High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Black Volga refers to an urban legend widespread in the People's Republic of Poland, mainly in the 1960s and 1970s. It was about a black Volga limousine (with white wheel rims, white curtains or other white elements) that was allegedly used to abduct people, especially children. According to different versions, it was driven by priests, nuns, Jews, vampires, satanists or Satan himself. The driver would ask passers-by for the time and kill them when they approached the car to answer (in another version of the legend, they died at the same time a day later). The people were kidnapped children to use their blood as a cure for rich Germans suffering from leukemia; other variants used organ theft as the motive, combining it with another famous legend about kidney theft by the KGB. The legend surfaced again in the late 20th century, with a BMW or Mercedes car taking the Volga's place, sometimes depicted with horns instead of wing mirrors.