(1) The vampire fed and fed, until finally, there was no blood left in his young body.(2) She would have to have bitten me four times before I became a vampire .(3) Ask anyone and they will tell you that to protect yourself from a vampire you will require: garlic, a crucifix, holy water, and a nice big, pointy stake.(4) It was not her first time allowing a vampire to feed on her blood.(5) A newly resurrected female vampire and her undead family prey on the staff and pupils of an Austrian finishing school.(6) She knew he'd get himself killed if he fought this powerful vampire alone.(7) They found a coffin and when they opened it up, a vampire jumped out and drank their blood.(8) There was a female vampire standing there holding Scott like he was a rag doll.(9) vampire film(10) There are two ways to kill a vampire in the immortal world.(11) Among folk beliefs are various practices to prevent a corpse from becoming a vampire .(12) He picked up the sword and swung, connecting with the vampire 's neck.(13) A younger female vampire bounded up to him.(14) He is the perpetually hungry scholar, too desiccated by poverty to return her love, a vampire preying on her bountiful spirit.(15) Why spend time talking when you could be more useful slaying vampires ?(16) Though they seem nice, they are actually power-hungry vampires , who manipulate you once you let your guard down.
(1) vampire bat :: муши паррон vampire
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Different Formsvampire, vampires
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