The Czech Republic - Murasi, Nelapsi, Ogoljen, Upír
Murasi: Under continued research.
Nelapsi: Term local to the Zemplin district, describing a vampire that could do serious harm to the living. It drinks human blood and massacres entire villages, has the ability to kill with one glance. Also see Slovakia.
Ogoljen: The Ogoljen wanders about with soil from its tomb in its navel. Bury it at a crossroads to get rid of it. There is also a Moravian vampire who drops its death shroud and wanders about naked. Stealing its shroud can destroy it.
Upír: Under research still.
Denmark - Bloedzuiger, Mara
Bloedzuiger: Under research still.
Mara: This Danish vampire was a beautiful woman during the day, and a creature that sucked blood from young men at night. Anyone who fell in love with her would suffer terrible feelings of suffocation and strangulation, but she could be frightened away by a knife.
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