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Unknown blood by Chika

[Reviews - 8] starstarstarstarhalf starPrinter
Summary: After meeting an old man on the boardwalk, David is startled to realize that the man is his son. He reflects on that time, when he became a vampire.
Rated: PG-13
Categories: David, Original Character Characters: David, Dwayne, Max, OC: Female, OC: Male, OCs: Multiple
Genres: Character Reflection, Romance
Pairing(s): David/Original Character
Warnings: None
Challenges: None
Series: Origins
Chapters: 7 Completed: Yes
Word count: 20679 Read: 12745
Published: 05 Jan 2009 Updated: 14 Feb 2009
Story Notes:
The hotel's name is fictional, as is Emily. Starts in 1986, then flashes back. Also, I suck at summaries. So don't let that deter you.

DISCLAIMER: I do not own The Lost Boys, any related merchandise. This is purely for entertainment purposes, and all trademarks of the Lost Boys are owned by Warner Bros.

1. Disapproved by Chika [Reviews - 3] starstarstar (1440 words)

2. The match by Chika [Reviews - 1] starstarstarstarhalf star (2228 words)
Thanks again to Python, who reminded me of a few things. Hopefully, I've made the mistakes a little smaller here. This chapter's dedicated to her, with my thanks!

3. Lilies and ink by Chika [Reviews - 1] starstarstarstarstar (1886 words)
Just to clear one thing up: From my studying, when a young woman wore her hair up in this period, it was because "Loose, uncut hair is seen both as a symbol of virginity and a symbol of promiscuity..... The girl in Edwardian England who put up her hair to signify that she had reached maturity was symbolically offering her virginity in the marriage market."
(Quote from fashion-era.com)

4. A drink of blood by Chika [Reviews - 0] (3846 words)

5. Brother by Chika [Reviews - 0] (3027 words)
DISCLAIMER: Dracula belongs to Bram Stoker. Carmilla belongs to Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu.

6. The kill by Chika [Reviews - 1] starstarstarstarstar (4285 words)

7. Epilogue: Meeting by Chika [Reviews - 2] starstarstarstarhalf star (3967 words)
Bump off: To murder
Hooch: Bootleg (illegal) alcohol. Alcohol was prohibited through the early twenties.

Well, this is the end. I hope you all enjoyed it. :3 I've learned a lot writing it-know more than I ever wanted to about health corsets and shaving at the turn of the century and early toasters-but it's definitely been worth it. This is the story that I've had the most fun writing, so it's been the only one I've yet completed. And since you aren't here to listen to my babble, I'll stop talking so you can get on reading!