Show Notes: Vampire Panic

Tracy Wilson

New England certainly isn't the only place on Earth to have experienced a rash of vampire burials - but that's what happened there for about 100 years, starting in the late 1700s. These were all small, isolated communities dealing with outbreaks of serious illness. The real culprit was often tuberculosis, which has come up an uncanny number of times in the podcast lately.

We have two pieces of listener mail from Sarah Kate and Katherine.

For more knowledge: How Vampires Work

Episode link: New England Vampire Panic

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