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By fuck's sake - / Saturday 16 April 2016 10:54 / New Zealand
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By  zyero

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Not necessarily, #11. When a mammal dies, gut fauna continues to live for a while, and the gas generated by bacteria can pass the vocal cords thereby creating sound. This phenomenon—combined with gut bloating, gum recession, and blood being pushed into the mouth—can create the illusion that a corpse has feasted and moaning for more. Scientific journalist Matt Kaplan elaborates on these effects and their contributions to early vampire lore in his essay "Cursed by a Bite." Wait, what do

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