"Vampire of Venice" Unmasked: Plague Victim & Witch? -- Sott.net
A female "vampire" unearthed in a mass grave near Venice, Italy, may have been accused of wearing another evil hat: a witch's. The 16th-century woman was discovered among medieval plague victims in 2006. Her jaw had been forced open by a brick -...
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The fact that the idea of the vampire sprang up in civilizations without any contact between them suggests that the vampire is rooted in human nature. It is the embodiment of the worst part of ourselves that we are too ashamed or terrified to accept, so we impose them on a humanoid creature so we can acknowledge or admire our flaws without being related to them.
Enriquita Marti, also known as “The Vampire of Barcelona”, who lived during the turn of the 20th century sold elixirs containing bones, blood, hair, muscles, and flesh from the children that Enriquita lured and prostituted before murdering. She was lynched by fellow prisoners in 1913 while in jail awaiting her trial.
Real Vampire Sighting Accounts | LoveToKnow
Though far rarer than werewolf or ghost sightings, sightings of vampires have been reported at various locations across the world. While it's impossible to ...