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When I was in First Grade,I had buckteeth and my friends thought I was a 'Vampire'.I felt so hated until they told me I was a "Vampire" XD
when i was small i use to believe my parents were vampires
I am very proud of myself for having a very strong scary belief and actually reasoning myself out of it when I was about 7. My older sister and I used to stay up and watch scary movies (our parent s didn't know) and she liked ones about vampires. Well, there was a cemetary really close to our house so every time we did this I would lie awake for hours just terrified that the vampires would get up from the cemetary and come and get me. I used to make my sister get in bed with me and sleep on the outside so the vampires would get her first and maybe I would have time to run away. This was a real fear. Then suddenly it hit me one night, "How would the vampires KNOW I had watched a scary movie that night? They couldn't see in our house." So there was no reason to be more scared that night than any other night, and actually I never thought about the cemetary unless I had watched a scary movie. So I just figured the vampires were not going to come and it was safe and I could go to sleep and be ok. This logic actually worked for me. I mean, how would they know?
When I was little I believed that vampires lived under the carpet on the stairs, and that you had to be careful when you walked up and down the stairs because if you stepped on the wrong spot, your leg would slide into their mouths and they'd eat you.
I used to believe that as soon as my mum turned off the lights for me to go to sleep that the vampires could come. Only, I thought that the vampires couldn't kill you if they couldn't see your neck. To this day I sleep with the sheets right up under my chin. Now it's habit, before, I was protecting myself.
My dad, who travels alot had to go to Romania one time. I was so scared of vampires at that time that i made sure that he stood in the sun when he came home and i showed him a mirror so i knew he wasnt a vampire.
I too use to sleep with my blankets up around my neck so as vampires couldnt come and bit emy neck whilst i slept. This continued till i was 12years old when i went to see bram stoker's dracula at the cinema... ever since then my fears disapeared and i now wish one would come and bite me!!
I used to be scared that a vampire would bite my neck in the night so I put all these cushions and blankets over my neck to protect myself from the vampires.
when i was about in primary school i bit my tongue and i swalloed blood. i told it to myfriend and she said tome "great now you r gonna turn to a vampire. who am i supposed to play with?" .i actually believed her and i spent the next night watching my teeth with a mirror, locked in my room so if i actually turned into a vampire i wouldn't bite my family...
When I was little I believed that after the curtains had been closed when I went to bed, that I should NEVER look out of them until the morning because on the other side there would be a vampire hovering at the window trying to get in. I had to make sure they had been closed really tight so there was no space at all. It was all very scary.
i used to thought that vampires would really come out to bite people at night. and would always sleep with my blanket around my neck, hoping to protect it from them.
I used to believe that if you slept with the covers covering your neck, vampires couldn't bite you.
When I was 7 my cousins told me that vampires lived in Albany, which is the capital state of NY. Since we live in NYC I thought they would one day come and get me, so I slept with a shirt tied around my neck for years.I grew out of this fear around the age of 12. Thanks Guys!
i used to think if i let any part of my body hang off the end of the bed, a vampire would order his alligators (which lived dormant under the bed) to eat em!
ok now i'm just werid to begin with so when the tv show Buffy the Vampire started i would watch every show and I would get really mad if i didn't get to watch it.So when I saw Spike(vampire) and Angel(another vampire)on the show lot I thought they were really people.Then I began to think they lived in my basement where my room was(we have a really nice basement) and that they slpet in the living room down there.They would come to school with me too.They went every where and they "talked" to all my friends. mmy friends would talk back too. then one day they just left,but I told everyone they moved to New york. about a year later i learned that they weren't really real.
I used to believe that Vampires would float outside your window at night and tap on the window to get in, so i used to sleep with a towel wrapped around my neck and 2 hair barretes clipped together in the shape of a cross to ward off the vampires if they came in.
when i would come home, the garage door would lead to the laundry room which had double doors leading to the kitchen. im not sure why, but every time i would walk through that door when i was around 4, i would picture a big scary vampire face that looked vaguely liked the count from sesame street. i would always let me mom go in before me so she could make it safe to get rid of the vampire.
I used to believe that if i didn't have my blanket at my neck while i was sleeping vampires would come and bite my neck.
When I was little I loved vampires & I wanted to become one so whenever I went to sleep I would put Red-Dye on my neck to lure in the vamps & leave my neck completely un-covered so Vampires would turn me into one of them.
I was a demented child......
When I was little I didn't have a bedside lamp so when I was going to sleep I'd have to go to light switch beside the door and go back to my bed in the dark. Now this is all good and fine except I thought that when the light went off a vampire hid behind my door so as soon as I put the light off I ran to my bed (for some reason I thought once I was in bed I'd be safe). I thought this for years.. jeez, i was bloody scared every night for years - that can't be good!