Bruculacas

A vampiric REVENANT from the Greek Isles, the bruculacas looks like a corpse with tightly drawn, red skin (see GREEK VAMPIRES). A foul-smelling and filthy creature, its body cavity is filled with slime and excrement, spreading the plague wherever it goes. It preys on humans for their blood.
Source: Maberry, Vampire Universe, 57

Encyclopedia of vampire mythology . 2014.

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