Westerners know little about Romania, save for the nightmarish tale about a night-stalking, blood-sucking villain.
In fact, searching for Count Dracula, the fictional figure built from legends about the real-life 15th-century Vlad the Impaler, has become one of the Eastern European nation’s most frequent tourist activities.
But what drew Utahns Scott and Laurie Lundberg to the supposedly vampire-soaked country was quite a different dark past: the legacy of abandoned children.
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