Reasonable inference I think, although I don't recall having read about
anything quite like that in the seminal work on the subject (which I
heartily (!) recommend to all scholarly fans of the undead);
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Subject: [BRITARCH] Vampire of Venice
Watched this with interest....
A woman's skull found in Venice with a brick in her mouth, prompting
suggest she was thought to be a vampire...
Any UK parallels at all?
Gareth "are you talking to me, or chewing a brick? either way you're
lose teeth" Talbot
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