Vampire Folklore

Abruzzi

Abruzzi

Abruzzi Pronunciation: Ah-BRUTS-ee Variations: Abruzzo Each November 1, the citizens of the town of Abruzzi, located in central Italy, hold ...
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African Vampire Witch

African Vampire Witch

African Vampire Witch Variations: Nthum, Owang, Saf In Deam, Sefaf In Dem Generally speaking, African vampire mythology is not based ...
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Agriogourouno

Agriogourouno

Agriogourouno Pronunciation: Ah-ghree-oh-GHOO-roo-no In Macedonia it is believed that Turkish people who have led very wicked lives and have never ...
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Ashes in Vampire Folklore

Ashes in Vampire Folklore

In folklore, the ashes of the burned Corpse or organs of a destroyed Vampire have the power to heal the ...
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Burial Customs

Burial Customs

burial customs Numerous customs exist for the treatment, handling, and burial of CORPSES to prevent them from becoming Vampires or ...
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The Vampire Dog of Ennerdale

The Vampire Dog of Ennerdale

For 65 years there was a vampiric creature,many say it was a dog, that hunted sheep all over England, Ireland, ...
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Vampire Chair

Vampire Chair

Vampire Chair In Canter County in the mountains of East Tennessee, United States, chair-making brothers Eli and Jacob Odom were ...
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Vampire Pumpkin

Vampire Pumpkin

Vampire Pumpkin Origin: Romani (Gypsy) Eat pumpkins quickly, lest they turn into vampires. People aren’t the only beings who can ...
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Water and Vampires

Water and Vampires

A possible bane to the undead, often prominent in folklore. As with witches, the vampire is unable to swim or ...
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