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« on: January 01, 2013, 12:02:26 am »

LOL .. this is surprising and interesting.  In November of 2012, a Serbian village put out a "vampire warning."

In a Serbian village called Zaroze, there exists an old watermill near a river.  According to a village legend, there's a vampire that lives in that old mill.  It kills and sucks the blood of farmers who go to there to grind their grain and other farm products.   Of course, it had always been a myth.  But lately the people of this Serbian village have been taking it more seriously. 

The watermill was purchased by a Serbian family in the 1950s.  It was closed  and unused for many years.  Later, it was re-opened for tourists.  Yet no one went there because of its eerie myth. 

Recently this old watermill collapsed apparently because of its age and now the rubble "lies in a big pile of rotted wood."  Ever since the collapse of the mill, villagers have reported weird growling sounds coming from the rubble along with sightings of a "tall dark" figure standing next to the mill in the "dead of the night."   The sounds are so strange that they neither resemble the voices of humans nor animals.  The villagers believe that it's the same 'vampire' that has become "homeless" after the collapse of the mill.  Some think that he is perhaps looking for another home and other victims.  The entire village is scared stiff!

Workers are afraid to go to the mill even to perform repairs and clean up the place.  They have said that the repair work will have to wait until summer when the days get longer and brighter.   

Panic and fear has gotten so widespread in the village that the local authority comprising of the city council has issued a "vampire warning" to the people, advising them to store plenty of garlic in their homes.  According to legend, the pungent smell of garlic drives away the vampire.

Source:  Yahoo! News


If there's any truth in this news, then from the Islamic point of view it's obviously some jinn .... right?
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« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2013, 07:43:37 pm »

LOL ,, interesting  Cheesy   It's hard to say how much of it is true.  Only Allah knows it best.  But obviously the people of this town are taking this matter seriously for the city council to issue an alert.

Yes, in case it's true, I would say it's the presence of some kind of jinn.  Unfortunately in these non-Muslim countries they don't read nor recite the Noble Quran.  Instead of collecting garlic and that sort of nonsense, if they had visited this watermill in a group and recited the Quran, they would have found a big difference for the better.
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« Reply #2 on: October 21, 2016, 08:41:15 am »


Yes, in case it's true, I would say it's the presence of some kind of jinn.  Unfortunately in these non-Muslim countries they don't read nor recite the Noble Quran.  Instead of collecting garlic and that sort of nonsense, if they had visited this watermill in a group and recited the Quran, they would have found a big difference for the better.


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