Here vampire… Nice vampire…

There’s a discussion on goodreads at the moment about vampire bites, and it refers to an entertaining blog post from a few years ago: How To Treat A Vampire Bite. It includes the following advice:

Leave vampires alone. Many people are bitten because they try to kill a vampire or get too close to it. The immortal undead are very wily. Be warned.

In other news, there was an article in the Examiner yesterday about a 700-year-old vampire skeleton returning home to Sozopol after a year’s holiday in Sofia.

A few days ago, I took the opportunity to ask AlexKellyOC (a Bulgarian bisexual lass – who better to ask?) about vampires in Bulgaria:

In Elizabeth Kostova’s The Historian, they track Dracula down to the monastery of Sveti Georgi in Bulgaria. A year ago today, there were news reports of two 800-year-old vampire skeletons being unearthed in Sozopol on the Black Sea coast. So… what’s it like these days? Any vampires? And, assuming there are, are they all bisexual?

I liked her reply so much I asked permission to quote it here:

Vampires are usually connected with desire. The whole blood theme speaks for sex as well (mainly the 1st time for women).

Vampires, in my opinion, can feel the desire and the pleasure when they drink blood of “the victims” and knowing that they need to feed, vampires are more likely to be “with a flexible sexuality” rather than bisexuals. They need to feed before the emotional desire they may get (usually the one shown on the tons of TV shows).

These days, as far as I know there aren’t vampires here but in Ukraine, for example, there might be because of the History. During Stalin’s rule, there had been cannibalism in Ukraine and in its villages, I am quite convinced that people do that.

About Frank

A Sci-Fi & Fantasy author and lyrical poet with a mild obsession for vampires, succubi, goddesses and Supergirl.
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1 Response to Here vampire… Nice vampire…

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