Vampires are mythological undead creatures who feed on the blood of the living.
The vampire lifestyle or vampire subculture is an alternative lifestyle. ... resent the
term "lifestylers", as it tends to carry the connotation that vampirism is not real.
Mar 26, 2015 ... A researcher describes five years' worth of ethnographic studies of the real
vampires living in New Orleans and Buffalo.
Jul 25, 2015 ... Vampires are real. They don't sparkle in the sun, but they will get sick if they don't
feed, and their skin is probably better than yours. Real-life ...
The sanguine (meaning bloody or blood-red) vampires
may belong to the lifestyle groups mentioned above, but take the fantasy one step further by actually drinking human blood. According to The Psychic Vampire
Resource and Support Pages , pranic vampires
, as they are so... More »
Aug 4, 2015 ... Outside their community, real-life vampires exist mostly in secret. And once or
twice a week, they drink human blood.
Though the corpses were typically re-buried, modern scholars continue to
unearth the stories of real-life “vampires,” whose historic tragedies underlie
Aug 15, 2015 ... People who claim to be vampires are in the thousands, with demographics
transcending class, race and gender. But there's a reason they stay ...
Jul 22, 2015 ... For the last 10 years, Blut Katzchen has been in the food-service industry — as a
meal for vampires. The 28-year-old florist from Louisiana ...
Oct 31, 2015 ... How the real-life people who feed on blood became an organized community,
with its own rules and traditions: An Object Lesson.