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'Vampire woman' Maria Hose Cristerna will be able to scare future generations from beyond the grave as she is about to be immortalised in wax

'Vampire woman' Maria Hose Cristerna will be able to scare future generations from beyond the grave as she is about to be immortalised in wax

She has already achieved a fair amount of notoriety - thanks to her titanium horns, fangs and amazing tattoos.
But now, 'vampire woman' Maria Hose Cristerna will be able to scare future generations from beyond the grave as she is about to be immortalised in wax.
Waxworks of the 35-year-old tattoo artist, from Mexico, will feature at Ripley's Believe It Or Not! attractions around the world.
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'Vampire woman' Maria Hose Cristerna will be able to scare future generations from beyond the grave as she is about to be immortalised in wax
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Waxworks of the 35-year-old tattoo artist, from Mexico, will feature at Ripley's Believe It Or Not! attractions around the world

The 'vampire woman' waxworks will appear at Ripley's Believe It Or Not! museums
The entertainment company has taken the mother-of-four to its headquarters in Florida to make body casts of her.
Maria, who trained as a lawyer and is from a deeply religious family, said: 'It's my vampire dream to be immortal.'
Not surprisingly, Maria's unique look has proved quite a challenge for the sculpting team at Ripley's.

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Lead sculptor Bruce Miller said: 'Her head has been the biggest challenge. 
'She has really long hair - dreadlocks - and we had to hoist them up over a light fixture to keep them out of the way.'
And then there is the small matter of her body embellishments. 

The changing face of Maria Hose Cristerna. Seen left is her marriage photo at the age of 17
Mr Miller's team faces the daunting task of duplicating her intricate tattoos - which cover every inch of her body - as well as the horns, fangs and piercings.
Ripley's is making five statues of the 'vampire woman' - three of them going to the Odditoriums in Veracruz, Mexico City and her home town of Guadalajara.
Edward Meyer, vice-president of exhibits and archives at the company, said: 'Maria is the most unusual woman in the world - certainly the most unusual that I have ever met.'
Maria, who married at the age of 17, said she turned to body art after suffering years of domestic abuse by her ex-husband.


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