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Vampire grave found in Poland from the 17th century. The uniqueness of the find is that the burial was arranged so that the “vampire” did not rise from the dead. To do this, a sickle was put to the throat of the corpse.
It was established that the body belonged to a girl. She was buried in a very unusual way, with a sickle placed at her neck in such a way that if she tried to stand up, her head would be cut off.
The earliest known records of the living dead in Europe date back to the 11th century.
People were afraid that some of the buried would crawl back to the surface in the form of blood-sucking monsters and terrorize the living.
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