Romania and some of it’s Vampires Part 2


Moloi

Moloi are Romanian vampire spirits. These vampires can only life if it eats human hearts. It’s created when one of its parents kills an illegitimate child. A girl is called Moloica.

Necurat

The Necurat or Orgoi means “accursed or “dishonest” in Romania. Romanians call all of their vampire creatures this. It’s believed using this name instead of a specific name will keep from calling the vampire to them.

Another name for Vampires in Romania is Baboana for females and Babon for males.

Baba Coajo

A vampire forest spirit in Romania is a bloodthirsty monster.
She’s described as half bear and half woman. Baba Coajo pronounced Baba Co-ya means the Old Woman of the Tree Bark. She’s also called “Queen of the Forest” and has total control over the evil within the woods.

She is very dangerous evil entity. She catches children who wander into the forest alone, or those who’ve wandered away from their parent. She will consume their bodies and lock their souls in Elderberry trees where they rot away.

** Ask your vampire questions. So far Karen is the only who’s asked. (Thank you so much, Karen! 😀 ) I’ll be answering all questions in next week’s post. **

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12 thoughts on “Romania and some of it’s Vampires Part 2

  1. Karen says:

    And there is another question: Is Baba Coajo’s origin in the Carpathian Mountains? And I also ask myself if Vlad the impaler would have tolerated her/it near him?

    • mari wells says:

      That is a great question, which gave me a few story ideas….
      So, I may be hush hush on this one. Thanks for asking, without that question I wouldn’t have thought about it. 😀 😀 😀

  2. Oloriel says:

    I am happy to find out new lore, but also happy that I have actualy heard of the Necurat 😀

  3. lazloferran says:

    This is great Mari. I am writing a vampire book in the Spring. I wrote one with the characters based in Sofia, Bulgaria but visiting Romania. Now I think I want to go the whole way and get into the Romanian occult history. You know a lot; can I consult with you for advice on this?
    btw ‘Moloi’ reminds me of ‘Morlock’ in H G Wells Time Machine. They were cannibals

  4. lazloferran says:

    Reblogged this on Lazlo Ferran and commented:
    A great article on Romanian vampires and their names

  5. Juliette says:

    A sad and cautionary tale. Thank you for sharing it.

  6. quinnwelsch says:

    Very cool post! Do you have a source for any of this info?

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