Take a look at the man who made a name for Abbottabad, Pakistan. It's obviously not Osama bin Laden you see in the video above.
You see the man who literally made a name for the place - the man Abbottabad is named after - Sir James Abbott.
Abbott was, as you might have guessed, not a local but a Brit. He went to school with the likes of future Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli.
In the mid-1800s, Captain Abbott and his 1,500 men successfully fought off 16,000 Sikh troops in the vicinity of the future Abbottabad.
Abbott befriended the local Hazaras, learned their language, their culture, their religion, even writing an ode to the town.
And when he left, Abbott is said to have spent all his money throwing a party that lasted three days and three nights.