Are Vampires real? Some say they are, Some claims they are not. With their sharp fangs and gothic lifestyle, vampires have become the stuff of legends. However, there are certain individuals who believe that they have dangerous traits of a vampire.
A couple lives in the deepest, darkest of Haverhill, Suffolk, claimed that they are real vampires who feed on each other four times a week. The married couple, Lia Benninghoff and Aro Draven share an unusual lifestyle that will make you cringe because they do share one trait: A thirst for blood.
We all know that vampires feed on Human or Animal blood, but these married vampires claimed that in order to satisfy their thirst, they both feed on each other. They are the kind of vampires who can walk under the sunlight (no daylight ring needed!) and drink human blood at the same time.
Lia met Aro through a dating website on Valentine's day and the two already had each other's eyes, After several months of being together, Aro Draven asked for Lia's bennnighoff hand in marriage, which she happily agreed.It was "love at first bite" for Lia after asking Aro to turn her into a vampire.
Lia said in an interview: "When he explained that blood sharing would bring us closer together, I asked him to turn me."
Come the witching hour at 3 am, Lia had been turned.
She even added, "Aro cut himself with a razor on the back of his arm and then offered me his blood. Then I cut myself and he drank from me too."
"Suddenly I felt the energy rushing through me. It took a day for the transformation to be complete, and afterward, I felt revitalized. It was a magical experience- much more intimate than sex."
To satisfy their thirst for human blood, the couple drink each other's blood four times a week. Aside from that, the couple had also been eating raw steak and consuming a wine glass that is full of pig's blood.
As to why she drinks her husband's blood, Lia answered,"If I don't drink blood, I suddenly start feeling very weak."
But this couple explained to the public that people should not fear their kind of lifestyle. "It's not like we'll be going around biting any person in the street. We only share blood with each other, and we've both had tests done."