Vampirism had been mentioned in tales of many cultures and beliefs even before century such as the Mesopotamians, Hebrew, Ancient Greeks and Romans. There were also many names for vampires in different cultures.
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Throughout history, there have been a number of living people who exhibited vampire-like behavior. The most famous historical vampire was Elizabeth Bathory, a Transylvanian noblewoman who lived from 1560 to 1614. Bathory, who was terrified of aging, became convinced that bathing in blood (and perhaps consuming it) was the secret to maintaining a youthful appearance. To this end, she tortured and killed hundreds of people, mostly young women. Eventually, she was tried for her crimes and imprisoned in a small room in her castle, where she died.
2) Van Hellsing
3 ) Interview With A Vampire
4) Underworld 1,2 and 3.
5) 30 Days of Night
6) Twins Effect (Hong Kong)
7) Blade 1 & 2
8) Count Drakula
Known in some parts of the world as:
The Great Archives Record: An animal-like vampire who can barely speak - everything is actions with this one. It runs with the deer.