Skeleton of female "vampire" unearthed at cemetery in Poland

Updated: Sep 13

By: April Carson



Researchers revealed this week that archaeologists have discovered the remains of a female "vampire" at a cemetery in Europe.


The body of a woman was discovered in late August by archaeologists from the Institute of Archaeology at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland's north central region. The school confirmed this to USA TODAY on Thursday.


According to a statement released by the university, the grave in Pień village near Ostromecko dates back to the 17th century. It contained the skeleton of a young woman who had a sickle placed on her neck and a padlock was put on her left big toe.


The find is similar to other "vampire graves" discovered in Poland and other Central and Eastern European countries. In those cases, the deceased were often suspected of being vampires and were buried with various items meant to prevent them from rising from the dead and terrorizing the living.



The fact that the woman was buried face-down suggests that those who bury her were afraid of vampires, wrote researchers. They said this may be due to a fear that she would rise from the grave and attack them. The university reported plans for further research at the cemetery.


The find is similar to other "vampire graves" discovered in Poland and other Central and Eastern European countries. In those cases, the deceased were often suspected of being vampires and were buried with various items meant to prevent them from rising from the dead and terrorizing the living.


Furthermore, the researchers from the Institute of Archaeology at the University of Krakow will study the DNA in these remains to learn more about this woman. This will help to determine her age, health, and diet. The team will also attempt to determine if she had any children.


The team plans to excavate more graves at the site to see if this was a common practice in Poland. Vampire burials are not uncommon, with similar finds being made in Bulgaria, Italy, and Romania.


Dr. Marek Kołyszko of the Institute of Archaeology is overseeing the conservation of the sickle and padlock, while Alicja Drozd-Lipińska of the Institute of Biology at NCU Faculty of Biological Sciences is conducting an anthropological analysis on the skeleton.



The discovery of this skeleton has shed new light on the burial practices of vampires in Poland. It is clear that the people who buried her were very fearful of her potential to return from the dead and harm the living. Further research on these remains could provide valuable insight into the beliefs and practices of vampires in Poland during this time period.












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