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As a child I was always afraid to sleep in my room alone because of monsters and ghosts and so on. One particular night I was crying because I was afraid a vampire was going to come in and get me.After trying to convince me, but to no avail that they weren't real, she finally told me that they were made out of balloons and if you stuck them with a pin they would pop. So she pinned my little guardian angel pin on my pillow and told me to pop any monsters or vampires if they came in. Well that seemed to satisfy me for years because I slept with that guardian angel pinned to my pillow forever after that.
When i was 9 i had this babysitter named Michelle. I thought she was a vampire. One night she was babysitting me and it was really stormy. I was so scared so i decided to sleep on the couch. So just before i was asleep i opened my eyes and Michelle was crawling towards me quietly trying to get her homework and not wake me up. I screamed sooo loud I think she almost had a heart attack, and she never babysat me again. HAHA
I bleved one of my frends was a vampire and my other freind was a ghost
When I was little my upper canines were weirdly really sharp,and I was pale through and through - I even had white hair when I was little.So I seriously thought I was a vampire,and tasted my own blood.I still really like the taste,and if someone is bleeding whom I know has had a blood test I put the blood on my finger and lick it off.Haha.
When I was around 4 or 5, I used to think that everyone who lived in Pennsylvania was a vampire. I'm pretty sure I came to that conclusion because it was sort of spelled the same as Transylvania.
I was a very imaginitive boy when I was younger and read R.L Stine and loved monsters A LOT! I was/am also a night owl so I can stay up late at night and hate early mornings. So, being the monster lover that I am/was I attributed this to being a vampire. I was REALLY disappointed when my fangs never grew in ;)
I used to believe that my younger sister was a Vampire, so before I went to sleep, I made sure to have my cross, my garlic and my flashlight to bed, lol
I used to believe that there was a potential for vampire attack while I was sleeping so I'd go to sleep with my blanket across me neck and around my head ... just in case.
my dad had this jewish friend named vlad. i kinda kne how dracula's first name was vlad, so i freaked out and crossed my fingers into a cross andput it up towards his neck and yelled (really yelled!) DIE DRACKKY!!
This wouldnt happen every night, just every few but when i went to sleep even though it was so hot i would pull the covers over my neck and hold them tightly there. I was scared that a vampire would come out from under my bed and bite my neck. It was really annoying because i would get really hot and i wouldnt let myself take the cover away from my neck.........
After watching a vampire movie where the vampires could be killed by a silver stake or holy stuff, I attached a cross to a screwdriver (silver stake) and slept with it every night to keep the vampires from coming.
I used to have an obsession for covering my neck with blanket or something similar, when going to bed. All this only because I thought it would prevent the vampires from getting to bite me. I would even sometimes tie a t-shirt around the neck. I'm thankful that they never came.
When I was little, maby 5. My mom sat out in the livingroom and watched a vampire movie. I sneaked under the sofa table and started to watch, when i was supposed to sleep in my bed.
After what i saw that day, I alway have to make sure that
the blanket covered up all around my neck so that if a vampire would come when i was asleep, they couldn't bite my neck.
And still.. I'm 25 years old now. I can't sleep without having the blanket covering my neck. No matter how warm it gets i have to have that blanket there.
When I was a kid my mom and dad got divorced. My father moved to a house where the toilet was in the basement. I seriously believed that vampires were down there, specially Dracula. I thougth that if I was singing they coulden't move, the were frozen. I did this whenever I had to go somewhere alone after dark. So I went around everywhere singing loudly..
my neighbors used to work nights and i never saw them come out during the day. so i told all my friends they were vampires and we would put garlic, crosses, etc. at their front door all the time.
As a little kid, I used to believe that vampires would bite my neck while I was sleeping. The way to prevent it was to make sure the blanket covered up my neck before I fell asleep. To this day I'm uncomfortable if I fall asleep with my neck uncovered. (I'm 47.)
When I was little I wouldnt sleep on the side of the bed next to the wall because a vampire would jump out and plant baby vampires in my throat and they would grow and take over the world.
When i was a kid, i watched way too many vampire movies at a friend's b'day party. It was a sleepover, and they lived in this really old creepy house that creaked a lot. In the movie, the vampires were either good or evil vampires and all the evil ones would go through town and kill everyone. Anyway, i was petrified they'd want to kill me so just before we all went to bed i faked having to go to the bathroom to go find a bible (with a cross on the front), garlic, a stick, and i found the light switch in the hall and left it on all night. So not only did the vampires not get me, nobody at the sleepover got any sleep...
i use to beleve that a vampires were real and that they were her from a place called darkvainya and they wanted to make all the people zombys and that the only way to kill them was to ask the monsters under your bed to scare them!!! yes i belived in mosters under the bed too but thats diffrent see i thorght that they were there to look after you and every night i would say "now you try hard as you can to keep away those vampires" and i also left food and milk it was alwas gorn in the mornning!
When I was about 9 I was thoroughly convinced that I was a vampire. I would run around the playground with my arms out wide, practising flying for when I was old enough to be able to turn into a bat...haha.
I told one of my friends about that and she asked if she was anything other than human, too. I told her to bare her teeth and 'seeing sharp canines' told her that she was, in fact, part werewolf.
We would go around the playground practising for when we got older. She would sprint and howl and I would hiss and 'fly'.
Even when I moved schools, a year later, a kid who had come from the same school and was a grade below told me about the teacher who remembered 'two crazy kids who thought they were a vampire and a werewolf'.