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Where do Vampires come from? Isotopic Analysis of the Drawsko Vampires

Vampires have continued to be a hot topic in studies of deviant burial practices, and the popular news is more than happy to share these types of archaeological finds. Of course, the problem with the popular media is that they don’t really understand the evidence at hand, and they don’t accurately share the findings of the bioarchaeologists.

read more Where do Vampires come from? Isotopic Analysis of the Drawsko Vampires | Bones Don’t Lie.

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This entry was posted on January 7, 2015 by in Archaeology.

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