Vampire Myths Quiz
You may be surprised, and somewhat concerned at the number of beliefs about vampires that are purely modern conjecture! 10 Questions.
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What effect does sunlight have on a vampire?
Their skin turns silvery
They experience temporary blindness
They lose their strength
They lose their balance
What is the effect when a vampire looks into a mirror?
Inability to see other vampires
Inability to see their victims
Inability to see themselves
No real effect
In medieval times, vampires were able to walk around in sunlight amongst other people with no ill effect. When did the myth of a sunlight effect arise?
Which vampire myth probably arose as a result of 17th century exhumations?
Vampires can turn into bats
Vampires prey on virginal women
Vampires sleep in coffins
Holy water burns their skin and flesh
What is thought to have led to the belief that vampires can fly?
Discovery of the Vampire Bat
Flocks of rooks in graveyards
Their ability to run very fast
"Witness" accounts that they can leap over 20 foot fences.
What is the most effective way to kill a vampire?
Stake through the heart
Tie garlic around their neck
Why does a vampire not die when a stake is driven through the heart?
The heart is impervious
They have no blood
Their blood is circulated by skeletal muscles
Their skin cannot be pierced
What was the source of the idea that a vampire could be repelled, or killed by a cross?
Poor translation from Romanian language
Inability to cross running water
A vampire committed suicide while attempting “The Times Crossword"
Why does Garlic not work on vampires?
They simply luuuurve garlic
It only momentarily affects their sensitive noses
They develop immunity
They have no sense of smell
Sleep well, all the foregoing is probably also a myth as the information came from which unverified source?
"The White House"
"Federal Vampire and Zombie Agency"
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