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Villagers buried suspected vampires with blades, rocks

Villagers buried suspected vampires with blades, rocks

Los Angeles Times - Geoffrey Mohan

The dead were buried with sharp sickles across their throats meant to sever their heads if they tried to rise as vampires to prey on the living. Rocks were propped beneath their chins to keep them from biting. This was the fate of at least six people buried sometime in the 17th and 18th centuries …

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