The Immortal – Exclusive Report Of Vampire Life
Lady Vampire Lives Normal Life
A Mexican Lawyer Became Vampire
Mary Jose Cristerna is a former lawyer from Guadalajara, Mexico, who, after many sessions of tattoos and body modification, known as The Vampire Women in Mexico. She took these photos because the museum of oddities Want to Believe will make a statue of his body in size and they needed the photos for reference
The museum staff has warned that the statue will require many modifications and therefore there is no deadline for it to be ready
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Those responsible for the museum say they will make not one but five different statues of the vampire – one from each museum attraction. And all these statues will be modified each time the vampire make a new tattoo
Finally Achieved Goal And Became Immortal
For her, to receive such an honor is a huge honor. She says that, as a vampire, she finally reached her goal and became immortal
Such A Heart Attack Look
Despite the impression that your appearance can cause, the vampire takes a completely normal life. She wakes in the morning, take their children to school, chat with the parents of their colleagues, and then back home to make breakfast for her husband before leaving for your tattoo studio
Killer But Still Cool Pose
Bruce Miller, a sculptor who works for the museum, thinks it’s her head that will take more work – especially the hair, which are long and full of cornrows
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