This week we share stories of real vampires. Please accept our apologies ahead of time because this episode is gory! Nydia shares the story of Fritz Haarmann. Known as the Vampire of Hanover, the Butcher of Hanover, or the Werewolf of Hanover, he was a multi tool player in the world of vampirism. He lured young men and boys and then did the unthinkable. Dana shares the story of Enriqueta Marti. She didn’t just kidnap children, she also drank their blood and made cosmetics out of them. Cindy tells us about a lesbian vampire by the name of Tracey Wigginington, who took part in one of Australia’s most bizarre murder.
For dinner this week, Cindy made us German Goulash, a savory meat stew. We promise it doesn’t contain human parts. For dessert, she made strawberry heart shaped pies with chocolate covered pretzel stakes through them. Fun and delicious! The meal was paired with Vampire, a 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon which we really enjoyed.
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