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The Source:

Dieter Sturm & Klaus Völker:
"Von denen Vampiren oder Menschensaugern"
Carl Hanser Verlag, München, Germany, 1985

The Case:

It is not an awful lot we get to hear, even though it seems to be an important case:

In Sensburg, within a certain family, there were no less than nine deaths in a short time. One of the dead (I think it is a safe bet to assume that he was the first one) was thought to be the cause of it, and the corpse was decapitated to put a stop to its vampirism.

The Date:

At least we have been given a date: 1913.

The Place:

Sensburg seems to have been renamed to Mrawogo, don't ask me why. It can be found North of Warszawa, not far from the Russian border.

Possible Follow-Up:

We do have a date, we do have a place. It is merely a Century ago. The newspapers and news agents were going at full speed at the time. Furthermore we do live in an age where an incredible amount of information is at our disposal. So it should not be impossible to find further information about this case.

© 2012 by Rob Brautigam - NL - Last changed 13 February 2012

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