Vlad rests in Italian soil?

New research may show that the remains of Count Vlad Tepes, a.k.a. Dracula, may not be buried in romania, but in Naples, Italy. scholars from the University of Tallinn believe they have found evidence that the nobleman was "taken prisoner, ransomed to his daughter - by then safe in Italy - and buried in a church in Naples."

The theory follows the discovery of a headstone in Naples' Piazza Santa Maria La Nova, in a cemetery contining the graves of Vlad's daughter and son-in-law.