Coroner's Report

Date: December 17, 1973
Time: 10:00 am
Coroner: Adrian Zicko

Background: The body of male vampire was brought to the coroner's office by agents of the Federal Vampire and Zombie Agency on the morning of December 17. The vampire has been identified as one William Fannon of Grosse Pointe, Michigan. Upon delivery, the body was clothed in silk pajamas. Besides the pajamas, the only other personal effect on the body was a gold wedding band on the ring finger of the left hand. As per instructions from the agents, the results of the autopsy are to be considered classified.

Vampire bite on William
Fannon's right forearm
Examination: The body is that of a well developed, well nourished 50-year-old caucasian male approximately 78 inches in length and weighing approximately 250 pounds. There is a large defect of the scalp and skull. Clearly visible above the large skull defect and exuding from it is lacerated brain tissue which on closer inspection proves to represent the major portion of the right cerebral hemisphere of the brain. Approximately 3/4 of the brain tissue is absent.

An abrasion on the knuckles of the left hand measures 3 inches in length and is of recent origin. The metacarpal bones of the middle and ring fingers corresponding to the abrasion have been fractured. A small puncture wound on the right forearm, also of recent origin, measures 1/8 inch across and has the faint, rose-colored aureole characteristic of a vampire bite.

Fingerprints were taken from the deceased for purposes of identification.

Opinion: Vampirism is attributable to the puncture wound on the right forearm. Death is attributable to massive gunshot wound to the head inflicted by FVZA agents.

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