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Perhaps they're the same people," she adds, to a throaty laugh from her husband Terry. "Less than £300 to heat everywhere" for the year, says Terry proudly.

The couple moved to the village of Komoshtitsa late last year. The buildings haven't seen a fresh coat of paint in years. "That's good mathematics." Terry's used to chopping wood. Kate was a housekeeper for a rich landowner for years, until she lost her job recently.

They are the latest in a succession of finds across western and central Europe which shed new light on just how seriously people took the threat of vampires and how those beliefs transformed into the modern myth.

Bulgaria's national history museum chief Bozhidar Dimitrov said: 'These two skeletons stabbed with rods illustrate a practice which was common in some Bulgarian villages up until the first decade of the 20th century.'However last month Italian researchers discovered what they believed to be the remains of a female 'vampire' in Venice - buried with a brick jammed between her jaws to prevent her feeding on victims of a plague which swept the city in the 16th century.

In such cases during the first 40 days after burial, the bones turn to gelatin and the vampire performs mischief at night - releasing animals from their pens, scattering house hold items, and suffocating people.

"In fact the ambulance crews also wear tracksuit trousers. All their heating is provided by a wood burner in the living room.

A number of the incidents were captured on CCTV and she was eventually arrested at Stansted Airport in February after returning to the UK from Bulgaria.

In total she pocketed £1,050 from her spate of thefts.

Matteo Borrini, an anthropologist from the University of Florence, said the discovery on the small island of Lazzaretto Nuovo in the Venice lagoon supported the medieval belief that vampires were behind the spread of plagues like the Black Death.

Sozopol: According to the head of Bulgaria's natural history museum 100 corpses of people who were stabbed to prevent them from becoming vampires have been discovered across the country over the years The skeleton was unearthed in a mass grave from the Venetian plague of 1576 - in which the artist Titian died - on Lazzaretto Nuovo, which lies around two miles northeast of Venice and was used as a sanitorium for plague sufferers.