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1.Vampire myths go back thousands of years and occur in almost every culture around the world. However, the vampires we are familiar with today, although mutated by fiction and film, are largely based on Eastern European myths. The vampire myths of Europe originated in the far East, and were transported from places like China, Tibet and India with the trade caravans along the silk route to the Mediterranean. Here they spread out along the Black Sea coast to Greece, the Balkans and of course the Carpathian mountains, including Hungary and Transylvania.
2.The most famous vampire was Count Dracula. Count Dracula was not real. He was a character in a story by Bram Stoker, but he was based on a real man named Vlad Tepes.
Vlad Tepes was a prince in the 1500s. He ruled a land called Transylvania in eastern Europe. He was not a vampire, but he was an evil man who killed his enemies by putting stakes through them. His subjects called him Dracula, which means “son of the devil”.
3. It needs fresh blood to stay alive. It gets blood by biting the neck of a sleeping victim. It does not drink all the person’s blood all at once. It comes back night after night. At last, the victim dies. Then the victim becomes a vampire, too. Because vampires are evil, they are frightened by anything holy. They also do not like garlic or sunlight. There is only one way to kill a vampire. You must find him in his coffin, and you must drive a stake through his heart.
However, even among the Eastern European countries there is a large variety of vampires.