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Lamia is a character from Greek mythology. She was a queen of Libya and become a demon who eat, devour children. She was described as a serpentine, or just having serpent’s tail below waist or snake skin wrapped around her arms and waist. Lamia was a mistress of God Zeus. His wife Hera became jealous, turned Lamia into an immortal monster and killed her children.
Strigoi, also known as vampires, are beings from Romanian mythology. It is believed that they have superhuman speed and strength, shapeshift ability, immortality, astral projection, and invisibility. Strigoi can manifest as a poltergeist, a troublesome ghost. Strigoi are considered lethargic and drowsy during day and active during the night. They attack their victims during the night leaving teeth marks on the corpses.
Chedipe is a witch-vampire from folklore stories in India. The word chedipe means prostitute. Chedipe was seductress who brings impurity into the home. She was believed to wound or have a sexual affair with sleeping man victim which resulted of wife's suspicion of infidelity. By legend she visited houses at night, naked, had hypnotic power, cast a spell on the house residents and suck blood from men from their toes.
Baobhan sith is a character from Scottish mythology also called the White Women of the Scottish Highlands. She is a beautiful seductress and blood-sucking fairy who prey by night on young travelers in secluded areas. She is one of the oldest vampires. These creatures can be found in natural settings and forests.