Jerome Horsey wrote how Prince Boris Telupa "was drawn upon a long sharp-made stake,
which entered the lower part of his body and came out of his neck; upon which he languished a horrible pain for 15 hours alive,
and spoke to his mother, brought to behold that woeful sight. And she was given
to 100 gunners, who defiled her to death, and the Emperor's hungry hounds devoured her flesh and bones.
Ivans treasurer, Nikita Funikov, was boiled to death in a cauldron. His councillor, Ivan Viskovaty, was hung, while Ivan's
entourage took turns hacking off pieces of his body. Ivan The Terrible, Tsar, 1530 - 1584, Russian Imperial Wax Museum excursion.