Monday, October 27, 2008

Halloween Allows Vampires To Finally Come Out

WESTMINSTER, Calif. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Halloween (Oct. 31) is a time when vampires can finally come out of the casket.

Michael Bloom, a man who writes dark poetry while dressed as a vampire, says Halloween season is a happy time for Draculas because they can be open about their dark, freaky lifestyle.

He says, “It’s a time of year when we can get away with wearing our gothic finery. People usually think we’re in a play or part of a Renaissance Fair.”

Bloom also says he’s more likely to drive around in his hearse, with his spare casket in the back, and recite gruesomely amorous poetry to his lady love in front of the world.

He says, “Halloween is more romantic for us than Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14) because we can act on our true nature. We read our romantic poetry in intimate venues. It’s wonderful.”

Though Bloom is letting his secret sinister self loose, he draws the line at drinking a pint of blood, especially during the day at work.

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