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Inside the box are eight compartments holding: a copy of the New Testament published in 1842; a knife with a silver blade; a percussion cap pocket pistol; pliers, crucifixes and rosary beads; a vial with a metal lid — “contents unknown;” and a small bottle containing sharks’ teeth, according to the listing.
Vampire folklore and the belief in vampires can be traced to the ancient world. Indeed, burials dating to more than 1,000 years ago in Europe took safeguards to protect the living against the restless undead, with suspected vampires buried with stones in their mouths or pinned in place with rocks or iron bars.
For people who believed in creatures that rose from the grave to drink blood, “the task of killing a vampire was extremely serious and historical accounts suggested the need for particular methods and tools,” Charles Hanson, owner of Hansons Auctioneers, said in a statement.