Alqul

(AL-QUIL)
Alqul is an Arabic word used to describe a type of vampiric GHOUL from Arabic lore.
Source: Brewer, Character Sketches, 34; Meyes, Mythologie der Germanen

Encyclopedia of vampire mythology . 2014.

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