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According to legends, Russian mystic Grigori Rasputin (1869-1916) was first poisoned with enough cyanide to kill ten men, but he wasn’t affected. So his killers shot him in the back with a revolver. Rasputin fell but later revived. So, he was shot again three more times, but Rasputin still lived. He was then clubbed, and for good measure thrown into the icy Neva River.

Grigori Rasputin, was a Russian peasant, mystic and private adviser to the Romanovs

Фото Г.Е. Распутина с дарственной надписью неизвестной духовной дочери: «О дорогусинька излеваю от серца моево во благо поскорея помощь друг друга. Григорий». Государственный архив Российской Федерации.

Фото Г.Е. Распутина с дарственной надписью неизвестной духовной дочери: «О дорогусинька излеваю от серца моево во благо поскорея помощь друг друга. Григорий». Государственный архив Российской Федерации.

A post-mortem photograph of Grigori Rasputin taken before his autopsy on December 20 (O.S.), 1916 in Saint Petersburg in Russia. A photograph is a part of a police dossier on Rasputin's death.

A post-mortem photograph of Grigori Rasputin taken before his autopsy on December 20 (O.), 1916 in Saint Petersburg in Russia. A photograph is a part of a police dossier on Rasputin's death.

Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin was a Russian peasant faith healer who became a trusted friend to the family of Nicholas II, the last Tsar of Russia. Rasputin became an influential figure in Saint Petersburg, especially after 1915, when the Tsar left to take command of the army at the western front. There is much uncertainty over Rasputin's life & the degree of influence he exerted over the shy & irresolute Tsar & his nervous & depressed wife. Accounts are often based on dubious memoirs…

Grigori Efimovich Rasputin was murdered in 1916 in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

"Though I'm grateful for the blessings of wealth, it hasn't changed who I am. My feet are still on the ground. I'm just wearing better shoes."

"Though I'm grateful for the blessings of wealth, it hasn't changed who I am. My feet are still on the ground. I'm just wearing better shoes.

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