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The Sources:

from the Hungarian magazine "ETHNOGRAPHIA"

as quoted in:
Laszlo Andras Magyar:
"Die Siebenbürgische Vampir-Krankheit"

The Case:

"Die weiteren Angaben über siebenbürgische Vampir-Vorfalle stammen aus viel späteren Jahren, wie z.B. aus 1831, da in Komitat Arad, in den Ortschaften Arad, Gyulicza und Vadász brach eine Vampir-Hysterie unter der rumänischen Bevölkerung aus - erneut in Bezug auf die Cholera!"

During the outbreak of Cholera in the year of 1831 there also was an outbreak of vampire hysteria in the village of Gyulicza.

The Date:

The date we have been given is 1831.

The Place:

Gyulicza can be found somewhere to the NorthEast of Timisoara

Possible Follow-Up:

The complete series of the "Ethographia" can be found online. As could be expected the articles have been written in Hungarian. So unless you do read and understand that language, Laszlo Andras Magyar's "Die Siebenbürgische Vampir-Krankheit" might be more useful to you.

© 2014 by Rob Brautigam - NL - Last changed October 2014

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