Skip to comments.Man Drives Stake In Grave Of Slobodan Milosevic
Posted on 03/05/2007 9:52:18 PM PST by Alter Kaker
On Saturday, Miroslav Milosevic, a well known member of the Resistance from Pozarevac, invaded the grave of Slobodan Milosevic through his neighbour's courtyard and put up a hawthorn stake, report Serbian media.
The time of vampires
He visited Milosevic's grave twice that Saturday: the first time at 1 A.M., when he wrote the following words in the Book of Memory: "Dark to dark, he is buried in the dark, my mother rests in a grave, and not in a courtyard, it is midnight, the deaf night, the time of vampires, this time I came without anything, without a hawthorn stake, and next time I will come with the hawthorn stake."
He fulfilled his promise in the afternoon of the same day, when he brought a hawthorn stake and drove it in the grave.
Milosevic family will sue the Resistance member
- I called the police on my cell phone and let them know where I was and what I was doing and they responded by telling me to be careful or Milosevic's hand might get me from the grave. After I had staked the grave, I went and reported myself to the police. Later I gave a statement to Milan Sucurovic and he told me that late Milosevic's daughter-in-law Milica Gajic had filed charges against me for defiling the grave and that they would forward the report to the public prosecuror's office said M. Milosevic.
This was my task in the name of the Resistance
- The very act of entering the Milosevic family's courtyard and putting the hawthorn stake was my task in the name of the Resistance, but I wanted to do it in a more painless way, without any conflict with the people who would be at the grave that day he confessed.
I saw a movie--the "Satanic Rites of Dracula"(with Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee if I recall)--where hawthorn was deadly to ol' Dracula 'cause tradition said the crown of thorns was made from this wood...
"Good evening. I am your host...Count Slobbo..."
dum-dum, with a cross-shaped perpendicular cuts in the nose.
Remember, those are unlawful in the state of California to
take vampires at any time, including self defense.
Non-lethal methods must be used so the vampire can receive the treatment it is so desperately crying out for.
Note, stakes CAN be used but only during "primitive" hunts.
Ash tree is not from the movies, but from the good old medieval practice. Hawthorn works much worse- one could not get a stake sufficiently thick and sturdy, as hawthorn is a thin plant. Just look at that photo. His, excuse me, "stake" is something like an inch in diameter. It is more like a rod for chastising. And a proper ash stake would be at least 2, or still better, 3 inches thick.
Nah, they are only illegal during their breeding season. And in my day there was no bag limit for them, either.
Your 'probly right--I seem to remember Chris Lee gettin' trapped in a jagger bush (I think it was supposed to be hawthorn) and being immobilized enough so Pete Cushing could stake him proper with a fence post. A hawthorn stake would 'probly only have given him slight discomfort.