Did the truth is or read Ann Rice’s Interview with A Vampire. Did you prefer it. Q. Ok you say your a real vampire tell us about yourself a little if you will. A. As I told you I will only give my first name which is Peter and tell you that I was indeed delivered in 1772 near Charleston S.C.
Rice Plantation on what is now the Ashley River Road. The house I was born in is still there today though no one no longer lives there. My dad was a wealthy man of the time and made big money from Rice and trading. I was the 3rd son and as I grew up I had fashioned the run of the plantation where we lived and loved my childhood on the plantation. My family at the time also owned a house in downtown Charleston.
Q. When and how did you become a Vampire? A. AFTER I was 17, I was a wild son spending the times sleeping and the nights venturing out to parties when there have been parties or reaching wedded women for top secret trysts other times. As I said I used to be a wild young man and I resided my life to the fullest. I quickly released myself and she said Peter I know who you are yes. I said ok but who are you. Tonite She explained and asked me what I was up to. It was right before dark and even for Charleston it was quite a warm night for so late in the fall.
- Burn my scented candles. I adore them, and again, ignore to use them
- Highlight The Good Stuff
- Don’t limit it to the face
- The rays of the sun increase in intensity about 4% per 1,000 feet climb in altitude
I told her I was on my way to a not far from the plantation. She got off her horse and tied him to a low-hanging branch of 1 of the substantial gnarled old oak trees and shrubs there on the creek. She said to walk with me a bit Peter. I have no idea why but I quickly obeyed getting down off my mare and tied her up to a nearby tree.
When she had taken my hand in hers it was like I felt electricity pass through me. I know I jumped and she kissed me quickly and said come along Peter. I followed her up under the huge oak trees along the creek and she I want to take her in my arms. I will not go into vibrant details but I will let you know that before the sun rose again I needed received the dark present of being made into a vampire. It is done in a quite similar way as Ann Rice described it in her books and incidentally Ann Rice first got it pretty close to right with vampires with only a few exceptions.
Q. What does Ann Rice get wrong about Vampires? Can you elaborate a little? A. Well lets see. One big you are that I’ve never known a vampire that sleeping in a coffin. Darkened rooms yes but never coffins. And while the sun does make a young vampire a bit uncomfortable I am as comfortable in the sunlight as I am in the moonlight.
The sunlight doesn’t make us go poof or change us to dirt. As well as for the record garlic clove, crosses, or Holy Water doesn’t work. Actually they don’t really do anything at all to us. Removing the heart from a Vampires Chest will eliminate it as will chop off the head but that’s about it folks.
I’ve waited all my entire life for someone to hold a combination up and try to stop me. I would lean forward and kiss it and really blow their mind probably. We cannot survive on animal blood. In fact we’d just throw it up. It has to be human and it must come from a living breathing human being.
We can’t or don’t rob bloodstream banks. The bloodstream from them would be useless. The power is got by us to drink from an individual and the marks seal almost at once. We take only what we need. But drink human blood, we should and yes we have to drink it every day.