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October 30, 2003

Bargain of the Day: vampire slaying kit

by Feòrag

United States: You never know what might sneak up on you this Hallowe'en but one anonymous buyer is safe, though $12,000 poorer. On Thursday, Sotherby's in New York sold an early 20th century vampire killing kit- a walnut box containing a wooden stake, a pistol with 10 silver bullets, a crucifix, a rosary and containers for garlic powder and other useful substances.

A label on the kit says: This box contains the items considered necessary for persons who travel into certain little known countries of Eastern Europe where the populace are plagued with a particular manifestation of evil known as Vampires.

Vampire Killing Kit Sells for $12,000 - Yahoo! News, 30th October 2003.

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1: Posted by: A Voice of Sanity | September 3, 2008 3:04 AM

Link is broken but this Vampire killing kit sells for $12000 still works or do a search.

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