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Jan 23 2012 3:52pm

Kresley Cole and Paul Marron pose on Bourbon StreetImmortals exist in Louisiana! And I can prove it.

Exhibit A: This photo, taken on Bourbon Street. We see an innocent bystander in the middle, accosted by what must be a drunken Libation Demoness swilling demon brew on the left—and a mesmerizingly gorgeous vampire on the right, who bears an uncanny resemblance to Lothaire the Enemy of Old (or perhaps cover model sensation Paul Marron).

Note that the two beings on the sides are the only ones with changeable eyes. Clearly, the unfortunate guy in the middle is terrified, imitating what we can only surmise is an ancient vampiric “gang signal” in an attempt to placate his captors and escape being drained.

My understanding is that this poor bystander made it off Bourbon Street unscathed physically, but deeply emotionally scarred....

[Don’t stop now...]