This week, Andrew + Kirsten explore the deeply twisted and creepy tale of Enriqueta Martí i Ripollés, known popularly as the Vampire of Barcelona. Was she a depraved serial killer who preyed on helpless street children, as legend would have us believe? Or was Martí part of something much bigger and—in its own way—infinitely more evil?
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Featured photo from a historic postcard in the public domain.
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