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It’s no secret I love to play games, I also love some of the little bits come along with it, and one of those little gems is the Children of Goldshire. Goldshire is the fictional settlement outside of the human city of Stormwind. The game is World of Warcraft and it’s a massive multi-player game.

There is one house with some particularly creepy children, at 7am server time they wander out around the Elwynn Forest and stop in pentagram formation. They despawn at 8pm server time and then come back again the following day.

They are also labelled Creepy Children or Demon Children of Goldshire, there are six of them and never go past where the river meets Mirror Lake. Their names are Cameron, John, Jose, Lisa, Dana and Aaron. Once they finish their little tour and stand in the bedroom a random sound will then be heard.

The sounds that can be heard are –

a banshee screaming, a ghoul’s call or C’thun (a god on the world based on the H P Lovecraft mythos) saying “You… will… die” or “Death is Close.” They all sound pretty creepy!

If you stand in the middle of the kids in the house and check your add-on with a quest helper add-on it will tell you that you are 666 points from the Stormwind border.

Below is one of my video’s of the event before the latest expansion but you can still go there now and see them, a screenshot is below of the children as I found them. Creepy!

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An iconic part of the vampire, two of them, good at biting into necks and often seen brandished in horror movies. Some look rather sexy and discreet, others are so large the vampire has to have an adapted physiology or learn to blend in with badly bred white trash/Chav’s…

The image below (google search) shows someone suffering a medical condition called hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia. This is a genetic disease but one of the signs is that a majority of the teeth may be shorter and blunter than others. In some this is possibly the distinctive canine look.

All well and good but what if you were bitten by one? Surely that’s not the only reason the bite marks look so strange?

Well allow me to try with another part of it, those bitten by vampires have not always become vampires but perhaps a person who is ill walking about with fang marks might be reason for concern? They may also be suffering a skin condition, such as the one below known as pemphigus vulgaris. To a peasant in the 18th Century such marks were not a skin condition but the signs that a blood-sucker was on their way around the area!