Spotting a vampire According to vampire folklore, vampires display some tell-tale physical signs of their affliction: pale skin, an absence of a reflection in mirrors, fangs and red glowing eyes. These attributes are commonly assigned to the blood-sucking undead in popular culture.
How do you turn into a vampire?
A person may become a vampire in a variety of ways, the most common of which is to be bitten by a vampire. Other methods include sorcery, committing suicide, contagion, or having a cat jump over a persons corpse.
What to do if you encounter a vampire?
Press the cross into the vampires flesh to cause burning and scarring and drive the vampire away. For some vampires, the wearer of the cross must believe in the power of the cross for it to be an effective weapon. Do not make direct eye contact: To avoid the vampires charms, do not look him directly in the eye.
What do vampires fear most?
Vampires become what we fear most at any given time, including fears of liberated eroticism, the AIDS epidemic, the decline of society, and so on and so forth. Most Americans think of Dracula as a traditional vampire.