Halloween flashback: The strange case of the “vampire” burial in Venice.

In 2006 in Venice, Italy, archaeologists excavating a plague cemetery found something quite unusual: a skeleton with a brick in its mouth. They determined that the brick was likely placed there after death, and  they later developed a hypothesis about how the brick got there (spoiler alert: it involves vampires). Be sure to read the excerpt from the full text below for all the gory details.

Forensic approach to an archaeological casework of “vampire” skeletal remains in Venice: odontological

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