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Top 15 Scary Cursed Objects That Still Exist

Top 15 Scary Cursed Objects That Still Exist

15. “Elmo Goes Insane”: “Kill James”
That’s what a talking Elmo doll began to say at random one day in Lithia, Florida. The mother was changing the batteries for her toddler’s toy when she noticed that it was saying her son’s name and instructing him to die. The “Elmo Knows Your Name” doll is supposed to plug into the computer, learn your child’s name and say “hi”.

It is definitely not supposed to learn the urge to kill. Fisher Price manufactures the dolls, and they can offer no explanation as to why this one Elmo doll is bent on wanting to kill James. They asked the family to return the doll so that it can be studied and better understood. By this point, young James had begun to repeat the phrase himself.

Number 14. “Apologizing to Australia
Ayers Rock is a famous natural landmark in Australia that brings in 250 thousand visitors from around the world each year. It is also home to the native Aboriginal population, otherwise known as bushmen. Unfortunately, a lot of people want to disrespect the sacred site by taking a piece of rock back home with them. And when I say “unfortunately”, I mean for the tourists, and not for the local tribes. That’s because every year hundreds of apologetic tourists mail their stolen rock fragments back to Australia.

As their letters show, a large portion of them say they have been cursed with bad luck ever since they brought the souvenir back. Complaints of family deaths, divorces, and illnesses are the top three common side effects of removing the rocks from their natural habitat. By mailing the rocks back, cursed tourists hope they can reverse the damage that they have so foolishly brought upon themselves. Even though the natives tell them not to take the rocks in the first place, tourists have been ignoring them since the 1970s. Some people just have to learn the hard way.

13. “Curse of the Irish
Australia is not the only place with cursed rocks. The Blarney Stone in Ireland is known to bring good luck to anyone who kisses it, but this logic does not apply to the rest of the castle. If you want to take a piece of the Blarney Castle home with you, you’ll get a curse instead. Much like Ayers Rock, regretful tourists often mail their stolen stone fragments back to Ireland with letters of apology explaining how they have been cursed.

One of these people is Linda Kelly from South Carolina. She explains that she bought a rock from Blarney Castle at a yard sale for $1. Its previous owner was a priest who had died alone and in misery. When she took the rock home, her life changed immediately, and not for the better. First, Kelly felt extremely depressed for no explainable reason at all. She also had employment problems right away even though she was usually excellent at her job.

Soon she started hanging around the house all the time and could not seem to even move. When she received a huge late notice in the mail for a bill she knew that she had already paid, she decided to mail the stolen piece of the Blarney Castle back to Ireland. She started to feel better right away and knew she made the right decision. Otherwise, Kelly was sure that she would have ended up like the unlucky priest before her.

12. “The Worst Phone Number in the World
While this one is technically not a physical object, it is still cursed and brings bad luck to all who come across it. I’m talking about a mobile phone number that is so dangerous, nobody in the world will accept it. That’s because every single person who has been given this phone number (0888-888-888) has died. Vladimir Grashnov was the first to go in 2001.

This CEO of a Bulgarian company called Mobitel died of cancer when he was only 48. Next was a Bulgarian crime mafia boss named Konstantin Dimitrov . He was given the cursed number and killed by a hitman at a restaurant soon after. A cocaine drug lord named Konstantin Dishliev got the number next. He was shot outside of a restaurant immediately after. Police suspended the number for a bit to investigate, but the Bulgarian phone company decided to pull the number for good. It’s out of service for everyone’s safety.

11. “Cursed in China
In 1974, a team of seven peasant farmers came across a priceless discovery in their small village of Yang. As they were working the earth, one of them spotted a tiny head sticking out of the ground. They could tell the object was extremely old and were afraid to touch it at first, but one of them wanted cigarette money so he broke a piece of it off to take back to town. That is where their troubles began.

The farmers told others about what they had found, and soon archaeologists came from all over to dig the relics out. In total, over 8 thousand miniature figures were recovered. These figures were made out of a clay-like substance called terracotta . This was a complete replica of the ancient Chinese army, and these figurines had been buried with the First Emperor of China to protect him in the afterlife.

They were more than 2 thousand years old and extremely valuable, but also quite cursed. The 7 peasants who found the terracotta army suffered horribly. Instead of making any money, their farmland was taken from them by the  government and their homes were destroyed to make room for government gift shops and museum exhibits. Some of the peasants died at an early age, and the rest of them now sign books in the museum for next to no pay. Almost all of their village believes that this is payback for disturbing the great Emperor’s cursed army.

10. “Robert’s in the Attic”
If you have ever watched Chucky from the Child’s Play movies, then you should know about the actual doll that inspired him. This doll is named Robert, and instead of wearing overall suspenders and having long red hair, this doll sports a creepy sailor suit, black eyes and holes all over its face. The doll’s original owner was a young boy who was also named Robert, but went by the named of Gene instead because Eugene was his middle name.

Many people believe that the sailor suit Robert wears is a real one that Gene himself used to wear. Gene loved the doll so much that he absolutely refused to part with it even after becoming an adult. Instead, the doll went with him everywhere until he died in 1974. A woman named Myrtle Reuter soon bought the property and found  Robert the doll still inside. Her 10-year-old daughter remembers that the doll was alive and she believes to this day that he constantly plotted to kill her.

She and other visitors recall hearing footsteps in the attic where Robert stayed along with giggling. He would also move to different areas of the house on his own. By 1994, Myrtle decided she had enough and donated Robert to a museum. You can view him in Key West, Florida for yourself if you ever feel like you need a new friend.

9. “King Tut Hates Your Pets”
King Tut was an Egyptian ruler who died at the age of 19. Although he did relatively little during his nine years as  Pharaoh, his cursed tomb has  made him immensely famous years after death. Here’s what happened. British explorers seem to love sticking their noses in the most haunted places in the world, and in 1891 Howard Carter figured he would continue the trend. He went to Egypt and poked around there for almost three decades until he finally came across Tut’s tomb in the early 1920s.

You would think that they opened the coffin and there Tut was, but that’s not exactly what happened. First, they opened the coffin and found a smaller coffin inside. Inside of that was an even smaller coffin, and inside of that was a third coffin that was made of gold. King Tut was inside. Lord Carnarvon accompanied Howard to the tomb and was responsible for funding the excavation.

All of his pets died and he himself died of a mosquito bite shortly thereafter. The technician who x-rayed King Tut died, a wealthy visitor who wanted to see the tomb died, and another member of Howard’s team is thought to have somehow died of arsenic poisoning. Howard himself did not die, but it is said that a cobra ate his pet canary on the same day that he found the tomb.

8.“Donna’s Doll”
Donna was turning 28 years old and going to school as a nursing student in the year 1970. Her mother got her a Raggedy Ann Doll to keep her company while she was away at college. It would soon prove to become the worst gift she had ever received. Donna and her roommate would come home to find the doll in different positions all around the house.

Sometimes its arms were folded and other times it was found learning against a chair. Sometimes the Raggedy Ann Doll would even be kneeling. If you’ve ever seen a Raggedy Ann Doll before, you’d know that it was impossible for Donna to put the doll in a kneeling position without it falling over, so they really had no idea what to make of this. Things only continued to get worse.

Somebody started leaving short messages around the house that said things like “Help us”. Her roommate’s fiancé claimed to have been attacked by the doll on two separate occasions. When Donna came home to find spots of blood on the doll’s hand and chest, she contacted a paranormal investigation team for answers. The two investigators, named Ed and Lorraine Warren, determined that the spirit of a young girl named Annabelle Higgins was to blame.

She had been killed and her body had been found in the exact same area where Donna now lived, except it was just a bare field back. Donna and her roommate gave Annabelle permission to live inside of the doll, and they gave it to the Warrens for safekeeping. The doll possessed by Annabelle is now in a paranormal museum owned by the Warrens, and she is still causing trouble.

According to them, one visitor in particular would not stop mocking Annabelle. He challenged her to bring him harm and she accepted. According to the Warrens, on his way home, the man hit a tree while riding his motorcycle and did not survive.

7. “The Salty Ghost”
There’s a haunted mansion in Newport, Rhode Island with two very haunted chairs. The Belcourt mansion was built in 1894 by Oliver Belcourt, who was just basically some rich guy who wanted a place to show off his huge collection of medieval stuff. Unfortunately, when you put a ton of old armor, books, and other antiques under the same roof, you sometimes wind up with a completely haunted estate.

That’s exactly what happened, and the place is now home to two old haunted salt chairs. If you are wondering what a salt chair is, it’s basically a chair that was made especially for the person who was sitting closest to the salt during meals. Salt used to be a precious resource a long time ago, and so sitting by the salt was a big enough deal that you got a special chair for it.

Apparently, whoever was in charge of the salt back then still lingers around the chairs to this day, and they don’t want to give up their position as head of the table. Visitors who sit in either the two salt chairs reportedly feel anxious, ill, or even like they are being electrocuted. One of the chairs even shot out a bolt of lightning in front of 70 witnesses, the mansion’s owner says.

Another time, a person was launched 6 feet across the room when they tried to sit down. Oftentimes, visitors who are brave enough to take a seat say that it feels like there is already somebody sitting there. There’s also a haunted helmet that screams on its own and a fixed mirror that casts a moving reflection, but we like the ghost who throws people on the floor most.

