A 16th Century Venetian Vampire

One of my favorite columns is the NCBI ROFL series from Discoblog. Yesterday's post is a case in point example. The May 2012 issue of the Journal of Forensic Sciences included an interpretation of the 2009 finding of a medieval plague burial site including a female¬†individual¬†with a brick in her mouth. The burial site dates... Continue Reading →

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