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R esidents of the western Serbian village of Zarozje reportedly received a unique public health warning recently, when the town's mayor cautioned that a vampire was on the loose. That is not a joke, and the people of Zarozje are taking heed and stocking up on garlic bulbs and crosses.
....Serbia alone has a number of infamous vampires in addition to Savonovic. Many feature prominently in the country's.....
the curiosities they discovered when bodies were exhumed, like blood around the corpse's mouth, nose, or ears, which we now know is a natural occurrence.
as an actual fact. Which we know?
Obvious cover up for the very real existence of the purest forms of The Bloodline.
These reptilian, shape-shifting entities have been with us since they help make us.
Good luck, small town in Serbia.
Originally posted by DrGod
reply to post by Akragon
Well, I'm sure they feel the same way about our unsolved missing children statistics matched up against our Sasquatch population.
Originally posted by Miri08
I just want to know if their vampires sparkle.
Originally posted by Swills
Originally posted by Akragon
reply to post by DrGod
IF i ever go on vacation around there i'll be sure to bring my frankenstein costume
I don't think anything ever worked out for Frankenstein so I wouldn't recommend that.
Originally posted by Spike Spiegle
In vampire lore, Europe seems to be their favorite spot on earth to hang about.
Eastern Europe in particular, I guess the boat ride across the pond is a bit much for them.