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E8K5D0 Archaelogists inspects a grave with a skeleton with an iron rod penetrated the heart body area, dated back in the Middle Ages in the ancient Thracian temple of Perperikon south east of the Bulgarian capital Sofia, Thursday, Oct. 09, 2014. Bulgarian archaeologist Nikolai Ovcharov who discovered the grave says have unearthed centuries-old skeletons pinned down through their chests with iron rods - a practice believed to stop the dead or killed from becoming vampires.  Those are the sixth and seventh vampire graves discovered in the country for the past two years. Photo by: /Impact Press Group/Nu / Alamy