Prince Vlad III of Romania had several monikers: Vlad Dracula meaning "son of the dragon" or "son of the devil" and Vlad Tepes meaning "Vlad the Impaler" or "impaler prince." During his rule in the 1400s he is said to have tortured and killed at least 80,000 people. Clearly he was not a man you wanted to cross. Bram Stoker chose him as the inspiration for the most famous vampire, Dracula. Can you think of a more appropriately terrifying individual to wear on a Halloween shirt?