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Mina Murray (married name Mina Harker* ) was the daughter of Gladys and Sir Malcolm Murray, the younger sister of Peter Murray and long time former friend of Vanessa Ives. Throughout the first season she is being searched for by her father Sir Malcolm, after her disappearance when Killed By: Sir Malcolm Murray.

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Mirena was the wife of Vlad III Tepes and the mother of Ingeras. Mirena was presumably born in Transylvania and met Vlad after he returned home from his time serving in the Ottoman Empire's Janissary Corps. Mirena was apparently unfazed by Vlad's infamous and Aliases: Mina Murray.

Mina and Vanessa did not see one another for some years, though Vanessa was eventually informed that Mina had become engaged to a young man by the name of Jonathan Harker. After her marriage, according to Vanessa, she became entranced with a foreign nobleman. He seduced her and corrupted her by the time she vanished, and was turned into a vampire. Mina became a devoted acolyte to her master Dracula, and tried to lure Vanessa into several traps to claim her for Mina's master.

It was in one of these traps that her true allegiance to her master was revealed, and her father Sir Malcolm Murray was forced to kill her to protect his surrogate daughter Vanessa. Sign In Don't have an account? The Beast that feed at night. And they are hungry. Contents [ show ]. Season 1 S1, Ep1: Vlad II of Wallachia 1. Alexander I of Moldavia?

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Dracula Battle Transylvania Van Helsing. Before , Lord Konrad II. Reiz von Breuberg erected Frankenstein Castle and since named himself von und zu Frankenstein. The first document proving the existence of the castle in is bearing his name. He was the founder of the free imperial lordship Frankenstein, which was subject only to the jurisdiction of the emperor, with possessions in Nieder-Beerbach, Darmstadt, Ockstadt, Wetterau and Hesse. The hill whereupon the castle stands was probably occupied by another castle since the 11th century, which fell into ruins after Castle Frankenstein was built a couple of yards to the northwest.

Claims of an even older predecessor upon the hill are widespread, but historically unlikely. In the year the Frankensteins opened the castle to the counts of Katzenelnbogen County of Katzenelnbogen Katzenelnbogen [2 ] and leagued with them. In , the castle was split into two parts and owned by two different families of the lords and knights of Frankenstein.

At the beginning of the 15th century, the castle was enlarged and modernized. The Frankenstein knights became independent from the Counts of Katzenelnbogen again.