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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 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
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.)
I used to believe that if you slept with the covers covering your neck, vampires couldn't bite you.
I used to believe that there was a trap door to my vampire hideout underneath my bed, where my friends and I (Queen of the Vampire Club) would congregate each night. The trap door was really just the area where a fireplace once was.
Two of my buddies in 3rd grade some how made me believe that a vampire was living under my bed...they told me the only way to keep if from biting your neck was too put blankets on your neck...so everynight, even on hot summer nights i would pull the blankets all the way up to my chin...and if i woke up in the middle of the night and they were down...i'd totally freak out! I realized about 1 year later that there were no such things as vampires...thank you mom :)
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.
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..
When I was 5, I had a little BF. His sister told me that they were both vampires and they had vampire teeth at night and they were gonna"BITE MY NECK AND DRINK MY BLOOD". That really scared me as a kiddie.
I use to believe I was half vampire. I had a very long sharp fang on one side of my mouth.
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.
i used to beleve i was a vampire when i was in the 3rd grade cuz of my "vampire teeth" my friends believed it also. I would bite them and they would become my vampire friends. i even bit my boyfriend and we were very deeply in vampire love. currently he goes out with my friend and got a lil shorter.
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.
I always used to think to think that if you stayed out on midnight in complete darkness and silence a vampire will turn you into a vampire.
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.
You know how vampires are supposed to live in transelvania, well when I was a kid I thought they lived in Pennsilvania
When I was in first grade. I had a dream that my sunday school teacher and the pastor from my church had my grandmother tied down to her bed, and that the pastor was a vampire and my sunday school teacher was his helper using tape and a marker to mark where he'd bite her at. The next day was Sunday and my granmother woke me up I checked her neck for bite marks or the tape, she laughed and blamed it on the goosebump movies. I was scared to go to sunday school the whole time I was in that class.
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!!
Once my older brother put red disclosing tablets in his mouth and chewed them, then ran down the drive in his long mac, this was accompanied with 'evil' looks to make me think he was a vampire. I actually believed him - the bastard. (I was watching 'Lost boys' a lot)
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.