My theory about Mystic Falls
This is really me jumping to conclusions...
1.Katherine said to Pearl, 'Mystic Falls is our home,'
Katherine was born in Bulgaria so Mystic Falls very rightly isn't her hometown.
2.Kevin said that we'll find out why Mystic Falls keeps drawing supernatural creatures.
Here is my theory.
It is either where the Aztec curse was made or it is where the first vampires, The Originals, and the first werewolves were made.
Very far fetched this one, but maybe it was a Bennet ancestor who was there when the curse was laid and maybe Tyler Lockwood is descended from the original werewolf.
Huge jump, right? I might as well have added that it must be a vampire who's a descendant of the original vampire, but that is practically impossible, unless Klaus too fathered a child before he was turned.
Either way, I think Mystic Falls is where the curse will be broken or at least they'll try to conduct the sacrifice there.
Yes, yes, 1492, she was turned into 1492... Rose gave Katherine her blood so that Katherine's wounds would heal and then after she woke up after hanging herself, Rose tried to drive a stake through Katherine's heart but then Katherine was faster and used the old woman to block her and had her first taste of human blood, completing the transformation.
I don't know.. Maybe Klaus told her how to become vampire..
I think Katherine found out somehow from watching the 'nobles' she hung out with and maybe Trevor told her what he knew. Klaus could have told her but I don't think he really told her, who wants to tell the sacrifice the way to escape? Trevor was in love with Katherine and he would have done anything to save her. I so want Trent Ford to come back.
Xoxodanielle, I think there needs to be a certain amount of vampire blood in the system before you get killed and then die and officially become a vampire. For some, it takes a lot. Like Stefan and Damon drank from Katherine a lot, before they were shot and then completed their own transformations. But, Caroline, I think only had Damon's blood to save her.... (The Return)
Jeremy does have Anna's blood in him but I think the writers are going to keep him human for a while. The minute one of the major characters gets turned into a vampire, the higher the chances of that character dying soon.
Jeremy took quite a lot, I think, it was a small bottle of blood.