5. Forums on some older sites pre-dating the vampiric community
Sashas Real Vampires
discussion snake pit (x) at
A Theory on Real Vampirism
(x). Frequented by proportionately more real-vampires than any of the other
message boards in this older-sites category. The message board itself is
new (as of August 1998), although Sasha's site was founded in summer 1997.
Sasha has participated on other vampire message boards since April 1997.
Some information and advice regarding postings on
1. Before posting a message of your own, spend a few hours reading other
posts to get a feel for what kind of discussion is expected on a particular
message board. The different MB's vary in style and focus. Also, read other
documents on the site which hosts the board. In addition, if you are unfamiliar
with the topic of real-life vampirism, read the articles on
these sites first. Curious newcomers are welcome
on most boards, but please don't post totally ignorant questions or
2. Except on the Ad Posting Board at Vampire Classifieds, do not post personal
ads of any kind on the message boards, which are intended for discussion,
not ads. Personal ads are welcome at the following sites, among others:
Click here for a listing of vampire personal
3. It is especially not a good idea to post requests to
be "turned" or "embraced." That is a good way to make yourself very unpopular
very fast with the online vampire crowd.
Click here for some explanations of
4. "(nmb)" means "no message body," i.e. the message consists of only a title
line. Recommended practice for one-line messages.
5. In the event that several different message boards are all down at the
same time, that's because most of them are on either disc.server.com or
InsideTheWeb. It does not mean that the message boards no longer exist.
More advice will appear here as I myself learn more.