Nov 26, 2012

Mientras tanto, en Serbia

Alerta y conmoción :

Sales of garlic are booming in western Serbia after the local council issued a public health warning that a vampire was on the loose.

The warning came after an old ruined mill said to once have been the home of the country's most famous monster in the form of vampire Sava Savanovic collapsed.

Sava Savanovic was said to have lived in the old watermill on the Rogacica river, at Zarozje village in the municipality of Bajina Basta where he drank the blood of anybody that came to mill their grain.

The watermill was bought by the local Jagodic family, and they were too scared to use it as a mill – but discovered it was a goldmine when they started advertising for tourists to come and visit it – always during the day.

But the family were worried about carrying out building work on the mill because they were scared they might disturb the vampire or unleash his wrath if his home was messed around with – and now the property has collapsed through lack of repair.

But for locals it has sparked rumours that the vampire is now free once again.


  1. La creencia en los vampiros, strigoi y demás plagas paranormales es muy fuerte en esas lugares de Europa Oriental, la gente de verdad cree en ellos. Como en Rumania, donde periódicamente se desntierran cadáveres.

  2. Yo sabía, Louis que tanto se preocupa por los zombies y los que se vienen son los vampiros. Una operación distractiva?


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