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  • Elizabeth Davis

    10 Cruel Curses And Their Unfortunate Victims (The one with Mohammad is my favorite)

  • Caralyn McDaniel

    Rasputin--the subject of many long hours of research for my Russian History paper.

  • Patrick Walsh

    Historical Badass: Grigori Rasputin, mystic, seducer, thru-hiker, and the toughest man to kill, like, ever. http://adv-jour.nl/QT9Z4W

  • M. Adams

    Grigory Rasputin, the 'Mad Monk'.

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The Romanov family of Russia. I'm obsessed with this family and their story for some reason.