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The Satmar Vampire

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Shalom and Yom Tov don’t know it but it is December 4, 1944. They found a hole in the fence and are running for their lives. They know if they escape from Bergen-Belsen concentration camp and get on the train that is taking the Satmar rebbe over the Swiss border they might live. All of a sudden machine gun shots ring out, but they awake alive as Jewish Vampires!

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Tasha Turner is not the illegitimate daughter of any satmar rav from whom she did not acquire her knowledge of satmar. Neither is she the Renfield of any conventional vampire. She is not an acolyte of Lilith who created the Jewish vampires.

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