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I still to this day(11 years old) think that once I turn out a ight, an invisible vampire or ghost appears and follows me around the house. We have a large staircase and I go to bed latest so I have to turn out the lights. I turn out the light and pund up the stairs, often resulting in loss of breath. And my parents room is under the stairs partly so I get many complaints about that.
When I was younger, I watched some movie about vampires (possibly "Once Bitten"), they said something like "Drinking the blood of a virgin will keep you young" or something like that. So, for a while, I thought that the word "virgin" had something to do with vampires!
I used to believe that the people who take your blood at the doctor's office were vampires.
Certain Gypsies believe that watermelons will turn into vampires if they are kept for too long.
However, they aren't afraid of these vampires, as they don't have any teeth.
ever since i was little i've been deathly scared of the dark, so i used to think if i had my blanket over my body at all times it was some type of sheild from vampires and witches
When I was younger, I always hid under my blankets the whole night because I beleaved in Vampires...And I also slept on the other side of the bed farthest to the wall because I beleaved monsters where down there because it was so cold..
I used to believe that if I went to sleep without my neck covered, vampires would suck my blood in the night.
My brother and I shared a room when we were kids, and both of us were afraid of vampires (specifically, Dracula). We decided that if we slept not only under the blankets, but with a teddy bear (or other stuffed animal) across our necks, Dracula could not bite us.
After telling a vampire story, my uncle explained to me that they bite you on the neck, illistrating by placing 2 fingers on the left side of his neck. I knew vampires were make-believe, but just in case, I always slept on my left side; & just in case they might go for the right side of the neck, I always pulled the sheet up over my neck. I was in my early 30s before I could sleep without something covering my neck; I still sleep on my left side!
When I was 7 I saw a vampire movie, which led to my wearing a winter scarf tied around my throat every night so I wouldn't get bitten in my sleep. I waited until my parents shut off my light and I was alone, and tied that sucker on! It's a wonder I never strangled myself!
I used to believe in vampires, and was afraid that they were going to suck my blood while I was sleeping. I figured out a way to keep this from happening! I pulled the blanket up and made sure it covered up my neck a lot. I still to this day sleep with the covers up on my neck and I'm almost 30! :)
When I was younger, I used to watch a show on TV called "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" One day, there was an episode about a vampire. I was all alone, so when I saw it I got very scared. I thought to myself, I must protect myself and my family from this menace. So I went to the spice cabinet, grabbed the garlic powder, and sprinkled it all around the house. And I mean everywhere. When my mom got home from work, she wondered why her bed was all itchy.
Up until I was around 10 i used to have nightmares about vampires i used to believe that if i hid my entire body and head under the blankets they wouldnt be able to see me so i would be safe
When my great grandpa died I saw him in his casket and I thought that he was going to wake up and be a vampire.
My brother once told me a story about vampires and how they would sneak into your room at night and bite you on your neck. Ever since then, I always made sure I had the sheets were pulled up to my chin so the vampire couldn't see my neck to bite it.
When I was about 7 years old, it was late at night and my mom told me about vampires. She told me that if I wasn't in bed and asleep by 12 midnight that they would come and bite my neck and take me away.
I don't believe about the coming at midnight anymore, as I'm older now and have stayed up past midnight. But I'm still scared of them.
I used to think that I had to keep thecovers up under my chin or a vampire would come and suck my blood. I still sleep with my covers by my neck.
i used to believe, in 3rd grade, that one of the priests at my catholic grade school was a vampire.
his two front canine teeth were very pointy and when he was lecturing i was afraid he would try to kill us so i would plan my escape into the coatroom.
I used to believe... that vampires would not get people with last names that began with G, only those whoses names began with an X, Y, or Z. Also, that if they couldn't see my neck, they wouldn't get me
When I was five I got my own room after having to share with my younger sisters since they were born. Although I liked it at first, after a few weeks I became more and more afraid of of the vampire that lived on top of the cupboard and never wanted to go to sleep in case I wouldn't wake up the next morning. After a few months a neighbour gave us one of those sets of bunk beds that has cupboards and drawers where the bottom bunk should be, when her kid had outgrown it, but I was too scared to sleep in it because that would mean that the vampire would have to sleep in my bed because if I was sleeping on top of the wardrobe.