I thought of doing research on vampires ever since a strange incident I had back in 1991. I believe that I met a real vampire, not a psychic. When I first saw this guy, the word “vampire” screamed in my head. It was weird, and I thought it was my imagination.
The next couple of days, I thought of the scream that I “heard” inside my head and wanted to use a mirror to see if he had a reflection. Apparently, he read my mind, and saw that I didn’t pose a threat. We spent a few weeks just basically talking, and he was trying to hint at me about what he was, but I was too afraid to come out and just ask him. He told me about being alive over 400 years ago, not being able to go into the sunlight, etc. He basically told me that he was a vampire without using the word vampire itself.
One day, after knowing him for about a month, I go home and the next day, I woke up with a funny type of memory loss. I remembered everything clearly for the last two weeks, except that the memories about him were almost like a blur. It was like trying to remember something from ten years ago, or trying to remember a dream. As the day went on, my memories of him became clearer and I regained full memory as the day wore on. When I went back to where I was spending time with him, he was gone. I believe that he had hypnotized me to forget about him. It was kinda weird how I’m going to remember everything of the day before except for him. It’s a also a possibility that I was able to retain the memories because I had a strong mind. Who knows?
There were three real vampire encounters here in New York that were documented by authorities. The first one was released to the public, it happened around late 70’s or early 80’s and the second one was classified and sent to the Feds to be investigated. The third one was also partially released to the public.
The first one goes like this: A guy gets hit by an ambulance and thrown like 30 to 40 feet in a crowded intersection. There was an ambulance already there at the intersection waiting for the light. All they had to do was open the door and put the guy in the ambulance. They get him to the hospital where he refused all treatment, including blood work and X-rays. He wanted to leave, but he was surrounded by hospital staff and other patients in the ER. He even refused to give his name. They put him in a private room with a nurse outside. He refused all food and water as well.
An elderly couple come to visit him carrying very heavy army duffle bags, they leave later without the duffle bags. An ER tech comes to pick up patient for X-rays, he goes with the X-rays, tech, nurse goes into the room to find out what they brought into the duffle bags to him. She goes into the bathroom and finds a bunch of blood donation bags on the floor, mostly empty, she turns around and runs out of the room, the wheelchair is there with the orderly sitting in it, with fang holes on his neck. She screams and armed security guard comes running (this was the secure floor). He flashes fangs at guard, and the guard shoots. The bullets did absolutely nothing to him. He then jumps out of the window, which was like 15 - 20 stories above the ground and actually runs off like nothing ever happened to him.
This was documented on Beyond Belief, Fact or Fiction as a true story. The nurse took an early retirement.
Sent in by Marisol, Copyright 2010