Kula in "The Bleeding MoonEdit
Kula was a village near Gramada in Bulgaria. During the reign of the Turks, bad blood developed between Kula and Gramada when a young girl from the former married a young boy from the latter without her parents' approval. The men of Kula, angered by this disrespectful act, murdered a young Gramada man named Todor, catching him in the woods while he was hunting, and slitting his throat.
Unknown to the people of Kula, Todor's blood gave birth to a vurkolak, which briefly terrorized Gramada. When the people of Gramada drove the vurkolak away, it took up residence near Kula, killing Kula's sheep and bringing general misery.