BREAKING NEWS – Tokat, Turkey – Archaeologist Ibrahim Cetin who has been part of the restoration and excavation effort at Turkey’s Tokat Castle, believes he has uncovered the dungeons where Vlad the Impaler who was the inspiration of vampire Count Dracula in Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel was once held. Cetin told the Hurriyet Daily News that the two dungeons that were found were “built like a prison.” He went on to say that one specific room has strong evidence that Vlad/Dracula was retained there in the late 1400’s, which included a large assortment of human bones, an empty bottle of rubbing alcohol that the occupant used to sterilize his victims necks before sinking his fangs into their flesh, and a very old boxed set of “The Twilight Saga”.