Archaeologists new findings could prove vampires are real
Looking straight out of a horror story, a steel stake was found driven through the man’s chest.
Archaeologists working in Bulgaria found a body and it could just prove that Vampires are real.
Looking straight out of a horror story, a steel stake was found driven through the man’s chest. Apparently, his murderers were terrified that he would not stay buried so they pinned his body to his tomb.
Archaeologists say he died in the 13th century, and it was a brutal vampirish death. His left leg was removed and thrown carelessly into his tomb and it is likely that he was still alive when all these happened.
The stake, though, fits some of the ideas that were floating around the Romani people at that time. Vampires were thought to be real back then. A deformed appendage was a sign that someone had been resurrected by Satan and could only be stopped by driving an iron stake through their heart.
It is believed that this man was the victim of a horrible superstition and his countrymen had convinced themselves that he was evil, and they’d put him through hell to keep him from coming back.