Saturday, March 7, 2009

'Vampire' Found Buried in Venice Mass Grave

Is it a vampire — or just a dead woman with a brick in her mouth?

An Italian archaeologist claims to have found the skeleton of a "vampire" among the bodies of plague victims buried in a mass grave in Venice in 1576, New Scientist magazine reports.

'Vampire' Found Buried in Venice Mass Grave

2 comments:

Laur Lore said...

I would have to say it's just a woman with a brick in her mouth.
Just because people put bricks in the mouths of suspected vampires doesn't mean they actually were.
And isn't Vlad the Impaler already considered the "first vampire" anyway?

Laur Lore said...

I would have to say it's just a woman with a brick in her mouth.
Just because people put bricks in the mouths of suspected vampires doesn't mean they actually were.

And isn't Vlad the Impaler already considered the "first vampire" anyway?

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