The Vampire of New Orleans, Jacques Saint Germain

What makes New Orleans so special is the nightlight, charm, culture and so much history. It is one of the unique cities in the U.S.A. However, it is also considered one of the most haunted cities in the U.S.A. It has always been related to ghosts, vampires, and spirits. The city has always been submissive towards the paranormal activity which encircles it. In the list of all the ghosts and vampires, the most enigmatic creature to roam the streets of New Orleans is Jacques Saint Germain.
Jacques Saint Germain is a controversial figure in the history of the New Orleans. He was descendent of Comte de Saint-Germain, and it is not quite clear when he was born because the reports from the historical records have reported a similar man in 1600s, 1700s, and to the time of Christ. Comte was considered a successful alchemist and his research was for achieving immortality. During the 1700s, he traveled Europe and said to be fluent in six different languages. His unmatchable abilities and knowledge lead him to continuous marveling the elite of Europe.

He was regarded as a man who never dies. Despite the records of his death, he was reported to be seen all over the Europe. Jacques Saint Germain came to New Orleans in 1902 from France and invited the city’s elite for a special feast. He fed them a delicious menu yet didn’t eat a bite himself. He kept on drinking the red drink which people disguised as wine. He came into attention again when he kidnapped a woman from a local pub, and his vampire tendencies towards blood forced him to hold the woman with an alarming speed and biting her neck vigorously to drink blood.

As a matter of luck, the woman was saved when a friend started to pound on the door and distracted Jacques enough for the woman to break away. When police visited the same room, they found stains of blood everywhere but couldn’t find the vampire. It has been reported numerously that a mysterious figure known as Jack is still at