University of Western Sydney Associate Professor Adam Possamai, who specialises in sociology of religion, said the growing number of “vampires” was an example of hyper-real religions – new faiths that draw on religion, philosophy and popular culture to create their own beliefs.
He said people had been interested in vampires since the 1970s, particularly the super-human abilities of vampires.
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