But a stranger in a strange land, he is no one; men know him not – and to know not is to care not for. I am content if I am like the rest, so that no man stops if he see me, or pause in his speaking if he hear my words, to say, "Ha, ha! a stranger!"

– Bram Stoker

Dracula, Chapter 2. Count Dracula tells his guest and later prisoner Jonathan Harker that he wants to sound and appear exactly like an Englishman when he goes to London. It makes it easier for a vampire to hunt when his prey trusts him.