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When I was younger, about 3 or so, I watched a scary vampire movie with my father. It was Thanksgiving so in the kitchen my mom was preparing a turkey and when I was done I figured I'd check up on her. I pulled a chair up to the sink looked at the turkey and said, "Is he dead yet?" My mom answered with a simple, "Yes honey, he's dead." Well since I had just gotten done watching the movie I was a bit worried and told mamma "He's gonna get up and get us now." Whenever mom feels like embarrassing me she tells the story about how I thought the turky was a vampire.
i used to believe in waresheep. what? yes you heard waresheep, a mixture of warewolfes vampires and well sheep. (the waresheep were the ones with black fases) when i was little we used to go for walkes in wales, i know, where a friend of my parents invented these creatures which petrifide me and so i would ware a clove of galick and make concoctions, which normly had garlick in them and a kit kat whitch i would have to drink to repell the blood sucking waresheep, who praed on little boys and girls. never turn your back on a waersheep!!!!!
I used to believe vampires could enter mirrors because they didn't have reflections to keep them out.Creepy huh?
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.
During the ages of 4 - 7 I thought I was a vampire. I had proof too. I like cold cloudy days, I could see well in the dark, I liked scary stories, I really hated vegetables and mainly ate meat and I had pretty sharp teeth. At first I wondered why I could never turn into a bat when I realised that my mom gave me tablets every day. I thought that the tablets stoped me from turning into a vampire. It turned out they were only vitamins. I was a weird kid.
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.
When I was little, my imaginary friend was a vampire. He always wore a black suit with a grey tie, and he had a pale face and black hair. He never told me his name, and I used to talk to him because he lived in the dark bathroom, and under the pier at the lake. He would only come out when I was alone, and talk to me about books. I was an odd kid.
A group of my colleagues at work were discussing vampires and various other mythical creatures when Jennny, one of the more senior managers interrupted;
"You can't be killed by Vampires as if you are born on a Saturday". To this comment there was complete silence until Danny asked; "So who told you that Jenny?" to which Jenny replied; "My Mum" and then Danny asked the killer question; "And on what day were you born Jenny?" and the penny finally dropped!!!
When I was little, I used to believe that I was a vampire. One day at school, I convinced my friends into thinking I was a vampire. I use to scare them and I got a vampire book that came with a necklace, I wore the necklace to school and told them it was a vampire necklace so they started screaming. :)
i used to think that the world started with vampires and that some one killed the queen vampire and then all the vampires turned into humans and that is how the human race began.
Until I was around 10, I used to believe that if you weren't sleeping at midnight, vampires would come and feed on you, and that was the reason why your parents told you to go to bed early - for your safety. One day, I gathered all my courage and waited till midnight, hidden under my covers, pretending to sleep, in the hope I would catch sight of the vampires at the window, checking if I was sleeping. Needless to say they didn't come. Night lost a lot of its magic that night.
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 used to believe in vampires. I remember one night going to bed with the garlic shaker from the spice rack because I had convinced myself a vampire was going to get me in my sleep.
There was a time in my life when I was around 10 ys old, when I was really obsessed with vampires. I watched a children's series about them and read several books dealing with vampires. After a while I became really paranoid and suspected everyone in my surroundings including my mum to actually be real vampires disguising as humans, ! I tried to act inconspicous in order for them not to think I had uncovered their camouflage so they would not do any harm to me.
One of the neighborhood kids claimed he was a vampire. He had pale skin, pale hair, and a big ugly scar under his eye. He was also bigger than me so it took verly little imagination for me to believe him. When I was about 7 I remember him biting me because I didn't give back his basketball then worrying all night because I thought I was a vampire too.
When i was around two or three my mom and i would go into the backyard of my grandmothers and there was a stone wall in her backyard. There was a hole in the middle of it and apparently to me it looked like a cave.. Whenever we would walk outside i would say "Mommy.. do the grampires live in there?" apparently i associated grandparents and vampires with each other lol.
My dad used to take me and my brother on hikes through the state park...as we walked the trails through the forest, he would warn us to cover up the backs of our necks, lest the vampire tree frogs lurking in the branches above would drop down and bite us. I still get a tingly feeling in my neck when I walk through a forest.
When I was very small, I was terrifed of vampires coming and attacking me when I was asleep, and the only way to stop them, was to pull the covers up to my eyes, and repeat, 'Go Away, Vampires' in my head, over and over again, until I fell asleep. Obviously, this would result in a forcefiled being put around mine and my family's beds, meaning the vampire would burn his hands if he tried to lift up the covers to bite my neck. Basic science. :)
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.
When I was really young my friend told me a vampire story (She was 6 or 7 grades ahead) and it featured a Good Vampire. So.. I told her I wanted to be a vampire. She had fangs (I'm serious, they were those slip on ones, but being around 8 I didn't notice) And she pretended to bite me. I had always ben really pale, and I got paler (Mostly beause I can't go in the sun, due to sunburn) and she thought she really had turned me into a vampire.