No, unless you want to be put in an insane asylum which I can guarantee is not a desirable place to live. But in the old days there was Vladamir (spell check on his name) but he was the original guy who the Dracula character was based on. I think lol I know that they had some connection. It's a gruesome story of his life but interesting. Wikipedia it.
Check out BeatlesFan. Definitely, wikipedia it. Bram Stoker, the author of Dracula, based his character loosely on Vladimir The Impaler from Romania (I believe). He was a ruthless king who impaled people & was rumored to have feasted on the blood of fallen soldiers after a battle as a ritual. He believed, as many other cultures have in history, that by drinking the blood of your enemy you also drank in their strength. Vampire mythology has been around long before the book. Before we understood what comas were, some people were buried while still alive & it wasn't until their graves were moved until people noticed the insides of their coffins were scratched & torn. This is where a lot of the "undead" & zombie myths started in Europe. Once doctors realised that someone could appear dead, but maybe wasn't, they started stringing Bells from inside the coffins to the gravestones, so if someone Woke Up, they'd ring the bell. They would post guards (usually family & friends) for a few nights to hear the bells just in case. This is where the term "Dead Ringer" comes from. Sorry for the long history lesson, but I've always Loved Vampires! Happy Hunting! :)