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Horror-scopes: It's no surprise Dracula was a Sagittarius

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Devoted lover and loves to travel, Dracula is all Saggi

No one knows exactly when Bram Stoker’s Dracula was born/spawned/emerged/shape shifted from bat to man, but historical records claim the man who inspired him, Vlad the Impaler, was born in December.

Applying this to the fictional blood sucker, he would be either a Sagittarius or a Capricorn.

I’ve got him down as a Sagittarius for two main reasons, and for the die-hard fans out there, I’m using Gary Oldman’s portrayal of the Transylvanian troublemaker in the 1992 film as a reference.

Firstly, represented by the symbol of the Archer, Saggitarians are born travellers, physically and mentally.

Dracula was shipped across the world by train, carriage, and boat.

Dracula's love for his wife is eternal

And secondly, when they fall in love with someone their devotion knows no bounds - Dracula’s trip to England was triggered because he thought he had finally found his beloved murdered wife Elisabetta - reborn as Jonathan Harker's wife Mina - after centuries apart.

He also had his hareem of vampire babes, which echoes Cosmo’s claims that he is a bit of a lad.

Dracula and his trio of vampire babes

The mag says: "At the end of the day, he wants nothing more than for you to be the best version of yourself" - perhaps eternally young as you're now undead? TICK.

"If you're looking for a nightly Netflix and chill buddy, you might not be a perfect match for a Sagittarius boy" - UNLESS you can spoon in a coffin, TICK.

"Appreciate the impromptu lifestyle he lives, where you can enjoy every date as a surprise, and every moment spent together will feel like an adventure" - just as well if you have to spend all eternity with him looking for victims/dinner - TICK.

Would YOU date a vampire? The chances are you already know a few... of the emotional variety.

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