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Crime History: Victor Antoine Ardisson, the “Vampire of Muy”

MUY, FRANCE--Victor Antoine Ardisson was a late-nineteenth-century grave robber, necrophiliac, and "vampire." The post Crime History: Victor Antoine Ardisson, the “Vampire of Muy” appeared first on CrimeFeed.
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