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9-11 Conspiracies Urban Legends Tale Type 1339 “Strange Foods” has this general summary: Miscellaneous type with diverse variants: An ignorant man or woman is not familiar with a certain food.” 999 Phone Charging Myth Urban Legends This theme appears in several legends of horror or gruesome accidents, including one told in several countries during both World War I and World War II in which a woman. 2012 Phenomenon Urban Legends A huge continent with many different countries, and having numerous urban areas as well as village society, Africa has barely been documented as a place where urban legends flourish. A Day With SpongeBob Squarepants Urban Legends A man traveling on business or attending a conference meets a beautiful woman in a bar or nightclub and accepts the invitation to spend the night with her. Ankle Slicing Car Thief Urban Legends Various quasi-scientific theories about the origins of AIDS circulate either as unverified reports (rumors) or in narrative form (legends), as well as in published works and on websites. Annabelle Urban Legends In this legend, airline baggage handlers are horrified to find a dead dog inside a pet-shipping container. They decide to take up a collection and send one worker out to buy a look-alike dog as a replacement. Area 51 Urban Legends The existence of sewergators is officially denied by New York City authorities, but information about them occasionally leaks out. Atlantis Urban Legends A woman riding a Manhattan subway feels her gold neck chain being snapped loose just as the train slows down at a station. Avon Haunted Bridge Urban Legends Rumors and stories about crimes and serious accidents supposedly taking place at amusement parks have plagued these sites for decades, although their safety records are good and their crime rates are no higher than elsewhere. Avril Lavigne Replacement Urban Legends In researching urban legends folklorists scrutinize the history, the variations, the distributions, and the structures of individual legends. Baba Yaga Urban Legends One whole section of a classification of urban legends (some 60 stories) concerns legends about animals; animals appear in the legends of several other sections as well. Baby Train Urban Legends This is the generic title for a series of stories in which a sadistic person or persons attach an explosive to an animal, light the fuse, and release the animal. Baltic Sea Anomaly Urban Legends A term coined by folklorist John M. Vlach referring to horror stories, usually told by children, which, while told as if true, end with a joking punch line, thus revealing themselves to be jokes instead of actual legends. Bandage Man of Cannon Beach Urban Legends These burrowing insects are said to have entered either under a person’s plaster cast or into someone’s sinus cavities. Barbara O'Brien's Operators Urban Legends In 1949, the Argentinian psychoanalyst Marie Langer collected several versions of “The Baby-Roast” that were circulating in Buenos Aires. Bear Lake Monster Urban Legends A driver who is weaving about the highway is pulled over by a state trooper and given the Breathalyzer test. Black Annis Urban Legends ATMs (automatic teller machines) are said to pose dangers to users in at least two ways. In a reported but never proven scam, identity thieves have inserted “a thin, clear, rigid plastic sleeve” into an ATM card slot. Black Shuck Urban Legends, The Black Shuck is a ghostly looking creature that resembles a huge black dog except it has devilish red or green eyes. According to local reports, the black shuck is known to lurk in the countryside of East Anglia in England. Black Volga Urban Legends Legends of atrocities typically circulate during wartime and periods of rule by repressive regimes or arise in the context of foreign travel, especially in countries torn by racial, ethnic, political, or religious strife. Black-Eyed Children Urban Legends The pioneering Aussie folklorist Bill Scott in 1969 took early notice of urban legends in his country when he discussed local versions of “The Ready-Mix Concrete Driver” Bloody Bones Urban Legends As innocent victims of neglect or violence, babies are killed or seriously injured in most of the urban legends in which they appear. Bloody Bucket Bridge Urban Legends Bloody Mary Urban Legends Blue Star Tattoo Urban Legends Bodies Buried in the Hoover Dam Urban Legends Boogie Man Urban Legends, There are so many different legends of the boogie man out there, but this one is about one named Cropsey. This tale originated in Staten Island where kids believed that the boogeyman named cropsey would live in the woods and would attack and disembowel children. Other versions say he was an ax murderer, but no matter what version you heard they all say that he would hunt and attack children. Bunny Man Urban Legends, The Bunny Man is an urban legend originating from 2 events that happened in Fairfax County Virginia in the 70s. The first incident took place at night with a couple who had just parked their car across the road from the relatives they were intending to visit. Bunyip, Arguably the most globally recognized mythical creature from Australia is the bunyip, an important staple in Aboriginal folklore. This amphibious being poses a threat to all who travel near the inland waters. Lurking in lagoons, deep water-holes, swamps, and rivers, this predatory creature presents a clear danger to humans and animals alike, threatening to drown or eat them at a moment’s notice. Cadborosaurus, People in the coastal region of British Columbia which is the west coast of Canada has been spotting this creature right here. This is what people might have been calling the loch ness monster. The full name of this creature is Cadborosaurus but it’s nicknamed Caddy because that’s just way easy to say this is a folklore that has been passed down from generations. Candyman, The Candyman is an urban legend that has many different variations from around the world. But one thing that these stories all have in common, is that they will absolutely terrify you. Castilian Lisp Catawba River Runner Chain Letters, A businessman traveling by train on a sleeper car finds his berth infested with bedbugs. He writes to the