Where did Dracula come from?

Dracula and Vampire have long been the scariest horror movies in Hollywood. Many people wonder if vampires exist. It is wondered if Dracula and the Vampire, known to people for their evil, devilish existence sucking human blood, actually existed.

Dracula is the name of a person who existed in the past, and Vampire is Serbian, which means Vampire. In the 15th century, Vlad III, ruler of Romania in the Transylvania region, was the actual model of Dracula. There was a king of Romania called “Vlad the Impaler” or “Vlad Dracula” and, in 1897, British novelist Bram Stoker modeled after him in the horror novel ‘Dracula.’ Bram Stoker modeled Vlad III on a vampire film because he was a ruthless and violent monarch with no blood or tears.

He is notorious for his reign of terror, which brutally killed prisoners and criminals with iron skewers. He held sinners in a cell just below his office and enjoyed the rich meat deliciously in his office upstairs while hearing the screams of pain as the sinners were tortured by pharynx and skewer.

By. Yoong Kim