By: Lark Moderator / Knowledgeable Jul 21, 2015
Post # 4
Now, as to the original question about vampires.
Vampires do not exist. The stories about vampires come from medieval misunderstanding of the normal processes of death. There are people who claim to be vampires, even to the point of occasionally drinking blood, but they are not real vampires. They are humans who at best are engaged in a form of role-playing and at worst mentally disturbed.
So since vampires don't exist nothing will happen if you go into the sunlight.
Vampires aren't real. There're conditions where people crave blood, such as pica for instance, but vampires from mythology are non-existent. Since they don't exist, the won't burn in the sun. Also, in Bram Stoker's Dracula, which is one of the most infamous vampire novels, vampires did not burn in the sunlight.