... in response to Syphilis History
  1. Richard Gibson Richard Gibson United States says:

    Bram Stoker (author of "Dracula") died of "Locomotor Ataxy 6 months," according to Stoker's nephew. "Locomotor Ataxy" was a euphemistic way of saying "syphilis." See the following article for details: www.telegraph.co.uk/.../...out-Dracula-author.html

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