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Protect Yourself Against Blood Suckers - Vampire Killing Kits
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Protect Yourself Against Blood Suckers – Vampire Killing Kits

6 Years Ago By Diana Adams

Maybe it’s true. Maybe I’m going a little overboard with all the writing about vampires and zombies, but it’s just so much fun. The comments I get on those articles are always so interesting.

To me, it’s all just fantasy-land. To some people; however, it’s serious stuff. Today, it’s all about killing a vampire. Do you know how to do it?

If you were in a life threatening vampire situation (or a John Carpenter movie) would you know how to protect yourself? Apparently, there are only three ways to kill a vampire: Spear it in the heart with a wooden stake, expose it to sunlight or slap it with some garlic and throw holy water on it.

If you don’t have access to a wooden stake, sunlight, garlic or holy water, you should be able to just scare it away with a crucifix (good thing I always carry mine in my handbag). There are very few original vampire kits remaining in the world today. Below are eight of them, which are on display in Ripley’s Believe It or Not museums around the world. Typically, these kits would include a crucifix, bible, wooden stake, holy water, pistol with lead bullets and other goodies meant to assist with killing those nasty creatures.



[via wiki.answers, odditycentral]

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