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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.
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.
When people would tell me stories about vampires and stuff, they would say the 'good guy' killed the vampire by plunging a stake through his heart...except I always thought they were saying 'steak', as in the meat!!! I continued to believe that until I was twelve, and I read it in some book and finally realized...!
When I was around five, I became rather fixated with vampires. First, I thought my mom was a vampire, and thought she would bite me at night while I was sleeping. Then, I briefly thought that I had somehow become a vampire, because I thought my teeth were poinity, and that I'd have to spend all my life controlling myself and trying not to bite my parents.
Finally, I thought that vampires would come into my bedroom through my window and try to bite me. I thought the only way I could stop them was by sleeping with the covers up to my chin. My theory was that since they'd have to pull back the covers to get to my neck, they simply wouldn't bother. And if they did try to pull back the covers, I'd immediately wake up and they'd flee. It became a habit, and it was only in the last few years that I felt safe sleeping over the covers, even though I wasn't scared of being attacked by a vampire anymore.
After I watched "The Lost Boys" I was terrified of vampires. I thought one lived in my closet, and I slept with garlic around my neck, and had a sharpend wooden crucifix under my pillow
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.........
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!
When me + my sis were little we believed we were vampire slayers. We used to walk around with sharp sticks and think that vampires really existed. Too much Buffy i am thinking.
When I was really young and first heard of vampires, they terrified me. I never heard of them not being able to enter your house without permission, so I never had that security. I was scared that they would bite me, infect me, then trap me in a small cell forever, since I would be immortal.
i used to believe that vampires were attractive, so i would go out to the garage at night and hope that my handsom vampire prince would take me away to marry him...he never came
When I was small I believed in vampires so every night when I went to bed I would put all my "babies" on the outside edge of the bed and above my head while I scooched down under the covers so the vampires couldn't bite my neck.
I used to think vampires lived in my sisters old room and would fight the gremlins in my closet. They were good vampires. The gremlins in my closet spawned from the furby my parents got me. It looked like a mogwai and talked in the middle of the night, even when we removed the batteries. But anyway, the vampires were protecting me from the gremlins because I was charismatic.
My granny used to told me that they are two demons... one come in daytime and other in night time to catch naughty child.. I used to get scare when I did mischief
every time I see a shadow thats not mine I freak out because I think It's a vampire
From the age of 3 or 4 I believed that Satan and Dracula lived under the toys in my room, and would come out at night when I was asleep and taunt me.
I used to believe that there were very scary things hiding just outside my peripheral vision. They're always behind me, and move fast enough to avoid my sight when I turn around. Like vampires, I wouldn't see them in the mirror, either.
I wasn't yet into computer gaming at the time, but it's very similar to Star Control 2's (early 90s) alien Spathi and their fear of the Ultimate Evil, which "lurks just outside the range of even the most sensitive, long-range detectors". Eerie.
We used to believe that vampires would come and get us with giants at night so we would hide under the covers until we fell asleep!
When I was little my friend told me that if i didnt cover my neck with the sheet when i slept, Count Dracula would come and bite my neck off. I always got really scared, because every morning i would wake up without my sheet on my neck, thinking that dracula had come and i would die soon.
When I lived in Germany I use to believe that vampires were in lived in the walls and at night the use to come out and kill you.
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.