do humans fear vampires or werewolves?
I found some interesting information being taught in a college class on werewolves vs. vampires. It says that humans are generally more afraid of werewolves than vampires, and that the reason for this is because vampires have a clearly defined purpose and goal – they are out to drain your blood – that is their intention, that is their goal, they are predictable and dependable in that way. Werewolves however do not have a clearly defined purpose – they are unpredictable – humans cannot figure out what they are after – do they want to do them harm? And if so why? They dont just want to drain human blood, they want to terrorize? Humans are unclear on their purpose. It is theorized that this unpredictability is what makes werewolves more frightening to humans than vampires.