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I was a very imaginitive boy when I was younger and read R.L Stine and loved monsters A LOT! I was/am also a night owl so I can stay up late at night and hate early mornings. So, being the monster lover that I am/was I attributed this to being a vampire. I was REALLY disappointed when my fangs never grew in ;)
when I was little, I watched a scary vampire movie, and for awhile, i would never turn my head to the side so that a vampire doesn't come and bite my neck. Also, once when my dad came to tuck me in, i was about 6, I asked him if he turned into a vampire at night and suck my blood. I don't know where that came from!
My mom has always LOVED horror movies and stories, especially ones with vampires. So when we moved from Oklahoma to Pennsylvania when I was 3, I was scared I was going to get eaten, because Pennsylvania was where the vampires were.
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.
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 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..
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
After seeing this scary vampire film when I was little, I always covered my neck when I felt scared just in case a vampire would come behind me and bite me. It became a habit and now whenever I'm ever scared I automatically cover it
Every since I saw Interview with the vampire in like 2nd or 3rd grade, I've had a fascination, fetish, attraction to vampires, my mom just blew it off as an over active imagination, even though she's the one that showed me the movie. Well to this day I still have the same feelings if not stronger, and anytime I'm outside I stare at the sky and watch dark areas very carefully hoping one is watching me or wanting to take me away with him.
i used to think i was a vampire (i had teeth that stuck out at the front) i used to think i had fold up fangs lol after i found out it wasn't real i told a friend of mine when she stayed over that i was a vampire and if she annoyed me i would kill her in my sleep i was a horrible child XD
When I was little, I used to think that vampires followed me when I go home at night. I started to go faster and didn't look back. This feeling has gone by now so I don't go alone at night. It is because I like to watch horrors.
i used to believe that if i didn,t wrap my feet in the bottom of my duvet, that the vampires would come and bite my feet.
When I was younger I believed that at night Vampires wouldn't bite me if I lay perfectly still all night and made no sound, because they wouldn't know I was there, and if I pulled my pj top round my neck and the duvet over my head.
Every night before I went to sleep, I had to make sure that my neck was completely covered in order to discourage vampires.
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.
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
I used to think that draculas were another name for vampires. So I thought that I could be attacked at night by a dracula. I eventually found out that Dracula was a vampire in a story.
I used to purposefully wander around after dark in our neighborhood hoping a vampire would get me... no idea why, I was just a twisted kid. I just wanted to meet one. I had a *very* complicated mythology worked out, mostly what came from reading Dracula a couple times over and my mom watching Buffy in the other room while she thought I was napping ^_^;;
Funny, now. I laugh at little Ricelings.
When I was little I wouldnt sleep on the side of the bed next to the wall because a vampire would jump out and plant baby vampires in my throat and they would grow and take over the world.
I used to believe that vampires menaced the residents of Pennsylvania. Since The Magic Treehouse books took place there, I was of course worried about their protagonists.