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  •  I am not sure about blinds, but raising Venetian (1+ / 0-)
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    undead is a different subject, and is one that is perhaps more documented.

    National Geographic: "Vampire of Venice" Unmasked: Plague Victim & Witch?

    After digging them up, the key seems to be removing the brick or stone from their mouth first.

    A female "vampire" unearthed in a mass grave near Venice, Italy, may have been accused of wearing another evil hat: a witch's.

    The 16th-century woman was discovered among medieval plague victims in 2006. Her jaw had been forced open by a brick—an exorcism technique used on suspected vampires in Europe at the time.

    After removing the brick, I assume some sort of blood would need to be dripped into their month. Keeping a bit of the soil they were buried in is always a prudent precaution.

    It is not a subject I have a lot of experience with, but, given the fact that they are skeletal by now, and possibly blind, the same technique might work with Venetian blinds.

    So tell me, is there a brick or witches hat near your Venetian blinds?

    It is possible to read the history of this country as one long struggle to extend the liberties established in our Constitution to everyone in America. - Molly Ivins

    by se portland on Wed May 15, 2013 at 07:51:16 PM PDT

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