NEW YORK, NY – A real-life vampire has come out of the coffin to educate the public on vampire lifestyle!
Actress Seregon O’Dassey is feartured in a new series called “Vampires Revealed”. The show takes a look at the lives of three people who follow the vampire lifestyle.
O’Dassey has appeared in number of independent horror films, but it is her vampire confessions that are getting her attention.
O’Dassey is a part of the New York City vampire scene, which consists of a number of houses or orders. These houses make up a type of government, which has levels of varying power. Those who do not participate in court systems are called ‘ronin’, the Japanese term for masterless samurai.
The actress is coming out before Halloween because she wants to dispel with the usual stereotypes. Those in the scene have regular every-day lives, working as lawyers, nurses and accountants!
“We don’t go around attacking people and biting their necks, and we don’t sleep in coffins. We might have them in our houses—I know people who do—but they’re just for decoration, and we don’t live the way people think we do. I believe they’ll be interested to find out that despite how they view us, they really just have no idea.”
For instance, O’Dassey doesn’t constantly drink blood. Instead, she does it only two or three times a month, and only with her long-term boyfriend. “You have to know the person, trust the person.”
And she recommends only tasting a few drops, as blood is actually a laxative!
While she has kept her second life somewhat secret due to trying to have a mainstream acting career, she says any close friends or family already know and have accepted it. O’Dassey explains, “There’s a really good interview with my mom, which will probably make you chuckle a little because she says she always thought I was a little weird. But my mom’s my best friend, she always has been.”
To find out more, catch “Vampires Revealed” on Comcast On Demand’s Paranormal TV channel all this month.