Reported by Sky, Thursday (06/07/2012), according to Head National History Museumin Bulgaria, Bozhidar Dimitrov, two skeletons or skulls found were from the Middle Ages (Middel Ages) and was near the Black Sea, Sozopol. “Both kerangkat was stabbed with a rod that describes a common practice in some villages Bulgaria until the firstdecade of the 20th century,” said Dimitrov.
The story of superstition thathas circulated widely was referring to the forged iron bar through the sternum andthe heart skull. At that time, the ritual is done and believable as a form of ‘cessation’ of what they fear could return after death to eat the blood of people who are still alive and terrorizing the people while they sleep.
In those days, people believed that the iron rods to preventthem from leaving their graves at midnight. Until now, too, the story is apparently still outstanding and is often portrayed in films about the vampire figure.
In 2004, archaeologists digging Petar Balabanov framework with six nails embedded in a site near the eastern town ofDebelt. He said the ritual pagan (paganism) is also practiced in neighboring countries such as Serbia and the Balkans (southeastern Europe) other.
Legend of the vampire is the most important part of folklore in the region. The most famous story is the story of a nation known as Dracula Romania who fought the war to the enemy and then drank their blood.