В древние века было очень популярно бороться с вампирами, в наши — с зомби. С пустыми руками супротив них не выйдешь — страшно, да и силов не хватит… Приходилось изготавливать инструмент. Какой? Ща посмотрим…
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This Vampire slaying kit has been sold recently on ebay for US $1,000.00. The items enclosed in the box are as followed:
One wooden hammer (6.5 inches long), four stakes 6 inches-each) — the wooden hammer has applied a small holy cross, same as the stakes; the lower side containing: prayer book, crucifix, knife and eight bottles with Pamant (holy soil), Agheazma (holy water), Mir (anointing oil), Tamaie (holy incense), Usturoi (garlic), red serum, blue serum and secret potion. We believe a romanian monk from Transylvania has created this box during the period of 1870-1890.
The old Prayer Book is old romanian language (chirilica), 19th century-hard covers. There is a mith saying whoever is able to read from this Book, he will be able to win the fight with the dark forces, demons, vampires and other demonic creatures. The knife is 13.1 inches long with a metal handle. It’s made of heavy metal and can be easily thrown — it will always hit the target with the sharp tip. Has a gothic theme and detailing of fangs. The metal box contains one syringe and it can be used to inject liquid garlic or secret serums into vampires. It has a small cross on it made of silver. The syringe can sustain temperatures up to 200 Celsius degrees. The cross is very old, with one beautiful black stone and is on a very old metal chain. The metal teeth plier ( 7.5 inches ) was used in the past to remove the vampire’s teeth
There is also a special tool called Dentol ( 5.5 inches ) used in the past to remove the vampire’s teeth. Some vampire experts claim that kits such as the present lot were very common in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries among travelers to Eastern Europe, particularly the Carpathians, and could be requested from the concierge desk of their hotels. Others claim that the kits originated in twentieth century America and are nothing more than romantic curiosities.