The entry to the old dungeons is just behind a spring-fed sulfurous pond. A small stream leads from the pond into the dungeons proper, where it runs down the wall of a 30 foot drop to the lower levels. On rainy years, the drainage well fills up with the overflow, and the waters can rise as much as six feet above the floor level of the lower level – and the story of the escape of Prince Tauell occurs during a massive storm where the entire lower level was flooded with the waters threatening to overwhelm the ground floor of the dungeons.
With the destruction of the fortress above and the destruction of the Bound Prince, the dungeons have been left as part of the ruins – occasionally sought out by those who seek the secrets of the Bound Prince, or who are just drawn to the stories of evil tied to this place.
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