Michelle (29), a tattoo artist by trade, admits to being a ‘real life’ vampire, drinking a quart of blood every day.
NDJ World | Published: Mar 16 2013 Horror File
Michelle was featured in the final episode of the popular TV series “My Strange Addiction”. She confessed to drinking pig’s blood every day and says she has been drinking blood since she was 19 years old.
“Blood is to me as important as water and I usually get in a very bad mood when I don’t get my blood,” Michelle says.
“I love to drink blood while I read, paint, relax or watch TV. There is never a bad time to drink blood.”
Michelle, who hails from California, is so addicted to drinking blood, she can’t begin the day without a swig of the ‘vampire’ potion.
“First thing I do when I wake up in the morning is have a glass of blood,” the ‘vampire’ lady admits.
“It gives me energy,” says the tattoo lady. Michelle says she doesn’t just drink the blood, she also cooks with it and mixes it in her food.
She says she loves Blood Mary drinks as long as they are made with real blood.
Michelle says her favorite blood is pig’s blood because it is saltier than cow’s blood.
What does drinking blood taste like?
According to Michelle, drinking blood is just like drinking wine. “It’s in the same genre,” she says.
The ‘vampire lady’ has consumed over 900 gallons of blood so far, enough to full up a bath tub 23 times.
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