In this episode of “Seekers of the Supernatural”, Tony Spera and Ed and Lorraine Warren recount the tales of three vampires and places they have experienced, as they answer the questions, ‘Do vampires really exist?’ or, ‘Is it Hollywood fantasy?’ Ed and Lorraine share stories from their vast experience investigating cases of the supernatural; including the ones related here involving real-life vampires.
Ed explains the fascinating details of how what we call human vampires transpire and ‘live’. Watch and learn as Ed describes how people can hallucinate and imagine themselves to be a vampire, thus taking on that role. Combined with a supernatural ability to travel with the astral body while feeding the physical body through the silver cord that attaches the two, vampires are able to keep their physical bodies alive by securing nourishment through blood obtained by the astral body and teleported via the silver cord to the physical body.
Seem impossible? Watch and see the real-life, well-documented cases of such occurrences. From Whidbey Abbey in England to North Woodstock, Vermont, the Warrens recount the examples of these phenomena, as they have seen it themselves and as documented in official records. The Warrens follow in the footsteps of such noted vampire specialists as Sir Devendra Prasad Varma, Ph.D., Honorary Vice-President of the Vampire Research Society. They continue a tradition that began with the original Count Dracula of Transylvania and share some of this fascinating tale as well. Through their usual, casual style other stories are discussed in this episode, such as the Loch Ness Monster and Stonehenge, each with their own unique stories, that they have either experienced first-hand or were related directly to the Warrens, in this unique episode of “Seekers of the Supernatural”.