cases, energy, or they suffer unpleasant withdrawal symptoms. often they are photosensitive.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? Yes


May 9, 1999 - 00:24 -

Name: Xavier
Web Page: none at this time
Gender: Male
Age: unimportant
Response: I have a very good friend who is a vampire. I've known her for a few years and have learned much about the lifestyle of this ONE vampiress. I am not saying this applies to all vampires, but this is an overview of the major parts of my friend's life in comparison to popular vampiric beliefs and traditional patterns of thought relating to the lifestyle of a vampire. My friend (who chooses to remain anonymous) lives what I would consider an exciting life, at least in comparison to my own. Nearly every night she hunts for her prey, human blood. She once quoted this as a very good comparison to her need for blood: "Everyone knows the phenomenon of trying to hold your breath underwater-how at first it's alright and you can handle it, and then as it gets closer and closer to the time when you must breathe, how urgent the need becomes, the lust and the hunger to breathe -- and finally when you take in air and the anxiety subsides...that's what it's like to be a vampire and need blood." -- Francis Ford Coppola. A few comparisons: 1.) She is VERY photophobic and very sensitive to light, but so am I, and I am not a vampire. Therefore, I have not been able to make any direct connection between photosensitivity and vampirism. 2.) She DOES need blood to survive. I believe it is a genetic trait which induces this need, however I have no proof of this. 3.) She loves garlic. There are no perceptible signs of sickness or pain after she eats it. 4.) She is not immortal. Her life span, I do believe, is much longer than a human's; however, it does not last forever. 5.) She does kill her prey nearly everytime she hunts. If you think about it, it would be better to die than to live in fear that the incident may happen again. Her prey is better off dead. 6.) I have seen her kill on three different occasions. There was no eroticism or sexual intercouse of any kind surrounding the event. She does enjoy sex very much; however, she does not put prey and sexual partners in the same group as a general rule. (Nnote: Do not think I am one of her sexual partners. She happens to be lesbian. I just wanted to make that clear.) This is just a few of the differences between my friend, a real vampire, and the things that are told through legends and stories. If you have any specific questions for me, feel free to email me at xavierc@innocent.com As I have said, I am unaware as to whether this applies to all vampires. My only source of true vampiric information is my friend, and all I know about vampires is what I have learned about her.
Do you consider yourself a vampire? No


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