Post by katybear21 on Aug 24, 2009 13:20:10 GMT -6
Personally I believe there are both. For vampires, there are what some people call psychic vampires, and as for the werewolves, I don't believe that they actually change shapes or anything or feed off of humans, I just think that they just act differently around certain times of the month......kinda hard to explain about werewolves.
I know what you mean. but i don't really believe in them. I think it's possible if you think about it but Vampires are easier for me to believe in, I mean looking into the past about some murders and how they would kill their victims and drink their blood or take a bath in it to stay young.
he runs through the night with me. nothing in Piscataway goes unchecked. I am the researcher of New Jersey.
i put both. spirit child is really good on making people believe! lol but i jus say no jus to bother people! lol but really? everything is real! you just either dont look good enough or you never bothered to look. but really there is another world in our world. who knows maybe its in a different planet or maybe its underneath us.
Post by Jen Depsycho on Aug 24, 2009 22:27:43 GMT -6
I believe in both. I mean, some people like to be posers when it comes to vampires, and I honestly think that makes a mockery of them. I should think REAL vampires would stay in hiding, because they would either be feared and tried to be killed by people OR, in this generation since vampirism is a famous thing among the younger people, be swarmed by vampire fangirls.
I agree with Spirit Child on werewolves. Maybe they don't change into wolves at all, at least not entirely. Maybe they just become intollerable around the full moon, like unexplainable agressive behavior or a huge craving for raw meat, a desire to hunt something and devour it... the list can go on.
I think folklore really has sculpted the images of both vamps and werewolves over time, so when someone says "werewolf", we automatically thing of growing hair and muzzles with a huge set of fangs to compliment it and claws, gaining inhuman speed and strength, among other transformations. Whereas when you hear "vampire", you think fangs, blood, night walker, pale skin, sunken eyes, gaunt... but who knows. I would think they just look and act like ordinary people, which is why none are ever really found.
A werewolf from the ever-popular series "Twilight".
I'm personally not a fan of the book because Stephanie Meyer (the author) messed up the entire image of vampires and most of the characters are VERY bland. But Jacob Black is pretty cool, in fact, if the series was focused more on HIM, I'd be more of a Twilight fan. ;D
But that's going off topic here, so I'll just end it at that.
Alucard from Hellsing... the only thing better would be if he was covered in chocolate. XD