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In fact, the real vampire community in general seems to have appropriated very few of the trappings mainstream culture attaches to creatures of the night.
Many do dress in gothic clothes but certainly not all the time, and very, very few sleep in coffins.
Some were married, some were divorced and some were parents.
Unquestionably, I found the vampires I met to be competent and generally outwardly “normal” citizens.
Our method of communication has evolved and has shifted from moving pens and papers unto moving messages through electronics and the use of world-wide web.
Some identified as heterosexual, some homosexual and some bisexual.
But these people aren’t the stuff of nightmares – far from it actually. I’ve spent five years conducting ethnographic studies of the real vampires living in New Orleans and Buffalo.