Two skeletons, with steel rods driven into their chests, have turned up in Bulgaria thanks to a team of archeologists – these human skeletons of the Middle Age presumably belonged to vampires as reported in skynews dated 6th of June 2012.
The discovery has been made near the town of Sozopol in the Black Sea as informed by Bozhidar Dimitrov, head of the National History Museum of Bulgaria in Sofia.
Vampires are notorious for drinking the blood of their prey – they lull the intended victim into a sense of false security and then drink the blood by piercing the throat or neck with their fangs.
Vampires are usually identified by their fangs.
When caught, the vampires are killed.
A belief exists that a vampire can be eliminated once and for all times by impaling it with a steel rod driven though its chest.
Six nailed-down skeletons had been discovered by archaeologist Petar Balabanov in 2004 near Debelt – it seems this unusual rite is practiced in Serbia and other countries of the Balkan.
Count Dracula was a vampire – it was a character created byin 1897.
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