6. “The Iceman Cometh”
Otzi is the name of a prehistoric caveman who was preserved by the cold climate of the Italian Alps. Many scientists believe he was a shepherd who was murdered by other cavemen for his animal herd, which could be why his very body itself appears to be cursed and out for revenge. For whatever reason, he just can’t seem to stop killing almost everyone who disturbs him.

Otzi was discovered in 1991 by two German tourists. One of the tourists, a man named Helmut Simon, would later die in almost the exact same spot he made the discovery at years later in 2004. He fell to his death during a freak blizzard that no one had seen coming. He is far from alone.

The person in charge of the rescue team for Helmut seemed to be punished for interfering. He died of an unexpected heart attack by age 45 – just one hour after Helmut’s funeral. Otzi is believed to have claimed many other lives through accidents and mysterious illnesses. The first archaeologist who ever looked at Otzi died.

The head of the forensic team that examined Otzi died as well. The mountain climber who brought the forensic team to Otzi died. And as for the man who filmed Otzi while he was being removed from his grave . . . he lived. Just kidding. He died of brain cancer. Don’t mess with Otzi.

5. “The Hot Seat”
Daniel Awety was a 17th century English crook who liked to make counterfeit coins for a dishonest living. His illegal operation was going well until his partner in crime, a man named Thomas Busby, fell in love with his beautiful daughter, Elizabeth. This caused a riff to form between the two men, and in 1702, Thomas beat Daniel to death with the very same hammer that Daniel used to forge fake coins. Thomas was sentenced to death for his crime.

On his way to be hung, he asked to stop at the local pub for a drink. While sitting in his favorite chair, Thomas announces that this seat is officially cursed, and anyone who sits in it from this day forward will die most unpleasantly. People might have laughed it off at the time, but it seems that Thomas was not playing around. Local townsfolk say that Thomas’s curse has claimed the lives of 63 people since then, but only a small portion of them have been officially documented.

In 1967, two pilots from the Royal Air Force each sat in the chair, and they both died in a fatal car crash that same night. Years later, a brave mason decided to tempt fate and take a seat, and he, too, fell to his death that very afternoon. Other instances include a roofer who had a roof collapse from under him, a cleaning lady who soon died of a mysterious brain tumor, and a delivery man who died in a car crash just within one hour of sitting in the cursed chair. The chair is now suspended high up on a wall in a museum . . . just so nobody sits on Thomas’s favorite chair and activates Thomas’s favorite curse.

4. “The ‘Little Bastard"
James Dean was a 1950s actor who was basically seen by many as the coolest person on earth at the time. His favorite car, however, is almost equally as famous as he was, but for completely different reasons. James Dean’s souped-up Porsche 550 Spyder was nicknamed “Little Bastard” because it looked like one mean car on the road. But even when it was off the road, it was still trouble.

When James Dean had the car in the shop to get it upgraded, for example, the car jumped off the trailer and broke the mechanic’s leg. One day Alec Guinness , who is the same guy that played Obi-Wan in the Star Wars movies, was hanging out with James Dean. He told Dean that he would be dead in that car within a week. Sure enough, Dean wrecked seven days later in a fatal accident.

But his car wasn’t through with humanity yet. The same mechanic who had his leg crushed later sold some of the parts from James Dean’s car. He sold the engine and drivetrain to two racecar drivers, and they each had two separate accidents in the same race. One overturned their vehicle and seriously injured themselves. The other hit a tree and died.

Both of “Little Bastard’s” tires were sold too, and they both blew out at the exact same time, nearly costing the driver their life. Then thieves broke into the mechanic’s garage one day to try and steal car parts. When they came across Dean’s car, they both seriously injured themselves. One managed to rip their arm wide open.

3. “No Hope for You”
The Hope Diamond is a huge 44-carat gemstone that was found in a seventeenth century mineshaft in India. According to legend, it was stolen from a group of priests who went on to put a curse on it to get their revenge. Ever since then, anyone who possesses the diamond, from historic figures of royalty to simple mailmen, has experienced great misfortune.

King Louis the 14th bought the gemstone and soon died of gangrene. All of his biological children also died except for one. One of his assistants wore the Hope Diamond for a special event. A little while later this assistant was exiled from the country. Louie the 16th was given the Hope Diamond and he supposedly let his wife wear it. She was the Queen of France, Marie Antoinette, who would later have her head chopped off during the French Revolution.

The list of people who died or were injured while owning the Hope Diamond goes on and on. A Dutch jeweler was killed by his son, a Greek dealer drove off a cliff and killed himself and his entire family, a rich woman had her entire family die off one by one, and even the poor deliveryman wasn’t spared. In 1958, James Todd dropped the Hope Diamond off at the Smithsonian Museum. By 1959, he had gotten into two different car accidents. One crushed his leg, and the other gave him a head injury. His wife died, his dog died, and half his house burned down.

2. “India’s Dark Secret”
The Hope Diamond is not the only cursed gem from India. The Delhi Purple Sapphire was first recovered from the Temple of Indra by British explorers in 1857. In the Hindu religion, Indra is the most powerful god of them all, and as everyone was to soon find out, also probably the last god you’d ever want to anger.

An Englishman named Colonel W. Ferris brought the gem back with him. Soon afterwards, everyone in his family had health issues and lost their money. When a family friend held onto the Delhi Purple Sapphire for a bit, they committed suicide. Over 30 years after its discovery, a writer named Edward Heron-Allen eventually acquired the gem.

He was not a superstitious man in the slightest, but after experiencing a rash of bad luck, he passed it onto his friends to see if the alleged curse would continue. One friend became extremely ill from a number of different health complications, and another friend who was a singer lost her voice forever. The gem seemed to go after a person’s very livelihood, taking away whatever they enjoyed in life the most.

By this point, Edward had seen enough of the gem’s destructiveness and threw it into a canal to rid himself of it once and for all. Imagine his surprise when a gemstone dealer showed him the same Delhi Purple Sapphire that he had thrown in the canal shortly thereafter. It had found its way back to him. Edward bought the gem on the spot, though exactly why is unclear. Maybe he wanted to keep other people safe from its curse.

Maybe he was accepting his fate. Either way, he eventually donated it to a museum because he was going to have a daughter and he wanted her nowhere near the thing. By the way, museum workers have suffered horrible health problems both times that the Sapphire has been transported.

1. “The Passion of the Curse”
In 2004, Mel Gibson directed The Passion of the Christ, a movie which reenacts the biblical events leading up to the crucifixion of Christ and his resurrection. The movie received a lot of criticism for its touchy subject matter, and some people believe that God Himself gave it two thumbs-down by cursing the entire set.

Mel Gibson chose Jim Caviezel to play Jesus Christ. During his role, all kinds of accidents happened to him. Jim got pneumonia, dislocated his shoulder, and even had a huge chunk of flesh taken out of him during the whipping scene. But then there’s the lightning, too.

While filming one scene, lightning struck Jim straight in the head. When an assistant named Jon Mikalini ran out to check on Jim, lightning struck him, too. Unbelievably, this was the third time that lightning had hit the set – Jon the assistant had been struck once before. During an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network, Jim says that he knew lightning was going to hit him a full four seconds before he was struck. Something inside of him felt that it was coming.

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Top 10 Real Kids Born With Unbelievable Incredible Features

Top 10 Real Kids Born With Unbelievable Incredible Features

Cute, charming, and irresistibly adorable. That's how most of us describe babies. But there are some babies that display unique features that sets them apart from the rest. It can be a unique birthmark or a medical condition that makes them look a bit different compared to other babies. But no matter how different they may look, they're always a proud parent's precious little child. Here are the top 10 kids born with incredible and unique features! Amazing!



10. Deepak Kumar Paswaan
Having a few extra limbs would be impressive. But for seven-year old Deepak Kumar Paswaan, this is a nightmare. Nicknamed octopus-boy, the young boy has an extra set of limbs protruding out of his chest from his undeveloped twin. This unnatural feature of his resulted in him being perceived as the incarnation of Vishnu, a Hindu god usually depicted as having four arms, while others said that he houses a demon within his body. Regardless of what people think about him, Deepak only wants one thing, to be able to live normally, just like the other children in his community.

This wish of his came true on May 30th, 2010, when a team of 15 doctors performed a complicated surgery to remove his extra limbs. The operation was a complete success, with doctors stating that he is 100% fit. Of course, Deepak, after years of being  ridiculed by other people, still needs to have a bit of counseling in order to lead a normal life. And while there are no updates currently about Deepak's status, this photo of him back in 2011 is enough to prove that he is now able to live a normal life.

9. Pixie Rose Masters
Most babies are usually born with a small amount of hair on their heads, but Pixie Rose Masters is an exception. When she was born back on July 4, doctors and nurses were surprised to see that she was born with a full mop of jet black hair. And while it's not a rare condition per se, her hair was unusually thicker compared to other babies born with hair. And that's not the only unusual thing about Pixie, as she was also born with a medical condition called microtia, which affects one in every 7,000 newborns.

