Jacob was a poor man who needed to earn money to feed his daughters, so the king hired him. The king’s daughter had become a vampire and needed help putting her to rest.
Jacob agreed, and an old man gave him instructions that Jacob followed to the letter.
The final step involved Jacob entering the tomb of the princess, writing the name of the Holdy Trinity inside the coffin, and sprinkling it with holy water.
Jacob was amply rewarded by the monarch.
Vampires were commonly used to reinforce community members for their virtuous actions of putting the bodies to rest.