Has the tomb of Vlad III the Impaler, the historical Dracula, been found in the center of Naples in Italy? Not really. Experts and bloggers are now debunking the claim that circulated late last week, saying it’s not rooted in real history but rather resembles a Da Vinci Code conspiracy novel.
According to a report in the Italian daily Il Mattino, the remains of the 15th century Romanian prince upon which Bram Stoker’s gothic novel “Dracula” is based, lie in a cloister in the Santa Maria La Nova church in Naples.
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