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The Serbian village that's warning of a vampire on the loose
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[quote:Carshy McCarsh:MV8yMDY1OTc0XzM0NzYwNTkxXzJERTdDMUVF] [quote:Zombietard:MV8yMDY1OTc0XzM0NzYwNDE2XzdBOThCNDcy] I wrote a thread about this, days ago, and the thread was deleted and I was banned, be careful OP! :damned: [/quote] Really? Maybe the Serbian vampire is Trin! :ahhh: [/quote]
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Residents of the western Serbian village of Zarozje reportedly received a unique public health warning recently, when the town's mayor cautioned that a vampire was on the loose. That is not a joke, and the people of Zarozje are taking heed and stocking up on garlic bulbs and crosses. Here, a brief guide to this bizarre tale:
Who is this supposed vampire?
His name is Sava Savanovic. Local legend has it that long ago, he lived in an old water mill on the village's Rogacica River. He reportedly preyed on unsuspecting visitors who stopped by the mill in search of grain. The water mill was privately owned by a local family who, because of the vampire lore, was afraid to use it for fear of disturbing Savanovic. The structure eventually rotted and recently collapsed, leaving the vampire homeless and, according to locals, angry and in search of a new home and new blood.
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