Archaeologists have discovered the grave of a suspected vampire in Kamien Pomorski, northwestern Poland. The body, which dates back to the 16th century, was unearthed during a dig in a marketplace in the town, situated in the West Pomeranian Province.
As reported in Kamienskie.info, the team found unusual features which indicated the burial site was vampiric. The teeth, or “fangs” had been removed and a fragment of rock had been inserted into the mouth. In addition, his leg had been staked in order to prevent the body from rising from its grave.
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