This condition is quite severe as her right ear is deformed, making it hard for her to hear things. And while it is possible that her parents can hide her deformed ear with her long, black hair, her mother mentioned that her flaws won't stop her from styling her daughter's hair. It is unknown whether they'll have doctors perform surgery to fix her right ear, but for now, Pixie is enjoying the compliments she receives from people worldwide.

8. Bence and MilliAnna
Many of us spend hundreds to thousands of dollars just to get the hair color and style we want. But not these babies, because they were already born with it. Born in Hungary, Bence was nicknamed Prince Charming by the hospital's residents due to his platinum blonde hair. Initially, doctors thought that he might have some sort of albinism, which can be dangerous as his skin won't have enough melanin to protect him from the sun's UV rays. But in reality, Bence was a normal, healthy boy. He was just lucky to be born with a really striking hair color.

And in South Carolina, MilliAnna also possesses a unique trait that sets her apart from other babies. She has a white streak of hair on her forehead. Surprisingly, it's not only her that has this, as her mother, as well as her grandmother and great-grandmother, possesses this birthmark. This is caused by a condition called poliosis, which is basically results in a lack of melanin on the affected area, causing it to grow white. Still, it doesn't stop MilliAnna's mother from telling her that she is special and beautiful for inheriting their family's unique birthmark.

7. Fu Wengui
From the right angles, it's hard to see what's wrong with Fu Wengui, a 15-year old boy from China. But once you get near him, it's impossible for you to not notice his abnormally long neck. Having 10 vertebrae rather than the usual seven in his neck, it has caused Fu Wengui great distress both physically and emotionally. His head movement is severely hindered and even the simplest of movements can cause him great pain.

This also causes several unwanted attention and he's had problems with regards to socializing. According to doctors, Fu Wengui suffers from a condition called congenital scoliosis, a condition wherein vertebrae within the neck aren't formed properly. Fortunately, the doctors of Chaoyang Hospital have formulated a treatment plan to fix this irregularity and give Fu Wengui a normal neck. Currently, there are no updates on how the surgery went. Let's just hope that it went well so that he can live a normal life.



6. Gabby Williams
It's hard to treat a medical condition that has no name. Such is the case of Gabby Williams, who suffers from a medical condition so complex and unknown, there's no medical term for it. Currently at age nine, Gabby has the face of a baby and a body similar to that of toddlers. Her medical condition, according to experts, dramatically slows down her aging process and causes her to age once every four years, resulting in her still having the body of a two-year old. And to make matters worse, she is also plagued with a host of ailments, such as heart defects and an abnormality in her swallowing reflex, which requires her to be fed with a tube in her nose.

While there are similar cases like hers on other parts of the globe, medical experts still haven't pinpointed the exact cause of this perplexing medical condition. Even worse is that they don't know if Gabby will survive her ordeal. For now, the only thing Gabby and her family can do is to stay positive and hope for the best. Before we carry on, take a look at this photograph of supposedly the darkest baby in the world, which began circulating in 2015. It went viral online, along with this image. So my question is, can you explain the image? I'll reveal the answer at the end so stick around!

5. Arnav Sharma
Only a few people can ever hope to achieve Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking levels of genius. But a young boy from India who has grown up in the UK not only succeeded in reaching the levels of the two geniuses, he also surpassed them. As early as two years old, Arnav Sharma has shown remarkable intelligence, capable of counting to 100 without being taught by his relatives. At age eight, he showed a great interest in singing and dancing, participating in a contest and reaching the semi-finals.

And at age 11, he took the Mensa test, reaching an IQ score of 162, which is higher than Einstein and Hawking. Even more outstanding is that he was able to do it with zero preparation, even explaining that he was not nervous while taking the test. Currently, he's studying at Crossfields School, but he's eligible to enroll at a number of prestigious schools including Eton College and Westminster. When he's not studying, he can be seen partaking in stereotypical smart kid activities like playing the piano or reading books. His plans for the future? Well, he says hasn't thought of it at the moment, but I'm pretty sure we can expect great things from him as long as he continues to nurture his gift.

4.Cinar Engin
Birthmarks are often seen as a skin imperfection, but for Cinar Engin and his parents, his birthmark is anything, but a flaw. Having a birthmark shaped like a heart on his forehead, Cinar has captured the hearts of many, including the doctors and nurses who helped in birthing him. His unique birthmark is so popular, that people they meet during their walks often stop and adore Cinar and his birthmark, with some even taking photos with him!

It even earned him the nickname love baby or hearted boy, as dubbed by the doctors in the hospital where he was born. His parents don't seem to mind his newfound popularity. In fact, both of them seem to love the attention he is getting. For them, Cinar's birthmark is a special one, as if it was his own way of thanking his parents for being born into this world.

3. Archie Innes
Most babies open their eyes once they're birthed into the world. However, this is entirely impossible for Archie Innes. Not because he can't open his eyes, but it's because he has no eyes to begin with. Afflicted with the SOX2 syndrome, a medical condition that causes abnormal development of the eyes, and a number of other medical conditions, Archie was able to defy the odds and survive, dubbing him as a miracle baby by the doctors. However, even the most basic of movement, such as crawling and walking, its especially hard for him due to his complications.

But, this did not stop Archie's parents from pursuing therapy in order for him to be able to live normally, hoping that someday some type of potential treatment can help sort out all his medical conditions in the near future. The family has started a fundraiser for people who are willing to help out Archie should doctors be able to formulate a treatment plan for him. For now, the only thing Archie's family can do is to shower him with love, as they want him to feel special and loved, regardless of his medical conditions.

2. Ollie Trezise
Ollie Trezise, a little boy from Wales, has been called by many, the real-life Pinocchio. But unlike Pinocchio, his nose doesn't grow longer. Rather, he has the round, red nose Pinocchio usually has. This is caused by a rare medical condition called encephalocele, which causes his brain to grow in his nose, creating a brain sac. If left untreated, he could contract infections including meningitis should his nose, and effectively his brain, get injured.

Fortunately, he was treated before his condition worsened, thanks to the doctors of Birmingham Children's Hospital. Today, he is a young boy actively enjoying his life, bonding with his parents and his older sister. Though he might have some imperfections, his parents are still right to believe he's still a perfect little boy, just like the boy Pinocchio's creator, Geppetto, would like to have.



1. Loyalty Adonis
The average weight of a newborn is around 3.4 kilograms. But LaQueena Hunter Grover gave birth to a gigantic baby. She gave birth to Loyalty Adonis, who weighed 6.35 kilograms, making him the heaviest baby for the year 2017. And while she wasn't new to this, seeing that she gave birth to babies way past the average weight before, Adonis was in an  entirely new league, so she was rather surprised when she found out his weight.

Despite his large frame, Adonis is a perfectly healthy baby. In fact, he is quite an active one, with his mother saying that he acts like the Incredible Hulk whenever he doesn't get something. He immediately bawls when his mother fails to change his diapers when he's wet or forgets to feed him when he's hungry. But no matter how much of a troublemaker he may be, LaQueena says that he is her own special child. And as a final word, she said that Adonis will be her last baby and that she is closing her womb for good.

Maybe she fears that she'll have an even heavier baby, hmm? And now back to the world's darkest baby image. Although many sites promoted it as being a real story, the truth is that the photo is fake. While its origins are up for debate, the figure shown in the image was actually a life-like doll created by Breath Of Heaven artist Lilah Pearsons. The second image circulated was likely just photoshopped to make the child look darker than it really was.

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Top 10 Youngest Moms of All Time

Top 10 Youngest Moms of All Time

Ask any pregnant woman, and she'll tell you that growing another living being inside your body takes it's toll. This fact holds doubly true if said mother is only a child herself. No, not 16 and pregnant. Try preteen and pregnant. There isn't a girl in this video older than 10. To destroy your faith in humanity, we give you the top 10 youngest mothers of all time.



10. Leyla Mafi
This list is ordered by age at which young mothers gave birth, but if it were set by the level of depravity, then Layla Mafi would be right at number one. Leyla, from Iran, was only eight years old when her own brother started paying their  mother for the chance to have sex with her. Yes, you heard that right. Leyla's mother didn't just know her son's were abusing their sister, she charged them money for the privilege. I can't even process the level of disgusting that is.

To make matters worse, if that's even possible, Leyla suffered from a developmental disability, being assessed as mentally the age of eight at 19. Leyla was only nine years old when her first child was born, twins following when she was 14. Her brothers were caught and flogged for their crimes. Leyla, on the other hand, was sentenced to death for illegal sex and incest. Thank God a lawyer from amnesty stopped the execution, and finally got Leyla the help she needed.

9. Dafne
On January 27th, 2013, a beautiful baby girl was born via caesarean section. She weighed 5.7 pounds, and was  approximately 19 inches long. By all accounts, this was a perfectly normal, healthy child. There was just one tiny  difference. Her mother, known only as Dafne, was nine years old. Dafne's parents claimed they didn't report the unusual and alarming pregnancy, because the father was Dafne's 17 year old boyfriend. Apparently, they saw that as a perfectly okay and consensual relationship.

At first, it looked like a case of extremely bad judgment on her parents part, but the more people dug into the story, the worse it got. Police couldn't seem to find the supposed boyfriend, and when they separated her from her parents, Dafne was adamant that the father of her child was actually her own 56 year old father, classy huh? For God knows what reason, authorities allowed Dafne and her baby to go home with her parents, and just a warning that they'd frequently be dropping by.

