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Vampires we know and love special editon: Yuruga

Think vampires are all the same? Think again! Vampires come in more flavors than Baskin-Robbins ice cream. So, this special DotW feature, Vampires we know and love, spotlights different kinds of bloodsucking fiends from around the world.


I don’t have much on the Yuruga, but I had to include him anyway. Since there’s only one sentence, I’m going to quote directly from Rosemary Ellen Guiley’s The Encyclopedia of Vampires, Werewolves, and Other Monsters. Ladies and gents, here’s what she has to say about the Yuruga:

“In Prussian Lore, a vampire who smells so bad it can be detected up to a mile away.”

I don’t know, I kind of think that would make hunting difficult…


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