Deceased Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic, who died in captivity in Haag last year standing on trial for War Crimes in a UN War Crimes tribunal, still seem to haunt the Serbian nation.
Recently his grave in the eastern Serbian town of Pozarevac was desecrated in a bizarre incident, when Serbian vampire hunters in accordance with old folklore and tradition wanted to make sure the late president remained dead, and drove a three-foot wooden stake into the grave and through his heart.
The leader of the group Miroslav Milosevic, who by the way has no relations to the former president, gave himself up to police who have launched an investigation.
Milosevic said he and his fellow vampire hunters acted to stop the former dictator returning from the dead to haunt the country, The Register reports.
This Google search reveals numerous references to Milosevic's vampirism predating this bizarre incident, going back as far as June 2001 when then-Governor of the National Bank of Serbia Mladjan Dinkic said (in response to the failure to extradite Milosevic for trial in The Hague "Milosevic is like a vampire. Politically he is dead but he's still taking our blood by preventing us from getting the aid." How apropos that this impaling occured just as the fate of other war criminals is bedevilling Serbia now.