8. Anna Mummenthaler
Precocious puberty is the term for a child who hits puberty earlier than is considered normal. The average age for young boys is somewhere between nine and 12, while girls will usually begin menstruation around eight to 11. In the case of Anna Mummenthaler from Switzerland, she was only two years old when she had her first period. This crazy fact ensured that Anna was a frequent flyer with her physician, Doctor G E Von Haler.

Not surprisingly, she did everything a little too early, including menopause at 52, and dying at age 75. But perhaps her most well known achievement, was the age at which she became a mother. She was only eight years nine months old when she gave birth to an unfortunately stillborn baby girl. The father of the child was identified as a friend of her father's. I certainly hope they never allowed him anywhere near Anna again, and that he, you know, went to jail, because that's exactly where a monster like that belongs.

7. Hilda Trujillo
Hilda Trujillo was the daughter of a humble servant. She lived in a one bedroom house in Peru with several family members, including a 22 year old cousin, who came to live with them when he needed a soft spot to land. Unfortunately, the pig landed right on top of Hilda. At first, her parents suspected nothing, but when the nearly eight year old girl became increasingly sick, her mother went to their mistress and begged for help. Doctors were shocked to find that Hilda was already five months pregnant.

On December 2nd, 1957, at eight years seven months old, Hilda gave birth to a tiny baby girl she named Maria del Rosario. At just over nine pounds, Maria was delivered a month early, the old fashioned way, and was a healthy, normal baby, aside from the age of her mother. As for Hilda's cousin, that creep was tossed in jail, where I hope he spends the rest of his days being nibbled away at by rats.

6. Anya
Being unable to stop someone from hurting your child is every good parents worst nightmare, but that nightmare turned out to be more than just a bad dream for the parents of a little girl in Russia. Little miss Anya was an early bloomer, hitting puberty at just seven years old. It wasn't long after that her neighbor, a 13 year old boy, took a rather pointed and unhealthy interest in the young girl.
I think we can all agree that 13 is plenty old enough to know basic rights from wrongs, so you can bet her neighbor knew what he was doing when he raped her. Her family only became aware of the situation when Anya really started to show signs of pregnancy. I'd imagine they thought she was just getting a little fat, or maybe she had a tumor. They never expected their little girl to have her own little girl. She was eight years seven months old when she gave birth to her daughter in April of 2000.



5. Columbian girl in 2004
It's not very often that a cop pegs you as a drug smuggler and ends up doing you more help than hurt, but that's exactly what happened to an unnamed girl in Columbia. A passing officer noticed her tight, swollen belly, and immediately arrested her and her mother. He expected to find the poor girl stuffed full of bags of cocaine, but not in a million years did he imagine that x-rays would show a much darker story. This innocent child wasn't smuggling drugs at all. Instead, it was discovered that she was already 32 weeks, or seven months, pregnant.

Seven months, seven whole months. As it turned out, she'd been raped by some poor excuse of a human being, while picking up medicine for her sick other. The crime was considered too embarrassing  for her family to report. On October 11th in 2004, she gave birth at the Measen Hospital. She was eight years and five months old. Her attacker never faced a single charge.

4. Mum-Zi
It can be difficult for us sometimes to understand why other cultures do things the way they do. There are so many different ways to go through life, different foods we will and won't eat, and sometimes cultures flat out disagree on what counts as normal. In certain parts of Africa, a chief collecting a harem of young girls is completely par for the course, and there are certainly multiple cultures that practice polygamy, involving all ages.

But many of us would object to a grown man making an eight year old his wife, regardless of whether or not her parents were onboard with the idea. Yep, a grown man marrying children less than half his age is apparently a thing. Normally these young girls do not conceive for their husbands until at least their teenage years, but for Mum-Zi, motherhood came at the tender age of eight years and four months. Her daughter also conceived ridiculously early, making Mum-Zi into a grandmother at age 17.

3. H
Out of all the girls on our list so far, they share one thing, they have gone through puberty. Each of these girls matured at an unusually young age, some of them incredibly so. But a six year old girl in India, identified only as H, puts herself at an unusual place in history for being the only known girl who never actually menstruated before conceiving her first child. H was rushed to the hospital with a distended stomach and abdominal pains.

Doctors assumed she had a tumor, until their scans revealed she was, in fact, pregnant. Her baby, a four pound girl, was delivered via ceasarean section, and despite not having developed much mammary tissue yet, she was still able to nurse her child for a full nine months. H was only six years seven months old. The father of her child was never publicly known, nor was any indication given that it was privately known, but you can bet it wasn't a voluntary kind of situation.

2. Yelizaveta Gryshchenko
Liza was a few days shy of her sixth birthday, when she was rushed to a hospital in Russia to deliver a baby. It came as no surprise to anyone that It was a long, difficult labor. Her hips and birthing channel were not yet fully developed, and the baby was basically stuck inside her. But c-sections were considered extremely risky back in 1934, so, in compliance with her parents wishes, and with the help of forceps, Liza's child was eventually dragged from her body.

The baby unfortunately died during the process, due to lack of oxygen directly related to the length of the labor. Had they been allowed to act more quickly, doctors may have been able to save the child. However, what made this particular case so disturbing was the identity of the father of her child. You might be tempted to suspect her dad, but no, it's worse. The sub human monster who impregnated such a young child was Liza's own 70 year old grandfather.

1. Lina Medina
Lina Medina went down in history as the youngest mother of all time. Her parents brought her to the hospital, due to a rapidly swelling stomach. Instead of the tumor they expected to find, doctors were shocked to discover that Lina was seven months pregnant. They literally had to send her to a specialist to double confirm the diagnosis, because, you see, Lina was just about halfway over five years old. Apparently she went through puberty somewhere between the ages of two and three, and by age five, she already had fairly well developed breasts. Talk about growing up fast.

A month and a half after the discovery of her pregnancy, doctors delivered a healthy baby boy via ceasarean section. She as just five years seven months and 21 days old. Pretty much literally a baby herself, having a baby. That was back in May of 1939. The identity of the man who raped her remains a mystery to this day. Hopefully he died a slow, painful death. Were you shocked by any of these young mothers? What do you think the authorities should have done to the fathers? Slow death, I hope.

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10. Bloody Mary experience
One night at a slumber party, all of the girls dared one of them to go into the bathroom and call out Bloody Mary’s name. The friend accepted this dare but she was also terrified to death. After fifteen minutes had passed, they heard the poor girl scream and she was struggling to open the door. When her friends finally got the door open, the girl in the washroom was whimpering, shaking and crying for help. Her arms were covered in bruises and cuts and even to this day, she apparently refuses to talk about what happened to her in that bathroom.

9. Classic Bloody Mary
Three friends were hanging out on Friday the 13th and they were talking about Urban Legends, especially Bloody Mary. So, they all convinced one another to try the ritual for themselves. The three of them gathered candles, went into a pitch-black bathroom and waited until 2:55am. They chanted bloody Mary 13 times and all of a sudden, they saw a swirl of smoke and a figure of an old woman appear in the mirror. All three girls instantly screamed, turned on the lights and Bloody Mary vanished. But that doesn’t mean that they are safe.

8. Queen Mary the first
The origins of Bloody Mary vary from country to country but the most popular theory is that Queen Mary I is the spirit of Bloody Mary because during her reign as Queen during the Tudor period, she was nicknamed Bloody Mary because she had an unusual amount of miscarriages and she was also very quick to order executions during her five years as Queen of England. In some versions of Bloody Mary, the person is supposed to chant her name three times and then say “I stole your baby” or “I killed your baby.” Which is an awful and pretty harsh was to summon an already aggressive ghost.

7. The mirror cracked pierces
A group of girls at a summer camp thought it would be fun to summon Bloody Mary. Personally, this isn’t my idea of a good time, but that’s just me. So, they ran into a dark bathroom and chanted her name three times. At first, nothing happened so the girls were mocking bloody Mary but then the mirror began to violently crack and all of the girls ran out of the bathroom except for one because she was paralyzed with fear. When she was alone with Bloody Mary in the bathroom, she saw a flash of movement in the mirror as if someone was standing right beside her. Eventually she was able to get up and run for her life. The next morning, they all laughed about the incident but they all vowed to never attempt to summon her ever again.

6. The Japanese version of Bloody Mary
Different regions and cultures have their own versions of Bloody Mary and this is the Urban Legend that is haunting Japan. According to the legend, if someone goes into the third stall of the girl’s washroom on the third floor of a school, then knocks three times and asks “Are you there, Hanako-san?” the spirit will answer, “I am here.” And then if you chose to enter the stall, there will be a small girl wearing a red skirt waiting for you. Some people have claimed that after summoning her, Hanako-san’s bloody hands can be seen from under the door. Some people have even said that if you enter the stall, you will be eaten by a three-headed lizard.

