Researchers Unearth Grave Of Vampire With Stake Driven Through Its Heart
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Researchers Unearth Grave Of Vampire With Stake Driven Through Its Heart

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Professor Nikolai Ovcharov, dubbed “Bulgaria’s Indiana Jones”, has been digging in the ruins of Perperikon, an ancient city in Southern Bulgaria that is believed to have been home to the Temple Of Dionysus, the Greek god of wine and fertility. The city, found only 20 years ago, is thought to have been inhabited as far back as 5,000 B.C.

However, an interesting find has been discovered as a the body of a 40-50 year old man has been unearthed…with a stake through his heart. The metal was, “…a piece of iron rod used in a plough known as a ploughshare hammered through its chest.” [Courtesty]

Professor Ovcharov states:

We have no doubts that once again we’re seeing an anti-vampire ritual being carried out. Often they were applied to people who died in unusual circumstances – such as suicide.

A picture of the skeleton can be found below and the story has further details at the link above.

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