24. In 1997, Spanish neurologist Juan Gómez-Alonso suggested another disease as the origin of vampire belief, citing that condition's symptoms of photosensitivity, mental disturbance, and propensity to bite. What disease was this?
From Quiz Vampire Fakelore
Like Dolphin, Gomez-Alonzo based his conception of vampirism on that found in novels and movies, not historical folklore. For example, he presents a case of a sufferer whose dementia did not allow him to recognize himself in a mirror; as noted above, the lack of a reflection comes from literature, not folklore. Gomez-Alonzo's article did appear in a reputable journal, "Neurology". However, neurologists generally do not have folklore training, and, like Dolphin's, Gomez-Alonzo's work is very brief and does not appear to have undergone thorough peer review.