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Vlad "The impaler"

Prince Vlad "Țepeș" Dracu (Vlad the impaler) ruled in 14th century Romania. He ruthlessly commanded the killing of thousands and his preferred method of killing was to drive a large sharp pole through the body and allow them to die a slow painful death. His legend and name inspired Bram Stoker when he wrote his novel "Dracula"..

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Taken on August 26, 2008