What you don’t know…
Vampires live in South American countries and the Pacific islands of Baja, Baja California, and Baja Sur.
The word “vampire” is derived from the Spanish word for “wolf.”
While they are often found roaming the streets of the urban jungle of South America, most people associate them with the more primitive, blood-sucking creatures that live in the jungles of Africa.
But in fact, vampires are found throughout the world and even in the tropical rainforests of the Amazon, and they are found in virtually every tropical region.
They are often seen in the shape of a human skull or human form.
The name vampire comes from Latin, meaning “to consume.”
The term also means “wolf,” or “wolf-man.”
These are the first known human-vampire hybrids in the Americas.
Humans, and humans only, have the ability to feed on other animals.
It is the first of a new class of “vampires” that have adapted to living in groups and living in urban environments.
Vampires were the result of evolution by natural selection.
In the 19th century, people began to experiment with human blood.
Some were bitten and turned into vampires.
Some became “wolf” or “hunter-gatherers.”
In other cases, the person was not bitten and became a vampire.
By the time of the Enlightenment, humans had developed ways of eating and eating.
They were not interested in hunting, but instead were hunting.
They could eat human flesh and still live.
The first known vampire in South Africa was named B.T.M. van Zyl, who was bitten in 1869 by a British farmer.
He became a “wolf in sheep’s clothing.”
He died in the hospital, but was resurrected by the villagers.
When he was revived in 1897, he was a “vampiric” and became known as the “voodoo” or devil-man.
He lived in a castle called the “Voodoo Castle” until it was burned down in 1916.
He was believed to be the son of a vampire hunter, who had become infected by a German man and then killed his own wife.
He went on to become a minister in a church.
In 1917, he began to travel widely.
In 1925, he went to England to find the “king of vampires” in London.
This was not a “wolves paradise,” but rather an evil-doer’s paradise.
The King’s secret identity was a priest named Samuel Taylor Coleridge, who came to London in a carriage and was met by a group of “Vampyre” villagers, who killed him and the “wolf man.”
It was this group of people who later claimed that they had discovered the “King’s true form.”