5. Dead silence
Two friends just finished watching a horror movie and one of the friends wanted to scare the other one. So, she took her friend into the bathroom, chanted Bloody Mary three times and waited for her to appear. After a couple of minutes, she was disappointed and decided to turn on the lights when all of a sudden, she saw a third reflection in the mirror. When she looked closer, she saw a black and white woman with her mouth wide open. This sent shivers down their spines because they were expecting this figure to let out a piercing scream. However, this creepy spirt remained silent and she began to lift up her arms. Her hands were drenched in blood and her fingernails have been torn off. Bloody Mary reached for the girls and touched one of their shoulders. The two girls desperately screamed for help, turned on the lights and ran for their lives. Well I guess it’s safe to say that these two are never going to attempt to summon Bloody Mary ever again or use that washroom.

4. Bloody Mary with cuts on her face
During a sleepover, nine-year-old Katie and her friends decided that they wanted to have a little fun so they tried to summon Bloody Mary. They all brought candles into the washroom, turned out the lights and began chanting her name. That’s when they saw an old woman with cuts and scrapes all over her wrinkled face. She also had chains tightly looped around her neck and shoulders. The girls were so frightened that they all began to scream and suddenly the shower curtain burst into flames. They all ran out of the bathroom and her older brother put out the fire. These girls were blamed for the fire but they all know what the truth was that night.

3. The possession
When Amanda was only 12 years old, she attempted to summon Bloody Mary and ever since that night, she believes that Bloody Mary’s spirit opened up a portal that allowed demons and ghosts to enter into her soul. As she grew up, she believed that she was possessed by demons so she became addicted to drugs, she suffered from psychosis and she was even institutionalized for a month. Amanda has even attempted to perform many exorcisms without any success. So now, lots of people believe that if you attempt the Bloody Mary ritual, you are opening up a portal for demonic spirts that can really harm you.

2. The red reflection
Lauren and her friend were driving one night and they started talking about the scariest urban legends. Bloody Mary came up and they thought it would be cool to see if this urban legend was true or not. So they pulled over and went inside of a gas station’s bathroom. They turned off the lights, splashed water on the mirror, spun around and chanted bloody Mary three times. When these girl’s looked into the mirror, they discovered that one of their reflections began to turn red. They kept staring at the reflection for a couple more minutes and then they ran out of the bathroom in fear. Once they were far enough away, they realized that one of the friend’s face was covered in blood and once they cleaned it up, she had tiny scratch marks all over her face.

1. Bloody Mary ritual
This is definitely the worst-case scenario when attempting to summon this evil spirit and although this might just be an urban legend, it’s still enough for me to never want to attempt to summon her spirit. This urban legend focuses around two friends who wanted to provoke Bloody Mary. They summoned her by writing 666 on the mirror with red lipstick, lit some candles and only one of them stayed in the bathroom because they thought that it wouldn’t work if more than one person was inside. After he chanted her cursed name, the candles went out, the door was locked and his friend couldn’t get into the bathroom to save him. After fifteen minutes of trying to break into the bathroom, he finally got in and saw his friend’s lifeless body resting on the sink.

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Today are continuing our world tour of Urban Legends with a highly requested country - India. India has more history than some other countries combined and as always, with history comes stories and some of them are scary. Lets take a look at the Top 10 Scary Indian Urban Legends.

10. The Muhnochwa


In 2002, the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh was gripped by a panicked frenzy. People had reported seeing the Munochwa - a beast thats name roughly translates to The Face Scratcher. It would reportedly dash through the air at night like a UFO, emitting red and green beams of light. When it got close, it would slash their face with steel claws, leaving deep scratches that burnt and bled. As the panic continued, the theories began. Some said it was an angry spirit or an elemental creature. Pakistans intelligence agency even chipped in to suggest it was a chemically engineered insect. Whatever it was, people were so scared they held special ceremonies at their local temples to ward away The Face Scratcher - some believe it may return again.

9. Nale Ba


In the 90s, there were reports of a witch visiting houses in Bangalore India. She would come at night, knocking on the door and calling out to the person inside. Whats creepy is she was said use the voice of one of their relatives, especially their mothers. If they opened their door, theyd be dead within 24 hours. As panic spread, rumours of a solution did too. Some said to write -Nale Ba- on the door. That means -come tomorrow- so the witch would see the sign and return the next day. For many years after, it this became a tradition - a way of warding off evil spirits. Some say that Nale Ba has been forgotten by the younger generation, who have now put themselves at risk of the witch returning again.

8. The Wolves of Pavagada


In 1983, several girls younger than 5 went missing at night in the village of Pavagada. They were taken right under their parents noses but nobody saw who or what did it. On one occasion, villagers found a pool of blood and the clothes of the missing child. The footprints of an animal were visible and the police dogs tracked the sent back to a cave, its entrance blocked by a wall of bricks. The police claimed that man eating wolves were on the prowl. Others were confused though, why would all the targets be girls - all of them the only daughters of their parents. Why were they always taken from their sleeping parents and why were there no drag parks on the ground? One father even reported the wolf threw stones at him. This led some locals to believe the children were actually taken by a cult of black magic practitioners who were using them as human sacrifices to the Goddess Kali. To this day, the case remains a mystery.

7. The Milk Miracle


20 years ago a rumour began spreading around India that Ganesh idols everywhere were drinking milk. When people held a spoon or bowl of milk to the lips of the idols, the milk would slowly get depleted. In just a few hours, news had spread beyond India and Hundi temples in the UK, Canada and the US were reporting the same phenomenon. Hindu organisations announced that a miracle was happening. Some scientists have claimed it was caused by a mix of surface tension, the capillary effect and confirmation bias.

6. Jhalak Dikhlaja


Thats the name of a song by a popular India musician back in 2006. It dominated the music charts for weeks but among all the hype, there were some darker stories attached to it. Some people said the song was attracting the dead. In the small village of Bhalej, locals claimed that one of the lyrics was acting as a call for ghosts. They said people were becoming possessed by evil spirits after hearing the song and were going to the local priest to be cured. It was also claimed that listening to the song in the local graveyard was practically inviting possession. In the end, fear of the song grew so much that the village actually banned the song - nobody was allowed to play it. Presumably the possessions stopped - what do you guys think of that? Can a song on the radio be cursed?

5. Monkey Man


In 2001 people in Delhi claimed that an ape-like monster was roaming the streets at night. It was said to be attacking people. Description of the Monkey Man differed but it was about four ft tall, covered in thick black hair, with a metal helmet, metal claws, glowing red eyes and 3 buttons on its chest. Many people reported being scratched and some even said 2 or 3 people died when leaping from the tops of buildings or stairwells in a panic. Its been years since the event but some people still claim the monkey man is out there and could attack another day.

4. Kuldhara


Established in the 13th century, this used to be a prosperous Indian village for hundreds of years until the early 19th century when everyone disappeared. Years later, some historians said this was due to a lack of water or heavy taxes on the people - but the legend is much darker. People say that the leader of the area was attracted to a beautiful girl from the village. He sent his guards to force the villagers to hand over the girl. The villagers asked the guards to return the next morning and while they were gone, they abandoned the whole village. The village chief then cursed the abandoned village for eternity, meaning anyone who lives there will die. Those who have dared to stay overnight have reported supernatural happenings such as shadows in the night, footprints and mysterious noises.

3. Mande Burung


For many people, this is the Indian equivalent of the North American bigfoot. The Mande Burung is an ape like creature said to inhabit the subtropical forests in Northeast India. Its been described as a large, hairy bipedal hominid. The locals call him the -Man of The Jungle- and say theyve seen it for generations. More often though - they hear it - its strange calls echoing out across the rice paddies. Some say it stands 10ft tall and weighs over 600 pounds. In 2008, a gro7up of yeti hunters gave two hairs they found to a renowned British primatologist. After examining them, Ian Redmond said they most closely resembled human, chimp, gorilla or other so called -yeti hair- samples … but with or without science to back it up, the legend lives on.

2. The White Lady of Sanjay Van


In the forest of south delhi, people have reported seeing a spectral woman in a white saree. She is said to walk among the banyan trees before disappearing. Some reports say theyve seen her hanging from the trees and that this is what ended her life. One local said -she comes alive at night, when those leaves start glowing. There are many such lovely spirits here- … personally, I wouldnt use the term lovely to describe that. Shes also said to wave at you and then disappear. Thats a definite nope from me.

1. The Onion Witch


In 2005, reports of a witch visiting homes in Delhi was said to be linked to a number of deaths in the Indian capital. According to the rumours, a witch in the guise of a hungry woman rang peoples doorbell and asked for an onion. If shes given the onion, she cuts it in half and blood squirts out. The onion donor then dies instantly, a moment after realising what has happened. Some say it wasnt just 1 but rather 3 witches. Locals began applying palm prints of turmeric and henna on doors to ward off the witches and some still fear their return.

Top 10 Scary French Urban Legends


Its about time we talked about France! Its a country known for its rich history and culture - but today were not going to be talking about restaurants, museums and buildings - were going to be talk about the dark stories that have haunted the people of France for hundreds - or even thousands of years. Will they end haunting you too? And this is the Top 10 Scary French Urban Legends

10. The Lou Carcolh


This urban legend originates from the Gascony region of France. The Lou Carcolh is said to be a disgusting, grotesque creature that wanders the countryside of southern France. Its described as half snake, half snail. Its massive and long body carried an enormous shell on its back. Its hideous mouth is surrounded by several long, hairy and slime covered tentacles that can extend for not inches or feet - but for miles, yes, miles. They send these tentacles stretching out from the caves they live on. They wait for people to accidentally touch one and then - bang - they grab hold of you and drag you down underground where they swallow you whole with their huge mouth.

