Real vampires??? Yes, there are people that are considered to be real vampires. Humans consider real vampires to be part of the occult. Most of the real vampires stay underground – meeting up in secret and keeping their identities secret just as werewolves do. But there is a small pocket of real vampires that want to be known – they want to be famous. These vampires have sought out media to make themselves known. Interviews with them have appeared on mystery and discovery shows, and even talk shows such as Oprah. Vampires in general tend to have something of an ego, so it is not surprising that this group of individuals is trying to make themselves known. It should be noted however that not all vampires are comfortable with this level of attention, and those that have come out in public are often ousted from their communities.
Why do humans believe in real vampires? It is interesting that real vampires are accepted into human society alot easier than real werewolves. Humans seem to be able to believe in vampires despite the fact that they drink blood, live forever, and have special powers. But if you ask a human to believe in a werewolf they’ll look at you in confusion and disbelief. Why would a human believe in one but not the other? Especially when werewolves are closer to being human than vampires are?
There are probably a few reasons why there is such a disparity between the two beliefs. The first is probably because vampires look more like humans than werewolves do. Vampires have developed this skill over centuries. In many cases, it is only their eyes which give them away. Werewolves on the other hand transform and resemble humans much less during this process.
Another probably reason why human tend to believe in real vampires and not real werewolves is because they want to. Vampires are portrayed as mysterious and sexy. Werewolves on the other hand are portrayed as violent and ill-tempered. Humans find themselves wanting to believe in real vampires because of the way they feel about them thanks to movies and novels, so are much more willing to accept them when they present themselves.