If you've got the money, and want to have the biggest GD Halloween party ever, then you need to buy this particular piece of history! The castle that was the inspiration for Dracula's castle in Bram Stoker's Dracula, is for sale in Transylvania, Romania. 

The castle is really known as Bran Castle, built between 1377 and 1388.

This isn't the castle that the inspiration for Dracula lived in, nor did Bram Stoker himself ever visit the castle.

Its nickname comes from the fact that it closely matches the description of the castle in Bram Stoker's "Dracula." Stoker himself never visited, but is believed to have read about it and based the castle in his novel on what he read.

It is a place that Vlad Dracul, or Vlad the Impaler, may have once been a captive for 2 months, though. So, it's got that going for it.

It boasts 57 rooms on 22 acres of land.

They're not saying a price that they will except, just that if someone offered the right amount, they'd take a good look at the bidder, what they are proposing, and seriously consider it.

The castle has been on the market before, and they were hoping to get $135 million for it...So, I mean, if you got that kinda money laying around, why not?

It does make quite a bit of money, as 565,000 tourists pay to tour it every year.

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