Forget Twilight and True Blood – this lady is a genuine life vampire who drinks half a gallon of human blood every month.
Rather than vital low in Transylvania, mum-of-two Julia ‘Dark Rose’ Caples feeds on her chase – her fiancee – from her home in suburban Pennsylvania.
The 50-year-old compares the prodigy of celebration blood to an ‘explosion of passionate energy’, and her lifestyle has seen her assemble a cult following of supposed online worshippers.
Julia said: ‘I’m one of the strange creators of what is now famous as the vampire community.
‘I was the vampire luminary [in the 1990s] that trafficked all over the world, doing all kinds of TV shows – we don’t consider anybody really approaching that what we was really [a vampire] was really real.’
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Last year, we suggested the disturbing reality of life inside the vampire community, which is a distant cry from the glorious of vampires on TV shows and movies.
But Julia wants to mangle down the stigmas compared with celebration blood, and has offering a glimpse into her life around the Wizard of Odd TV.
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She claims she has been kidnapped by cults and chased by vampire hunters during her connection with the subterraneous community.
She said: ‘This is actually the life.
‘When we splash blood, it’s an blast of passionate appetite and sexuality.
‘I mix the appetite of sex with the blood-drinking, and it’s like this cone of appetite and appetite – that is its aphrodisiac.
‘Growing up it was positively something banned and it really still is, but it’s my goal to find others like myself who are innate this way.
‘They don’t need to go by what we went through, they don’t need to be hurt.’
Many of Julia’s worshippers proffer for her to splash their blood – but the knowledge is one that she only shares with her fiancee.
She added: ‘I’ve been run out of city and even lost jobs – I’ve been fired over and over again, since with the internet they can find you by googling you.
‘My life hasn’t been easy, but this is who we am.’