Read about it here.
What do you think?
Not a garlic grower on the side, perhaps? ;-)
This bit struck me - "folktales that could explain" the curiosities they discovered when bodies were exhumed, like blood around the corpse's mouth, nose, or ears, which we now know is a natural occurrence. And for better or worse, many of these vampire myths persist today." I've never heard that before - makes you wonder what "other curiosities" are found.
Sounds like something the Tourist Board might think up. But with Eastern Europeans and 985% vodka, who knows?
985% - how is that even possible?
Don't know what happened there. I meant 95%. That's what they used on Science Club the other night to make rocket fuel.
Never mind about the rocket fuel, does the Science Club know how to make 985% vodka ?
Naturally, I'm not asking for myself, but some of our American members might want to make some in their illegal moonshine stills that they've got hidden in the woods, allegedly.