In this story we combined 2 myths from our countries. Turkey and Romania
Once upon a time there was a woman who was a photographer. She loved travelling abroad and take pictures of different places, in order to depict the beauty and culture of the country she was in. One day, she decided to travel to Romania and visit the castle of Dracula. There is an old myth where the owner of the castle was a vampire and his name was, Dracula.
The woman didn’t believe in such myths thought. She was a more pragmatic type of person who didn’t believe things without evidence. Once she arrived there, she was immediately captivated by the beauty and began taking pictures. There was a teenager cosplaying as a vampire, a child eating a lolipop while listening to the tour guide and a couple, enjoying a walk around the castle….and of course… she took pictures of them all. Not long after, she had eyes on a very mysterious man sitting under a tree, enjoying it’s shade. She asked for the man’s picture and the man agreed. When she looked at it, the man wasn’t in the picture at all. She jumped at the sight of it and left to go else where. This was not her first time experiencing something so bizarre…Two years ago, she went on a trip to Turkey where she heard the legend of a wolf man, Altay. The turkish people believe they come from him. Altay was a baby when a wolf found him and raised him up, that is why he was called a half-wolf half-human. The woman however did not believe such a thing since she thought it was too unrealistic. Until, the same night she arrived in Turkey, she saw a wolf man on the roof howling to the moon. She however brushed it off and went to sleep, pretending that it was all a dream so she didn’t have to face reality… Nevertheless she knew what she saw deep down…It was the same feeling she felt once she saw the photo of the man…only this time she could not find any more excuses… Maybe there is some truth to these myths after all.