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Is Nicolas Cage a Vampire?

Updated on September 20, 2011

Actor Nicolas Cage is one of Hollywood’s hottest stars but recently a more bizarre story has surfaced concerning the popular Oscar-winning actor.

According to an eBay seller that goes by the name of Jack Mord, Cage is a vampire.

Mord is selling a Civil War photo of man that has an eerily resemblance to Cage on eBay for $1 million. In looking at the photo, the resemblance is uncanny.

Mord believes that Cage is “some sort of walking undead/vampire, et cetera, who quickens/reinvents himself once every 75 years or so" and that "150 years from now, he might be a politician, the leader of a cult, or a talk show host."

He insists that the photo is original and has not been photo shopped in any way and that any serious potential buyer has the option of having a photo expert examine the photo to prove it before any money is paid.

As interesting a story as this may be, in various polls, the majority of people actually believe that Cage is a vampire. Unbelievable!

This is ridiculous!

Vampires are a great story and make movies and novels interesting, but there are just no facts that they actually exist in our world. If they did, I am sure that we would have heard of them by now. After all, we all know how much the media would love to show us and tell us about dead bodies showing up with two fang marks and all of their blood drained out.

In addition, I am sure that just about everyone, if they had the time and the resources, could find a historical picture of someone that resembles them.

My take is that the man in the Civil War photo is a relative of Cage’s and that is where the similarity comes in, not that it is actually Cage and that he is a vampire or some sort of an undead.

As similar as the two men are, there are some slight differences if you look closely.

The ears are a bit different as the Civil War photo man has more protruding ears then Cage does.

As much as the nose is practically identical, the man in the older photo has a slightly crooked nose at the base where as Cage does not.

Cage also has more of a receding hairline then the man in the older photo and the overall shape of the head varies as Cage has a more oval shaped head while the man in the older photo has more of an egg shaped head.

I’m still sticking with the possibility that the man in the older photo is a great great grandfather or uncle.

After all, if Cage was a vampire, how can he see his reflection in a mirror?


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