According to Slavic beliefs, the vampire was created from undead corpses, hence his strong ties with their own families - the torture, if they do not comply with the obligation owed to the deceased, and the male-vampire relations with their wives. His children have the gift of identifying and destroying vampires. Belief in vampires had intensified after the adoption of Christianity and overloading ciałopalenia. Its dissemination, and considerable knowledge of how to control them implies that the Slavic vampire must have its equivalent in other cultures. It is possible that one of the ways of the spread of "vampirism" was the story of Slavic premium, caring for, in the early Middle Ages, Western European brood (human commodity exports to the West was the most profitable of Slavic interests, hence the surprise in the West Slavic medieval England.