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Vampire Donor

A donor is someone who willingly gives blood to a vampire. Before a donor starts an agreement with a vampire, he/she must make sure to sit down and talk with the vampire- find out how much and how often the vampire needs to feed. You want to make sure that you do not give more […]

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Blood Lust

Some individuals can become excited at the sight of fresh blood. In 1857, a 24-year old vine dresser named Ledger murdered a 12-year old girl in the woods. He admitted that he drank her blood, mutilated her genitals, tore out and ate part of her heart, and buried her remains. Ledger talked about this without […]

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Digesting Blood

If a vampire is supposed to survive exclusively on blood and consume it without vomiting, it makes since that they must adapt to a specific digestive process. Looking at leeches and vampire bats, the idea is plausible. In order to store blood for slow digestion, leeches secrete an antibiotic into its digestive system to prevent […]

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Reasons Why People Drink Blood

Since primitive times, mankind has been known to drink blood, especially in religious rituals. Mongolian warriors would ingest animal blood as a source of food; even today, some Masai of Tanzania still practice this, using the blood to supply nutrition to their bodies while they travel. The body is only able to digest small amounts […]

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Bloodletting

Bloodletting is a medical practice that was used as a way to purify the blood from evil. Sometimes, it meant draining the blood from the body, while some cultures used leeches to suck it out. This practice was not always effective as a cure, but it was still a common practice among many cultures. The […]

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Porphyria

Porphyria is a term used to describe a variety of blood disorders related to the iron-rich molecule found in hemoglobin (heme). Heme carries oxygen to the body, so when it is not produced correctly, porphyrins can build up in the body, which can lead to porphyria. There are many types of porphyria, but there are […]

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