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Even a bo staff might not help
against four vampires.
Base: London, Ontario, Canada
Date/Time: 7/22/12, 4:00 a.m. (approx.)
Incident: I was on my way home when I decided to take a short cut through one of my favorite forests, Meadowlily Woods. As I walked, I kept seeing this figure darting across the path in front of me. I thought my eyes were playing tricks on me. All of a sudden, I'm surrounded by four or five men who seemed to have come out of nowhere. I had my bo staff on me at the time and I managed to knock two of them off balance, but one of the others grabbed me from behind and another ripped the staff out of my hands and threw it aside. They pinned me against the tree for what seemed like 10 minutes, but was probably only a few seconds. I looked at one of these things and its eyes were completely bloodshot, its pupils dilated.
All of a sudden, it started screeching and backing off. Then I noticed it was on fire, and this girl appeared out of nowhere. Within seconds, the girl had made them all burst into flames just by delivering palm strikes to their chests. I lunged for my bo staff and the next thing I knew the girl was gone, just as suddenly as she had appeared. I ran out of the forest and all the way home.
I went back the next day to find nothing!
I haven't been able to sleep since then. Can you explain what I saw? I know the ones that attacked me were vampires, but the girl keeps running through my head. I want to thank her for saving my life. Whatever she is doesn't matter to me (though I would love to know). I just want her to know that I am eternally grateful.
Comment from Dr. Pecos: First off, walking through the woods alone at night is a bad idea, bo staff or no bo staff. Vampires, zombies and werewolves populate those areas.
Now, as for the woman who immolates vampires with the touch of her hand: I've seen variations of this power in characters from video games, movies and TV shows, and it even appears in an earlier incident report. If this really happened, then it falls under the realm of the supernatural and thus is outside of my area of expertise. I will say that in all my years with the FVZA, I never ran into anyone who could light vampires up this way.