railroad company to complain and receives a letter from the president of the company that is full of abject apologies and promises to fire the workers responsible and to clean and disinfect the sleeping cars. Champ Chupacabra, The Chupacabra, a very frightening creature, many think that it does not exist, others were witnesses and affirm that it does, a creature of urban mythology Clinton Road, Nor did it happen in Clinton, Iowa, where the same story was circulating. Nor in Rockford, Ill, where the crime was the hottest story on the streets. In every case, police say, the incident did not happen. Coca-Cola Dissolves Teeth, Traditions about the supposed corrosive and other chemical properties (some dangerous, some useful) of Coca-Cola. The nickname “Coke” is a registered trademark but also used as a folk generic for other cola drinks. Colonel Buck's Cursed Tomb Corpses in Water Tanks, The contamination of municipal water supplies is usually attributed to a corpse found in the main water tank. Cow Tipping Crabzilla Crop Circles, What doesn’t get covered here are things like stories of landed Martians, alien abductions, crop circles, cattle mutilations, ESP, faith healing, Big Foot, and the Loch Ness Monster. Cropsey Cry Baby Bridge Cul De Sac Curse of Bambino Cursed Kleenex Commercial Cursed Pillar Dark Watchers, Santa Lucia Mountains, CA - Featureless dark silhouettes, often with brimmed hats or walking sticks, stare down, travelers during twilight and dawn in the Santa Lucia, Mountains. John Steinbeck briefly mentioned them in "Flight." They should not be addressed or acknowledged. Death of Gloria Ramirez Denver International Airport Devil's Tower Dog Boy Doll That Grows Human Hair - Okiku Doll E Okiku Doll is a doll wearing a kimono. It once belonged to a little girl, Okiku. Once she died of a cold, her spirit possessed the doll. and now its hair grows. The doll is now in the Mannenji temple. First its hair was short but it grew over time and it now has long hair. Nobody knows how the hair continues to grow but scientific researches concluded that its hair is that of a young child, maybe Okiku's. Don't Lick Envelopes Drugs in Halloween Candy, Rumors and stories grossly exaggerate the dangerous effects of drugs, particularly LSD and PCP. El Coco Elevator to Another Dimension, “The Eaten Ticket” shares with urban legends like “The Elevator Incident” and “The Packet of Biscuits” the theme of “Prejudice Rebuked” or “Tolerance Taught.” Endless Elevators, This is one of the most durable and popular urban legends of the late twentieth century. Evil Farming Game Eyeless Jack Fatal Fare Fiji Mermaid Flatwoods Monster Fresno Nightcrawler Friday the 13th Futakuchi-Onna Gashadokuro, The Gashadokuro are spiritual entities that take the form of giant skeletons, they are considered Yokais that wander at midnight, invisible and very aggressive that take the blood of their victims by biting their heads. 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Nanking Battalion Night Marchers Ningen Noppera Bo, In Japanese demonology nopperabo demons typically appear as women with a perfectly featureless and smooth faces. Ogopogo Organ Theft, Claims are made internationally that poor lower-class people are victimized by wealthy upper-class people who employ thieves who steal their blood, eyes, kidneys, or other organs for use in healing procedures or as transplants. Paul McCartney Is Dead and Was Replaced by a Look-Alike Phantom Vehicles Philadelphia Experiment Polybius Puebla Tunnels Pukwudgies Rat Kings Ratman of Southend Raymond Robinson Red Room Redcaps, There is a French legend of a demon known as the Red Man. Dressed in red clothes, he is described as having a humped back, cloven feet, one eye, misshapen mouth, prodigious tongue, and small, piercing eyes. Reptilians Resurrection Mary Rods Rolling Calves Roswell Incident Rougarou San Antonio Haunted Railroad Tracks Sewer Alligators, “Alligators in the Sewers” is a prime example of an infestation legend, as are the stories of snakes infesting imported blankets, spiders or scorpions infesting potted cacti, and earwigs eating their way into a person’s brain. Shadow People Shanghai Dragon Pillar Shazaam Sheepsquatch Shirokiya Department Store Fire Shotgun Man Skeleton in a Tree Skinwalkers Skunk Ape Slenderman Solar Plexus Clown Gliders Sony Timer Spiteful Mermaid of Pyramid Lake, They are described as looking like pale, lithe, startlingly beautiful women with loose and wild-looking green hair, or as ugly, large-breasted creatures. St. Simons Island Tree Spirits Stull Cemetery, Kansas Swallowing Gum Sydney Bridge Hidden Bodies Tails Doll Teke Teke Ten Percent of the Brain Texas Butthole Tickling Bandit The Alice Killings The Babysitter & the Man Upstairs The Devil's Chair The Expressionless The Grudge The Killer in the Back Seat The Kraken The Spider Bite, The instance of a young woman in an Eastern state is significant. Thrusting her foot into an old slipper, she felt a sharp jab upon the point of her index digit. The Vanishing Hitchhiker The Vanishing Lady Three Sacks of Truth Three-Legged Lady Toilet Seat Spider Tourist Guy Unfavorable Semicircle Urine-Indicator Dye Walking Sam Walt Disney's Body Is Frozen Water Babies Water Bomber Picking Up Scuba Diver Webdriver Torso Well to Hell Wendigo is a figure that belongs to the beliefs of some towns in the United States and some areas of Canada. It is said that it appears in the winter season, when it finds a prey it takes its hand and they begin to run through the snow faster and faster, so their tracks could be observed to a certain extent, because it is said that when there is no more footprints is because they take flight. White Death Witch of Yazoo Wizard of Oz Hanging Munchkin Wood Island Light Yara-Ma-Yha-Who Yeti Yowie The word Bigfoot comes from the English Bigfoot or also known as Sasquatch. With that name, a supposed animal that has an ape-like appearance has been described and that, according to documented writers, lives in the forests, essentially in the Pacific Northwest region of North America. The word sasquatch comes from the English adaptation of the original word of the language which is halkomelem sásq'ets. ZALGO

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