9. Meat Pies


In the 15th century, the story goes that a barber and a cook made a deal in Paris. The barber would slit the throats of his clients who were mainly poor college students. He would then chop up their bodies and send them through a trapdoor to a cook - straight to his kitchen. The cook would then use the human meat for his pies - there were many different flavors and sizes to reflect the diversity of his supply … business grew for both of them and the bakers became one of the citys most well known Patisseries. Nobody was wise to what was going on - at least no human. One day, a German student called Alaric was visiting the barber. His dog sensed that something wasnt right and began barking at the  neighbors. When people came to investigate - they found the cellar, full of torture tools used to hack apart the corpses. The two men confessed to their heinous crimes and were burnt alive in iron cages.

8. The Peluda


This creature has been a feared part of French folklore for generations. Its name means -hairy or shaggy beast- but to be honest - its a whole lot more than that. They are said to have stingers like a porcupine, the head and neck of a snake, tortoise feet and a serpent tail. Their breath withers crops, they can fire their quills like arrows, spit acid out of their tail and if they attack you - youre doomed - they are said to be invulnerable all over their body except for their tail. With their huge size, people say they could create floods simply by stepping on rivers. Some believe that the Peluda was on of the animals that was not saved by Noah and his Ark in the Bible. However, it still survived the Great Flood that came by hiding in a cave. Afterwards, it went on a rampage across the world - killing everything that got to board the ark. Some say it still continues this today, even if theyre only left in France.

7. The Chateau de Trecesson


This is a medieval castle in the Brittany region of France. From the outside, its an impressive looking building - attracting tourists from all over - but don't be fooled by its outward charm, the Chateau is famous for its terrifying ghost stories. One night, many years ago, a black coach stopped near the moat and two men got out. They used shovels and picks to dig a deep grave in silence. From the coach they dragged a young woman dressed as a bride - her face as pale as her dress. She doesnt cry or beg for mercy as her executioners lay her in her grave and cover her with dirt. The men then ride off into the darkness. A local man saw the whole thing from the trees and gathered the other villagers to help. They dug her up and tried to save her but by sunrise she had died without saying a word. They never knew who she was or why they killed her - but it wasnt the last time people saw her. In the centuries since then, locals have sworn they still see her ghost floating on the waters of the moat, still in her wedding dress - and still deathly silent.

6. Catacombs


This is perhaps one of the most famous and creepy parts of Paris. They are a series of tunnels that wind underneath the city. They are said to hold the remains of some six million people there. They were first started in the late 18th century to help deal with the citys overflowing cemeteries. A sign at the entrance reads -Stop! This is the empire of the dead!800 meters of the walkways in lines entirely with bones. Over the years locals have shared stories of dark goings on among the bones - legends of Masonic cults meeting, black masses, Nazi Gatherings, gang fights and serial killers.

5. The Wooden Leg


In The Chateau de Combourgis, there is a ghost with a wooden leg. It is said to be the ghost of Comte de Combourg - he was a general who lived there 300 years ago and lost his in battle, having it replaced by a wooden one. In life, his leg was said to send echos around the castle so that everyone knew where he was. After he died though, that never went away. In the years since, many visitors have said theyve heard his leg thumping in the night. Some even say theyve seen it walking up and down the stairs by itself - no body attached to it - accompanied only by a mysterious black cat.

4. A Strange Concert


On June 2nd 1925, a 24 year old medical student named Jean Romier was studying in a garden in Paris. An elderly man approached him dressed in a strange riding coat. The two men began to talk about classical music and eventually, the  old man invites Jean to come and listen to his concert he was putting on with some friends on Friday. Jean accepted and asked him for his name and address. He said he was Alphonse Berruyer and his address was Rue de Vaugirard, 3rd floor, on the left. Next Friday, Jean arrived at the given address and was welcome in where he met the Alphonses whole family. They were lovely to him but Jean couldn't shake this strange feeling that something wasnt right. Maybe it was the old fashioned apartment with its outdated decor and gas lighting. They musicians sit down and perform some classical music including Mozart. Jean stayed for a few hours after and talked to Alphonses about music. He thanked him and left.

Out in the street, he realised he had left his lighter inside. He went up and rang the bell but there was no answer. He kept trying until a neighbor came out and asked what the problem was. Jean said he is trying to see Alphonse but the neighbour said - I think youre mistaken, Jean has been dead for 20 years and that the apartment has been empty since then. Jean tells him thats impossible, he had just spent a whole night with him and his family. The neighbour started to become suspicious of Jean and accused him of being a thief. The police unlocked the apartment and took Jean inside along with the owner of the place - Alphonses great-great-great Grandson. They walked through the apartment which was now empty, when they got to the back room they found a side table covered in dust. There, sitting on top, was Jeans lighter. Some say Jean experienced a time slip, others refuse to believe this happened at all - either way, theres an official police report out there that contains this story - and many believe its unsolved.

3. The Tuileries Phantom


This is the story of a man called Jean. He worked as a butcher near the Tuileries palace in Paris during the reign of Catherine de Medicis in the 16th century. She ordered Jean to be killed because he had threatened to reveal many of the royal familys secrets. Just before he was executed, he told his executioner that he would rise from the dead. The executioner left Jeans corpse in the garden. He then went to tell Catherine the deed had been done. When he returned to the garden to dispose of the body, he found Jeans corpse missing. A few days later, the Queens astrologist reported having a vision.

In it, he claimed he saw all the inhabitants of the palace die a terrible death and that Jean would haunt the palace until it was destroyed. Not long after, the executioner was on his way to the palace when he looked behind him - and froze in horror. There stood Jean, drenched - as if he was still alive - covered in blood - thus began the legend of the Red Man. He is said to have haunted the grounds ever since. People believe that comes across Jean - the little red man - means a terrible tragedy will follow shortly.

2. The Devils door of Notre Dame


Notre Dame is a very famous Cathedral in Paris - many visitors notice its elegant side doors with their intricate iron pattern. They were designed by an artist called Biscornet - his talents were known throughout France. The doors were considered a masterpiece - taking months to complete in Biscornets workshop. Parisians were so impressed that some of them began to doubt he did it alone. This was the 1300s - an age of deep superstition in Europe - some people said that Biscornet had sold his soul to the devil in exchange for this masterpiece.

Locals said they had been to his studio during his work hours where they had found him unconscious on the floor next to the finished piece which had been mysteriously completed in record time. When they came to first use the door on the Cathedral, the priests claim that they could only get it to work after sprinkling it with Holy Water. Biscornet died soon after and in the years since, many experts have struggled to explain how he made this with the basic tools of the time. Some also point to his name - Bis means two or twice while cornet means horn - put it together and you have the two horned man.

1. Chateau de Brissac


This old French castle in the Loire Valley was first built in the 11th century. Its been almost a thousand years since then and its walls have seen some grizzly deaths and hauntings. Perhaps the most famous is the story of Charlotte. She was the wife of Jacques de Breze, the lord of the castle in the 1400s. One night, he came home after a hunt and had dinner with Charlotte - then, they went to bed in their separate rooms - the marriage was said to be for political reasons, not love. That night, he was woken by his servant who said Charlotte had another man in his room - it was one of his hunter partners.

He flew into a rage, grabbed his sword and attacked both of them - slashing and hacking away. By the time they were dead, their bodies had almost 100 wounds inflicted. Charlotte was actually the half sister of King Louis the 6th. He stripped Jacques of all his titles and took possession of his castle. As for Charlotte, well, people say she never left - her traumatic death made her a ghost, cursed to haunt the castle forever. They say at night on the walls of the castle you can see a female ghost in a green dress with bloody, gaping holes all over her body. She is silent except for when she returns to the room where she was murdered - where deathly moans and cries can be heard until dawn.

Top 10 Scary Pakistani Urban Legends

Alright so, urban legends have been circulating around the world for hundreds of years. These scary stories, rumors and myths have been spread in every country and Pakistan is no exceptions. So grab a friend because we are about to dive into this list of the top 10 scary Pakistani urban legends.

10. The Chadda group


During the 90’s, the Chadda group was known across the country as a scary and sinister group of young men who would break into houses and steal your most valuable possessions. Once they would break into your house, they would steal your valuables, break your possessions and do it all in record time. That’s because they are extremely stealthy, agile and they would lather themselves in oil or grease so that they would be impossible to catch. During these times, people were extremely scared of the Chadda group urban legend and they were always scared that they would be their next victim.

9. Contracting aids injects itself


There is an infamous urban legend in Pakistan that was circulated back in 1998 and it says that random victims who attended a crowded movie in a theatre or nightclub would be injected with Aids. It’s easy to say that this urban legend obviously isn’t real today but back then, people were legitimately scared that this would happen to them or their loved ones. There are so many chain letters that circulated all of the internet and here is an example of one. This creepy letter says, “Please check your chairs when going to the movie theatres! An incident occurred when a friend’s co-worker went to sit in a chair and something was poking her. She then got up and found that it was a needle with a little note at the end. It said, “Welcome to the real world, you’re HIV positive.” Yeah I think I would be totally freaked out too but thankfully we now know that this urban legend is just a myth.

