The Ojai Vampire wan an alleged vampire that moved to Ojai, CA, circa 1890, and set up home near Creek Road.
Appearance: An undead corpse.
Lore: According to local folklore, circa 1890 a European vampire moved to the area of Ojai, CA, and set up home near Creek Road. The vampire was blamed for mysterious animal disappearances, cattle mutilations, and strange disappearances and murders of people. The vampire was dispatched by a local mob who crept up to the monster's stone sarcophagus which was guarded by a black dog. The mob sprayed the hell hound with holy water, causing it to flee. The mob then lifted the lid of the sarcophagus and drove a stake through the heart of the vampire. The vampire troubled the community no more.
According to some forms of the legend, the mob took the remains of the vampire and encased them in a slab of cement. The slab was then hidden in nearby Camp Comfort County Park. To this day there are individuals who claim they know where the remains of the vampire are hidden, It is also still common for people to meet up in groups to attempt to find the location of the vampire's remains or of it's former stone sarcophagus.
Powers: Typical powers associated with vampires.
Defense Against The Ojai Vampire: The Ojai Vampire is no threat as it was killed by a local mob.
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