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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by joepunk, Mar 17, 2009.
Vampire in Venice
No kidding, i thought you were suggesting that vampires were real for a second there. A brick in the mouth sounds painful
Not so much if you are already dead as this woman was. It was put in after death when the grave site was revisited.
Tell those prudes that not all sucking is bad.
It actually wasn't that unusual in the olden days for folk in certain parts of the world to be buried with various 'precautions' to prevent them rising from the grave as a vampire or similar beastie. Sometimes items would be placed in the coffin, and some bodies would even be dismembered prior to burial.
OK, who has the balls to do that, if they believe the myth??
More likely some religious nuts, eager to perpetuate the legend for their own purposes.
That does happen... Maybe they were drunk and feeling courageous?