8. The vanishing hitchhiker


Have you heard this one before? This is a common Urban Legend that exists in a bunch of other countries such as the UK, Algeria, Korea and Romania. Well the story goes like this, a young man is driving alone at night when all of a sudden he spots a beautiful woman on the side of the road who asks him for a ride. He picks her up and she tells him that she wants to go straight home. Once they are driving, she falls asleep in the back seat so when they get to her house, the man knocks on the door and tells the mother that he has her daughter in his car who is fast asleep. She tells the man that this can’t be possible because her daughter has been dead for a few years. When the man goes back to his car to check the back seat, all that remains are her clothes. There is no sign of this missing girl anywhere.

7. The haunted Devil’s point in Karachi


According to the local legend, there have been many reports of voodoo, dark magic and ghost sightings at this location. People have also claimed that they have seen a creepy and evil looking man sitting on a chair in the water, chanting something evil. People who have seen this man never went up to him because they were too freaked out to approach him. If I saw a scary old man, floating in the water on a chair, making some creepy chanting noises – I would probably run in the opposite direction and never look back. Actually, I would probably never go to a place that is known as Devil’s point. I think I would much rather spend my time at angels point, or heavenly point.

6. The Hathora group


In the late 1980’s, the city of Karachi had an increase in murders, and they all were done in a similar manner. At first, the police suspected that the killings were done by a sadistic serial killer but then the police theorized that the murders were actually done by a group of people who went out on a killing rampage. This group would supposedly break into your house, steal all of your valuables and then hammer you to death. This stirred up a lot of panic in this city which caused all of its residents to hire guards and beef up their security. The last known case was reported in May 1986 but no arrests were ever made and the mystery of the Hathora group remains unsolved to this day.

5. The Bride of Karsaz


There are a lot of reports of people claiming to have seen a ghost bride wearing a red dress at a very busy intersection in Karsaz. According to the legend, back in the 1970s a young couple was driving home from their wedding night when all of a sudden they got into a terrible accident that killed both of them. So now, people have said that if you are travelling on this road at night time, you will see a beautiful but scary ghost asking you for a ride. If you stop to look at her face, she apparently turns into something evil. Locals from this area have an unwritten rule. They will never travel along this road alone because they are scared that this evil bride will try to pull them over.

4. 40 dead children


The tallest peak in the Chiltan range is said to be haunted by the ghosts of 40 dead children. According to this local urban legend, a couple left 40 babies on top of this peak and left them there to either survive on their own or die. People have claimed that if you go to this peak at night, you can hear children crying out in sadness and begging you to climb up the mountain and rescue them. Well, I think it’s safe to say that I will never visit this peak in my lifetime.

3. Jinn’s breathe


Jinns are supernatural creatures with demonic tendencies and in Pakistan, there are countless urban legends that focus solely on Jinns. It is believed that if you wake up at 3 in the morning, it means that a devil was staring at you. Oh, and if you shower after sunset, you will probably get possessed by a jinn. They also love to attack you when you are sitting under a tree in the evening or night time, so you probably shouldn’t do that either. It is also believed that when you talk about jinns, they will gather around and listen to you. Great…so now my studio is going to be haunted by Jinns.

2. Pichal Peri flies


If you say Pichal Peri out loud she is supposed to make an appearance, so maybe she will appear in this video, hopefully not though. This demonic witch takes on two forms. In most stories, she appears as a beautiful woman who targets vulnerable men. Her entire appearance is disguised except for her feet, which point backwards. When she is in her true form, she looks like a witch with a long face, dirty fingers, a hunchback, messy hair, bloody clothes and large scary eyes. According to the legend, the Pichal Peri will kill any person who she encounters by ingesting their blood or ripping out vital organs from their bodies. Apparently, in many villages in Pakistan, lots of locals and tourists who go into the woods alone and they are never heard from again.

1. The Killer phone number


This urban legend goes by many different names. In Pakistan it is either referred to as the killer phone number, red number or cursed phone number. At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter what you call it, it matters if you answer the phone or not. Legend has it that you should never answer a call from numbers that appeared red on the screen. These are known as cursed phone numbers and if you were dumb enough to answer the call, you would hear a high frequency sound that would case you to have a brain hemorrhage which would kill you instantly. And supposedly, there were dozens of reports of people who had already been killed by answering calls from these sinister numbers.

Top 10 Scary Swedish Urban Legends

10. The Silver Train
This is a true ghost train story. Locals called it the Silverpilen. In Swedens capital of Stockholm, legend says that passengers waiting on the platform may see a silver train slowly pull up. You must not get on. The train is heading to an abandoned station in the middle of the woods - its passengers are the souls of the dead. People who get on will never return. The legend is also connected to the abandoned Kymlinge metro station which is said to be a ghost station. Locals say only the dead get off at Kymlinge. Some even believe The Silver Train takes people to an underground station with  no exit - it never returns to pick them up.

9. The Palace of Scheffler
Located in the capital of Stockholm, ghosts have been reported in this palace for well over 200 years. Some of the stories involve people seeing mirrors and windows shattering for no reason as well as music and songs floating down the corridor with no source in sight. One notable story involves a man called Jacob Von Balthasar Knigge - trying saying that in a hurry. He was a former owner of the palace who was allegedly a worshiper of Satan. He disseapeared one night and witnesses said he was last seen entering a black carriage being pulled by a coachman with horns and a tail. Had he sold his soul to the devil? Some people certainly think so. This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the creepy goings on here. The palace is now owned by Stockholm University who use it for storage - thats probably for the best.

8. The Borgvattnet Vicarage
Borgvattnett is a small village with just 50 residents there - but apparently a lot of ghosts. Its actually said to have the highest number of ghosts per people anywhere in the country. Perhaps the most haunted spot is the old vicarage. Built in 1876, it seemed like a normal building for some 50 years. Then, locals began reporting creepy goings on. Ghosts that are not just scary, theyre also violent. Some of the ghosts have reportedly knocked people out of chairs, moved furniture around while people are sleeping or even one case of a ghost throwing babies out of a window. If that sounds like your idea of fun, you can actually book a room there for the night and breakfast is included - if you make it to morning.

7. Toftaholm Herrgard
Some Swedish people proudly claim this place as the most haunted hotel in the world. Located along the edge of Lake Vikostern, the hotel is picturesque but comes with a dark story attached to it. One night, a young man killed himself in one of the hotel rooms after he was forbidden to marry the daughter of the landowner. Hed had a secret love affair with her for months but her father, a rich baron, refused to give their blessing because he was a poor commoner. Instead, he married her off to an older man not too dissimilar from the baron himself. Heartbroken, he hanged himself from the rafters of what is now room 324. While most visitors avoid that room, that hasnt stopped them seeing the ghost of the heartbroken man. He is said to wander through the hotel at night, shutting windows and crying out into the night.

6. Gamla Stan
In 1520, the Danish King Kristian the 2nd invaded Sweden. 92 members of the Swedish royal family refused to obey the invader so, Kristian sentenced them to death. All 92 of them were either beheaded or hanged in the main square of the Old Town of Stockholm known as Gamla Stan. Some say their blood flowed across the cobblestones for months. In the red building nearby, 92 white stones came to represent the 92 swedish nobles. Now, locals believe that if a stone is removed, the ghost of one of the dead nobels will rise up and haunt the streets of Stockholm.

5. The Skogsra
In ancient Swedish folklore, the Skogsra are forest spirits. From the front they look like a beautiful woman but from the back they resemble a tree trunk. There stories of men who were entranced by these spirits without ever seeing their other form from the back. The Skogsra wear the men down over days and weeks, draining them until they were helpless - playing on their temptations, fears and fantasies. If they manage to outsmart the spirit, the men will see their true form from behind and the Skogsra will disappear forever. If they do not, they are carried off into the woods at their weakest, never to be seen again.

4. The Mylingar
These are said to be the undead corpses or ghosts of infants murdered by their mothers. They haunt the places where they were buried with cries that pierce the night air. Why do they cry? Well, they want you to give them a name - they were often said to be killed before receiving a name, now thats all they want. Theyll ask you to carry them to hallowed ground to be buried - they grow in size as you get closer. There have been stories of these undead babies asking people for other tasks on roads at night - if they don't perform the tasks, the person will often return home to find a member of their family has been killed - often in the same theme as the original request. I would go into some of the details I saw but they really are gruesome. All you need to know is that theyre Zombie Babies - not two words you want to hear together.

3. The Nyk
Also known as the Nokken or Nykkjen, this is a mysterious water creature that always crops up in Scandanavian folklore. In Swedish tradition, the Nyk lives in freshwater, lakes and deep ponds. They are shapeshifters and will often transform into a handsome young man. They then trick women into jumping in the water before drowning them. There are also other versions of the legend that involve him changing into a white horse to let children ride on his back before jumping into his bond to drown them. Some believe the only way to save yourself is to throw metal in the water, like a needle or iron cross.

