A lawsuit has been filed against a New York City high school for failing to prevent the a vampire attack on three girls who attended the school.
According to the New York Post, a vampiress savagely sank her teeth into the girl's necks in a series of bizarre bloodlettings.
One of the victims told the Post that the vampiress drew blood from the girl's neck and face, leaving disfiguring teeth marks on her jaw line and throat:
In an interview, Melendez said she was waiting near the school for a bus ride home when the girl "started slashing my face with something sharp, and she bit me" for no reason.
"She was trying to get my jugular vein. I couldn't even believe it was going on," she said, adding her attacker dragged her down to the ground. "There was blood flowing all over my face. My skin was in her mouth, and she wouldn't let go," Melendez said. "She just bites like crazy - she eats your flesh. For some reason, she just likes to bite."
She was able to push off the crazed teen, who fled, leaving Melendez bleeding profusely from cuts and bites on her face and neck. She also suffered a broken finger.
The vampire attack left the victim fearful, tormented by nightmares and in need plastic surgery to restore her face:
"I don't like to be alone," she said. Even sleep is no respite, she said, because of a nightmare in which a crazed attacker "is biting me everywhere."
This story is eerily reminiscent of Elizabeth Kostova's book "The Historian."