There are legends and stories of Vampires throughout the world. They are the mysterious fearful creatures. There are some stories that you can read below.
This is a short but humorous story of a vampire that practically took over the small Aegean island of Kithnos. He was the only vampire left on that island because all the others were destroyed, and the dead had been keep away from the devil by sealing the mouth of the dead with crosses of wax.
This vampire was named Andilaveris. His nightly haunting were not at all the same as those of a regular vampire. He did not attack the living but instead roamed around at night into villages and dined off their food and then destroyed their plates and glasses. His actions were more of an annoyance to the villagers than a life and death threat. His most childish act was standing on top of the roof of a church and urinating on anyone who passed. Luckily he had to stay in his grave on Fridays giving the villagers at least one peaceful night without is presence. Knowing this, a priest, a sexton, and several others opened his tomb and send his body across the water to a deserted island, Daskaleio, where he was trapped and unable to cross through the water.
Morieve, Viscount de
Morieve was living at the time of the French Revolution and instead of being part of the Revolution he hid away from it until it was over. He had the wealth, which was passed though many generations, to hide during the revolution. This caused the peasants to ridicule him. After the Revolution, he had the peasants come to his home, where he chopped off their heads. He did not escape from his actions because shortly he was murdered. Morieve was buried but even after he died his killing seamed to remain. Children disappeared and their bodies were found with slashed throats and all their blood was drained. While Morieves grave was being repaired, the number of murdered children grew to nine per week. The scary torture of children lasted for seventy two years straight. It did not stop until a grandson of Morieve took his title. He had Morieves tomb opened and was surprised to find that Morieve's corpse was completely preserved. He ordered the body to be put though with a whitethorn stake during which blood rushed from the screaming corpse.
The story of Philinnion is more of a love story but does have a little vampire characteristic and takes place in the second century A.D. Philinnion, a young female ghost, returned from the dead to be with her lover Machates. He was staying at her parents house when she returned. No one knew until the nurse saw a women in bed with Machates that looked like Philinnion. She notified Philinnions parents who had also seen the women and believed that she was Philinnion. However they did not disturb them until the morning when they questioned Machates about her. Machates claimed that he did not know that she was dead. Mysteriously, she had left behind the ring, that she had on when she was buried, and the ribbon that was used to tie her body in the grave. The second night when Philinnion appeared, Machates let her parents see their daughter, but to their surprise they were greeted by scolds. Philinnion was disappointed because she only had permission from God to see Machates and now that had to return. Philinnion died again and this time never returning. The familys loss spread though the town. Philinnions tomb was examined and found empty. Later, her body was found by magistrates in her home and was burned.