Today we are host at Count Dracula mightful but dreadful castle… We hope to stay alive at the end of the ointerview but what encourages us is that we are three journalists and together with us, there’s also Mr Bram Stoker, the author of the famous novel…

Journalist 1: Mr. Bram Stoker and Count Dracula, I would like to ask you a few questions, may I?

Bram Stocker: Sure.

Count Dracula: Yes, but quick that I am very thirsty.

Journalist 1: Ok, I’ll be quick. Mr. Bram Stoker, before this interview I inquired about you and came to know about your hereditary disease, which appeared at the age of 8; do you want to talk about it?

Bram Stoker: There is not much to tell, Porphyria is a disease, which has as symptoms the impediment of getting up and the difficulty in walking. To benefit from this at the age of 50 I started composing the infamous story of Count Dracula.

Journalist 2: I am very sorry for what you have been through, now if you do not mind I would like to interview the Count. Do You Mr Dracula want to talk to me about you?

Count Dracula: Well what can I say! I live in an old English castle with very dark atmospheres and I continually need human blood to feed me. My life is not very exciting because I only go out at night, as I can’t stand the sunlight.

Journalist 3: What kind of vampire do you think you are?

Count Dracula: I consider myself a very haughty, cunning and selfish vampire.

All Journalists: Thank you both for answering our questions. See you later!

Count Dracula: Goodbye!

Bram Stoker: Goodbye!

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