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In this Sunday, June 3, 2012 photo showing a piece of iron next to skeleton dated back in the Middle Ages, at the archeological site in the Black sea town of Sozopol. Bulgarian archaeologists say they have unearthed centuries-old skeletons pinned down through their chests with iron rods - a practice believed to stop the dead from becoming vampires. (AP Photo)

Another 'vampire' skeleton found in Bulgaria

Another centuries-old skeleton of a man who was subjected to a ritual to stop him from turning into a vampire was unearthed in central Bulgaria on June 12, archaeologist Nikolay Ovcharov said.