Archaeologists Discover 'Dracula's Dungeon' Beneath Turkish Castle
Turkish archaeologists found what they think to be the dungeon that held Vlad the Impaler, otherwise known as the inspiration for Dracula. The team discovered a secret tunnel in Turkey's Tokat Castle that lead to two dungeons, a military shelter and the Pervane Baths. Archaeologists believe the dungeons were where Wallachian Prince Vlad III was held by the Ottoman Turks in 1442. Though they don't know the exact room, they stated Dracula was definitely kept somewhere in the discovered dungeons.
By Jordan Moses
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