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Face your fears by stepping into the deep dark recesses of a cold creepy cavern, who knows what you might find. Many ancient myths involve caves. In Roman mythology, Cacus ("the evil one") was a fire-breathing monster and the son of Vulcan, who lived in a cave in the Aventine Hill in Italy, the future site of Rome. To the horror of nearby inhabitants, Cacus lived on human flesh and would nail the heads of victims to the doors of his cave. After stealing cattle from Hercules, Cacus blocked the entrance to his cave with a vast, immovable boulder, forcing Hercules to tear the top off the mountain. After a long battle, Hercules grabbed Cacus and strangled the monster to death.