2. Stockholms Royal Palace
As you might expect from a palace, this place is huge. Many of its 1400 rooms come with some of Swedens most famous ghost stories. Among them is the White Lady, her name in life was Vita Frun. She is said to appear anytime a member of Swedens royal family dies. King Oscar once wrote that she is tall, wears a long white dress with a white veil and dark cloves. She wanders the rooms and halways clutching a ring of keys which jangle and echo in the night. In 1971, Princess Eugenie saw The White Lady 3 days before the death of Queen Louise. Over half a century before, she was also said to appear as Princess Margaret lay dying. Despite not actually being dead yet, a guard saw The White Lady standing on the roof - keys in hand. Two hours later, the princess was dead.

1. Svaneholm Castle
This is another castle in southern Sweden known for its high concentration of ghosts. Perhaps the most famous is King Frederik the 2nd who his said to wander the halls at night searching for his long lost love who he never married. Then there are the 3 ladies. In previous Urban Legend videos, you may have heard me talk about a castle or house having the White Lady, the Black Lady or the Grey Lady ghost. Things like that. Well, how about all 3. Thats right, visitors to Svaneholm castle have reported 3 seperate ghost ladies - some even say they compete for each others territory. Another regular on the scene is said to be the Grey Monk who was murdered in the castle in the 1500s and now occasionally helps staff carry heavy items up the stairs from the cellars.

Top 10 Scary Disney Urban Legends


10. Walt Disney Haunts Disneyland California
Walt Disney opened the original Disneyland in 1955 and he LOVED the place. In fact, saying he loved the place is a huge understatement. He doted on the place, he spent the majority of his time there until his death in 1966. Walt had an apartment above the Fire Station on Main Street. When he was in residence it is said he always kept a lamp burning in the window so everyone knew he was there. When he died, the lamp was switched off. Eerily, it seemed that the lamp would turn itself back on. One day, a staff member was cleaning the apartment when she heard a voice that said “I’m still here.” From that day on, Disney’s lamp keeps burning in the window as a mark of respect and acknowledgement for his ghost.

9. Real Skeletons on the Pirates of the Caribbean Ride
So according to legend, REAL human skeletons are used in the Pirates of the Caribbean Rides, and this is exactly what Walt Disney Ordered. Guess, this makes riding on the scary themed log ride even spookier, knowing you are surrounded by actual skeletons. Some people even say that Walt Disney’s own skeleton is hidden amongst the bodies on the ride. Now actually do know the truth behind this creepy urban legend – like most stories that have been passed down over the years, there is some truth in it. When the ride first opened in 1967, one year after Disney’s death, fake skeletons looked pretty rubbish….pretty…well..fake… so in the planning and building stage, Walt Disney wanted real skeletons to be used. He never got to see the finished product, but true to his wishes, real skeletons were indeed used. Eventually, though, they were replaced. Not only was it kind of morbid to have a bunch of dead people in a Disney ride, fake skeletons started looking a lot better. Now the only real human skull that still exists is on the headboard of a bed at Disney World, Florida…which is weird as that ride was never fully human skeletoned like California was.

8. Ghost Hitchhiker on Space
Mountain Legend has it that a red haired man who died on the ride still enjoys a spin today. The man, often dubbed Mr One Way, is said to have died in the 1970s while on the attraction. It is said that he sits next to single riders, but by the time the ride ends, there is absolutely no sign of him. For those that don’t see him, they say they can feel him behind them if there is an empty seat at the back. There have been a number of reports of the hitcher, and he may or may not have been caught on camera a couple of times, check this out.

7. Mowgli’s Palace
So this is kind of an urban legend creepypasta surrounding an abandoned Disney attraction. Redditor Slimebeast, aka Christopher Howard Wolf, write a post about an illicit visit to the grounds of a defunct Disney Theme Park in North Carolina. So allegedly, Disney wanted to open a Junglebook resort in Emerald Isle, North Carolina. From the very beginning it seemed to be fraught with issue, with locals not wanting Disney to but the land. None the less, it was bought and primed for opening when all of a sudden, the project just stopped.

The park was closed, employees were dismissed, the whole place was shut up and hushed up. According to the urban legend, a dude goes to explore, camera in hand, and finds the place in a state of expected disarray. He finds the words Abandoned by Disney graffitied in a number of areas. Eventually the intrepid explorer finds staff areas and deduces that the place was not just simply abandoned, it was evacuated. It is then the explorer finds mascot costumes. They are actually alive…or where…it seemed the costumes had skeletons inside them…as the explorer was trying to escape…he said he a mickey mouse chased him. While there have been some arial images posted of the secret park.

6. Sacrificed Snow White
A story submitted on Reddit four years ago really gives me the chills. Posted in the no sleep subreddit, Redditor Bleetch1994 shared his experience of working for the Magic Kingdom. Upvoted over 2 thousand times, the poster kept his real name anonymous. He said that 99 percent of all the work at Walt Disney World goes on after the show is over. He was working construction on the park for a while, mainly working on the Seven Dwarves Mine Train Ride which was set to open up. Long reddit story short, the guy said that a lot of the crew were sketchy about being alone in various places. They had to take their lunch breaks at 3am and one day the guy forgot his lunch bag and headed back to get it, but stumbled across what can only be described as a sacrificial cult scene.

Robed figures were crowded around a snow white character who was bound, gagged and crying. The guy said a half moon was carved into her forehead and she was cut by the figures. The guy said he turned and ran. The next day he told his older foreman what he had seen, now this man had worked at the park for nearly 4 decades. The foreman told him that he had seen a lot in his time at Disney and the land was brought from a lot of groups who required special payment in the form of blood sacrifice. He urged the construction worker to never discuss what he had seen, mentioning that the executives at club 33 were more powerful than he could ever imagine. He finished the reddit post by saying that he quit.

5. Platform D Bellhop on the Tower of Terror
In 2017, Walt Disney’s Hollywood Studios Tower of terror took its final plunge…but what will happen to the ghost of the Bellhop said to haunt the Twilight Zone? Built in **, legend has it that one of the Disney Cast Members who operated the ride as a Bellhop dropped dead one day on their shift. The Tower of Terror has 4 elevators, Alpha, Bravo, Charlie and Delta. The Bellhop died on Platform Delta as he loaded guests into the attraction. It seems that the man may never have clocked out from his shift. Disney cast members test the rides before they open to the public, and some have reported someone else sitting with them in the elevator when testing from Delta. There have even been pictures of a ghostlike figure sitting in the back of the ride. Again, a photo was taken after hours of the tower and some people have spotted a ghostly figure. The ride is currently being torn down to make way for a marvel attraction, so who knows what will happen to the ghost, perhaps it will make him angry.

4. Disney is Cryogenically Frozen
Don’t really know where this one comes from, but a lot of people seem to believe it! When the topic of freezing comes up, a lot of people cite Walt Disney as a main contender. Disney died of lung cancer in December of 1966 age just 65. The urban legend seems to come from a comment made by the president of the California Cyrogenics society in the 1970s. Bob Nelson told the LA tomes that Walt Disney Wanted to be frozen. This led to Disney’s daughter Diana making a public statement to target the claims, saying : There is absolutely no truth to the rumour that my father, Walt Disney, wished to be frozen. If he had been frozen and we eventually found a cure for lung cancer, a whole new generation could enjoy Disney movies. Wonder how it would feel to be woken up over 50 years after you died.

3. Disney used Mind Control
Kids watching his movies because the illuminati told him to. There have been so so many Disney conspiracy theories out there that Walk Disney wanted to turn kids into sex crazed teenagers. Movies including Aladdin, the Lion King, who framed Roger Rabbit, Ariel the Little Mermaid and the Rescuers have all been accused of trying to brain wash kids with non pg content. So called truth seekers have tried to expose Disney for his sexual content, saying there is Sex written in the sky in The Lion King, that the genie in Aladdin tells teens to take off their clothes, and of course, there is Jessica rabbits vajay flash. Some say that Disney wanted to sexualise children from a young age as the illuminati wanted them to be targets of abuse. Disney’s club 33 has also been amid pedophile ring claims…but we’ll get to that later.

2. Small World Dolls
Move and Switch Places I think we can all agree that the It’s A Small World Ride is pretty creepy. It just is. Tiny Dolls scare me at the best of times, but tiny singing dolls…eeesh. It is also one of the oldest Disney attractions, which somehow makes the whole thing creepier. Anyway, legend has it that the dolls come alive when no one is looking. How do we know? Well, it seems that they have often been found in switched positions. Employees at Disney have mentioned it on several occasions, with many too freaked out to go near the ride. Some even go as far as to say the dolls keep singing after hours. Author Ridley Pearson is one of the more high profile people who swears he saw the dolls move… he was on a VIP afterhours tour and is convinced they have a life of their own.

1. Club 33 is the Illuminati Headquarters
There have been a lot of links between Walt Disney and the Illuminati. When Walt Disney was alive, many people accused him of being part of the freemasons, a group that is constantly linked to the illuminati. There definitely seems to be something shifty going on at Club 33, the exclusive club house in the Disneyland California location. It is the only place in Disneyland that serves alcohol. It actually seems that these days, clubhouses exist across the parks. Officially the club was intended for use by Disneyland’s corporate sponsors and industry VIPS. The location is somewhat hidden in New Orleans Square and gaining membership is by invite only. Paul Mcartney and Elton John are said to be members, although a lot of people are totally convinced something very suspicious and culty is going on behind those doors.

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