No, no, no. All of you have it wrong.
That vampires are albinos is a myth. They are commonly mistaken to be albinos because when they rise from the graves, they have been deprived of blood, and have a vapid complexion. Once they get out there and do their thing, they loose their albino complexion. That they can’t stand sunlight is also a myth. They can actually get pretty good tans (better than most people). They only stay in the dark because they don’t want to be discovered and hunted down to extinction.
And werewolves can’t be albino. Albinism in primates is connected with hairlessness, and a werewolf is just too hairy for that to be a possibility.
The only possible candidate is the creature similar to the Frankenstein monster, which always retains its vapid complexion because it doesn’t have blood, but requires only electricity to live. Obviously, the Vatican was involved in the creation of these monsters, somewhat validated by the movie “Van Helsing” which exposed the secret workings of the Vatican underground and its relationship to the monsters of “myth” — and that is one of the reasons I became Catholic, because I didn’t want these monsters lurking at my door at night.