I would like nothing more than the proof of various cryptids, alien civilizations, even alien visitors to be found. But that proof will come only through rigorous science and objective analysis, and by holding evidence to the highest standards of scrutiny. Born in south eastern Pennsylvania, i have found myself at one time or another living in Chicago, Cleveland, Raleigh-Durham, on the island of Kaua'i and finally landed on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. I have turned my hand to various professions from early work in 3d graphics to historic building restoration, carpentry and log home building to working in a bronze art foundry on the WWII Veterans Memorial. Currently I am a writer, script writer and working for a non profit organization called Empowerment Through Connection which is involved in equine assisted therapy for veterans, at risk teens and women.

A good thing we are finding them now before the fast approaching Zombie Apocalypse manifests.

From Yahoo News

Another ‘Vampire’ skeleton unearthed in Bulgaria

In this Sunday, June 3, 2012 photo showing a piece of iron next to skeleton dated back in the Middle Ages, at the archeological site in the Black sea town of Sozopol. Bulgarian archaeologists say they have unearthed centuries-old skeletons pinned down through their chests with iron rods – a practice believed to stop the dead from becoming vampires

Another centuries-old skeleton of a man who was subjected to a ritual to stop him from turning into a vampire was unearthed in central Bulgaria Tuesday, archaeologist Nikolay Ovcharov said.

“The skeleton was tied to the ground with four iron clamps, while burning ambers were placed on top of his grave,” Ovcharov told AFP.

The bones of a man in his thirties have yet to be dated but are at least several centuries old, said the archaeologist.

“This man is not a vampire but was subjected to this pagan superstition-driven ritual to prevent him from becoming one after his death,” he explained.

The bones were found during excavations in a monastery courtyard in the central town of Veliko Tarnovo, where Ovcharov had already unearthed another skeleton with tied hands and subjected to similar rites a few years ago.

Vampire tales and superstitions are widespread across the Balkans and researchers have long studied practises related to preventing people from turning into vampires after their death.

But the phenomenon only attracted public attention after the discovery last week of two skeletons from the Middle Ages pierced through the chests with iron stakes to prevent them from rising as vampires to terrorise the living.

One of these skeletons, unearthed in the Black Sea town of Sozopol, will go on display at the national historical museum in Sofia this week, museum chief Bozhidar Dimitrov said.

But wait, there’s more!

‘Vampire’ skeleton found in Venice

An Italian archaeologist excavating a 16th century mass grave of plague victims in Venice claims to have found the skeletal remains of a “vampire.”

According to the New Scientist magazine, Matteo Borrini of the University of Florence found the skeleton of a woman with a brick in her mouth on Lazzaretto Nuovo Island.

In those times, many people believed that the epidemic was spread by “vampires” which, rather than drinking people’s blood, spread disease by chewing on their shrouds after dying. Objects were placed in the mouths of suspected “bloodsuckers” to ensure they can no longer feed, Borrini says.

According to Borrini, his excavation shows the earliest “exorcism evidence against vampires,” but Peer Moore-Jansen of Wichita State University in Kansas says he has found similar skeletons in Poland and says “claiming it as the first vampire is a little ridiculous”.

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[Images via New Scientist]

I mean, when the zombies rise up what is to prevent them from locating these Vampyre remains and pulling out the stakes, setting them free to rule over us and treat us as cattle? Only the valiant efforts of a dedicated few who are locating the skeletons today and rendering them harmless. I only hope we find them all in time!

I urge all who read this to do what you can today for the survival of all mankind.

  • JohnP

    This “type” of vampire theory is clearly debunked by morticians. In the ancient times when family members of the dead got sick it was believed that a vampire was at work. So they dug them up to see that they had turned on their side and went red etc…all forms of decay that wouldve surprised the uninformed.
    I personally believe that with the cases of bodies with large rocks placed on them was a way of keeping the local dogs from coming home with bits of people newly deceased…you cant dig through rocks.

  • JohnP

    and what happened to the bigfoot post from a day ago…just vanished?

  • JohnP

    If you want to read about something TRULY creepy and TRUE about vampire activity…read this… http://spiritchat2217.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=fd&action=print&thread=63

    Tom Slemen writes a series of books after talking to resources in his haunted Liverpool series, well worth the read. and believe me…go walk around liverpool cathedral graveyard or investigate the hundreds of tunnels under Liverpool and you just might think…

  • JohnP


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  • The Oshmar

    sorry johnp but that link is crud….

  • The Oshmar

    and sorry again but this one follows your previous link, it’s just hearsay.

  • JohnP

     lol, what are you sorry about? I just thought I would contribute. As for hearsay, I have spoken with Tom about this case and he has seen police records of the room with the coffin in it, and spoken with the “victim”.In the above link it also mentions that woman with the dog, also police records. It is what it is, of course they didnt catch the vampire!!! The previous link was just a quick search after I read the article here on GT. It reminded me of the story so I thought I would contribute it.

  • JohnP

     hiya, nope there was another one about scientists being 96% sure bigfoot exists…mustve got taken down

  • AaronD2012

    So, what about these skeletons leads us to conclude they were vamps? They had spikes pinning them to the ground? Or “stuff” crammed in their mouths? Where’s the fangs???

  • Scott_McMan


    That article was taken down because it was a duplicate. It actually happened last October but with the thousands of articles we put up over the years, we sometimes forget and repeat something.

    Actually, before it was  taken down, it started going viral. That means lots of people forgot it was old news.

    Glad to see you are reading and we appreciate your comments.

  • JohnP

     Cheers Scott I always dig your articles and I posted on that one cause I thought I would get a laugh  😉 Thanks for replying and clearing that up, cheers bro

  • JohnP

     I also went to go see Rock of Ages tonight…you might say thats just heresay, but it was fun 😉