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‘Why I let my boyfriend drink my blood’: Woman cuts herself with razors for thirsty vampires

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For more than a decade, Blut Katzchen, 28, has travelled across the US to satisfy the bloodlust of men and women who are convinced they need to drink blood to survive

young florist whose boyfriend is a self-proclaimed vampire allows herself to be cut with razors so he can drink her blood.

For more than a decade, Blut Katzchen, 28, has travelled thousands of miles to satisfy the bloodlust of men and women who are convinced they need to drink blood to survive .

Her latest admirer is 44-year-old self styled ‘Vampire King’ Michael Vachmiel who claims her blood gives him the energy he needs to survive.

The two get together a few times a year to perform the ritual.

Blut, from Shreveport, Louisiana, describes herself as a ‘black swan’ which is the term for someone who willingly offers up her blood to drink.

Michael Vachmiel and Blut Katzchen photographed at a fellow vampire's home in Houston

The couple insist the process is clean and consensual

She said: “I have always been entranced with the whole vampire culture since I was very young.

“I found a book on vampires in my sister’s collection and became completely entranced with it.

“It takes a very specific type of mindset to enjoy being a swan – you have to be more submissive and enjoy giving.”

The pair met two years ago at a Vampire Ball in Houston, Texas.

Blut Katzchen photographed at a fellow vampire's home in Houston, TX

Food source: Blut Katzchen allows herself to be feasted on by vampires

Blut said: “You have to have a very strong connection to the person who is feeding off you.

“Michael and I have a very intimate relationship and I trust him completely.”

Unlike in the films, where vampires sink sharp teeth into the necks of struggling victims, Blut insists that the process is very clean, safe, and consensual.

Michael Vachmiel and Blut Katzchen

Michael Vachmiel and Blut Katzchen use suction cups and razors to cut her back so he can drink

She said: “You have to have a very strong connection to the person who is feeding off you. I have specific tools that draw the blood and Michael will drink it from my body.

“The cuts are about an inch long – it doesn’t take a very deep cut to draw the blood.”

She uses a razor blade to make a cut and then uses a set of suction cups to draw the blood out.

Michael the Vampire and his Black Swan Blut

Michael the Vampire and his Black Swan Blut

She said: “We’ll sterilise the area with alcohol and he uses mouth wash before drinking, so its very clean.

“There are some risks involved, but we do everything we can to keep it as clean as possible.

“I’ve been doing this for almost thirteen years and I have never had an STD or blood borne illness scare.

“It’s a release like any other release people seek – if you’re getting something out of it and the drinker is too – then I don’t see a problem with it.

Michael Vachmiel prepares to extract blood from Blut Katzchen at a fellow vampire's home in Houston

Michael Vachmiel prepares to extract blood from Blut Katzchen at a fellow vampire’s home in Houston

“It’s a spiritual thing for me – to be able to give energy to someone even if it’s a small bit is an extremely liberation feeling.”

After making a cut, Blut lays on her stomach and has the blood drawn from her shoulders or back for a few minutes.

She said: “If you drink too much you do get sick – it doesn’t take much blood for Michael to get his energy.”

Michael Vachmiel and Blut Katzchen photographed at a fellow vampire's home in Houston

The pair meet several times a year for Michael to feast on her

Michael, 43, started drinking blood at the young age of 13, and does this type of feeding a few times a year.

He said: “I started drinking blood by accident – it was during an intense sexual act where blood was drawn and touched my lips. At that point it was an awakening.

“Just like a person has a favorite culinary dish, vampires have a favorite spiritual culinary dish.

“There are many ways to get energy, this is a more intimate way and its a ritual for vampires.

“In doing such, we get the energy we need and the donor has their need to submit, so its completely consensual.”

Michael Vachmiel and Blut Katzchen

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Another rare black Leopard spotted in Kenya

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The black leopard spotted near Loisaba Conservancy by biologist Nick Pilfold is the second black panther to be spotted in Laikipia after a similar discovery was recorded by then Nation photojournalist Phoebe Okall in 2013 at Ol Jogi Conservancy.




According to the National Geographic the black leopard captured by Mr Pilfold in 2018 has melanism and the last such sighting was in 1909.

Melanistic leopards have been reported in and around Kenya for decades, but scientific confirmation of their existence remains quite rare,” states National Geographic on their website.

The Kenya-based biologist and his team deployed a set of camera traps throughout the bushlands of Loisaba Conservancy in early 2018.

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It wasn’t long before he got what he was looking for: undeniable proof of a super-rare melanistic leopard.

The juvenile female was spotted traveling with a larger, normally coloured leopard, presumed to be her mother.

National Geographic states the 1909 photograph was taken in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and stored in the collections of the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC.

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Trump vows to end endless wars in Afghanistan

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US President, Donald Trump has loud the US forces for their perseverance in ensuring they hold out terrorist from executing their plans.



He delivers a speech that his administration had accelerated talks for a political settlement in Afghanistan and would be able to reduce U.S. troops there as negotiations advance to end America’s longest war.

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 “Great nations do not fight endless wars,” Trump said in his annual State of the Union address to Congress, in which he also said U.S. troops had nearly defeated Islamic State militants in Syria and it was time to bring them home.

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“Thanks to their bravery, we are now able to pursue a possible political solution to this long and bloody conflict,” Trump said.

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