700-year-old vampire skeleton unearthed

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For the sake of all that is holy, I hope they don’t pull the rod out of the remains. The best thing would be to cover it back up. Haven’t they ever seen a Hammer horror film?

The discovery of a 700-year-old skeleton in Bulgaria—seen at the country’s National Museum of History in June—offers evidence that the fear of vampires is far older than Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

The “vampire” was found entombed among church ruins in the Black Sea town of Sozopol (map) earlier in the month.

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2 Responses to “700-year-old vampire skeleton unearthed”

Larry "FARfetched" Kollar

Wow, an iron rod? I thought it was supposed to be oak. I guess iron works on more than faeries? Hm.

Pulling the teeth was a smart idea, if it somehow gets reanimated it’ll take a little longer for them to get back into business.

BTW, are you planning to revive your Carnacki serial? I always enjoyed reading them.

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