“Oh Jun, that was hilarious! No, not everyone that is here is a part of the occult, otherwise you wouldn’t be able to come to this school. Now come into my office and I promise I won’t bite you, I’m not into boys (although your taste isn’t too bad but I promised my wife I wouldn’t without her permission and the participants and I obviously don’t have yours).” He gave me a glimmering smile and opened a door on the far wall. “Come on into my humble office.” I passed him slowly into the room damn, I should have guessed he was a vampire. “Now, because you are human I have to give you some warnings. Don’t egg people on here because things can get bad. I am assuming your parents don’t-”
“My Mom can see the dead but that is her extent. As far as I know Dad doesn’t know anything, and you don’t need to worry. I’m practically an exorcist so if something goes wrong I can usually get myself out of a bind. My glasses usually cause me some troubles though because they make others feel uncomfortable if they aren’t human, or just human.” He came around behind me after closing the door and sat down at his polished oak desk.
“I can feel that. I’m sure the other students can as well. Well, I have your time table here and the only other advice I can give you is that you can trust the teachers here. I know you must have weariness towards our kind Jun, but not all of us are bad.” I gave him the look of a wounded deer.
“I’m sorry, but I’m not sure if I can trust you. I’ve had too many bad experiences. Believe me, you aren’t the only one who wants to believe you.” I turned and opened his door and headed back into the main office.