Disturbing Remains of a Vampire Discovered in Ancient Italian Cemetery

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A Parasitic Outbreak

This region was subject to a fatal outbreak as a result of contaminated food and water in the Roman Empire. Swamps in the area became an ideal breeding ground for mosquitos who carried a deadly and terrible disease: malaria…

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Infectious Disease Spreads

Those with compromised or underdeveloped immune systems, like young children and infants, were especially vulnerable populations. Prior to the outbreak, the area was home to a Roman villa; unfortunately, locals were forced to turn the region into a burial ground for children who had succumbed to the disease, or maybe something worse…

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