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This research note is an elaboration of my ethnographic work of the last 5 years and is here presented to raise careful discussion of the little-explored identity and phenomenon of "real vampirism". An auxiliary purpose of these preliminary findings is to draw attention specifically to a yet unexplored dimension of the real vampire identity: geographical specificity. This line of enquiry is informed by the intensive ethnographic fieldworkdoi:10.1057/palcomms.2015.6 fatcat:mbpr3762gzeh5cpxibddvsu2iu