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Posted 7/16/08
Hmm well i always liked urban legends since my step-bro used 2 scare me with them all da time T.T

so any urban legends u have heard?

like bloody mary,oh susanna n all those..well share..
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Posted 7/16/08
Dead body under mattress:
A couple checks into a motel and the room stinks. They sleep through the night dealing with the foul odor and in the morning call the staff to complain. The staff figure out that the smell is coming from the bed, take off the mattress and fins a decomposing body of a girl that was stuffed into the springs.

Not so fun, funhouse.
A mummy hanging in a funhouse turned out to be a real dried out human body and not just a papier mache.


Halloween Decoration
In a town all the kids loved the creepy decoration outside of one woman’s house. It was a life-sized human hanged off the tree branch. Turns out, it wasn’t a decoration and that the woman has committed suicide.


Halloween Play
A play in a high school involves a hanging scene. (I’m sure you can guess where this’ll end up) Well the set was so realistic that the actor in fact died on stage in front of the audience who thought it was all just a harmless play.


R.I.P.
The man is pronounced dead. The family weeps. Sorrow all around. Beautiful funeral. That night the man wakes up in a coffin. He was buried alive, and later when the coffin was unburied they found the now definitely dead horrified man with bloodied scratch marks on the inside of the coffin lid.



You know what all these legends have in common? They all really happened. Some more then once. Cheers!
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Posted 7/17/08
Aww thats so bad, they used to bury a lot of people alive, didnt have the same technology and making the call by just checking his vital signs and of course that wasnt enough...
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Posted 8/3/08
I've heard of loads of urban legends, the one that always creeped me out the most was the one with the doberman and the finger, and another one to do with a dog that had a crazyman hiding in someones house.

Has anyone heard of the Urban legend to do with the 'Gloomy Sunday' song
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Posted 8/23/08

vintagesparrow wrote:

I've heard of loads of urban legends, the one that always creeped me out the most was the one with the doberman and the finger, and another one to do with a dog that had a crazyman hiding in someones house.

Has anyone heard of the Urban legend to do with the 'Gloomy Sunday' song


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Posted 8/23/08
it' killed alot of people just by listening to the song no?
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Posted 8/23/08



Belmez Faces
In 1971, in the Spanish town of Belmez, strange faces began to appear on the kitchen floor of Maria Pereira. Any attempt to get rid of them by scrubbing, tearing out the tiles, cementing the floor was in vain. The faces kept reappearing & seemed to be changing & growing. After excavating the kitchen floor, eventually 9 decapitated skeletons thought to be dating from the 13th century were found. No explanation has ever been found. The phenomenon is said to be ongoing to this day.
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Posted 8/24/08
That face is so creepy! One of the ghost photos i find intersesting is this

"On November 19, 1995, Wem Town Hall in Shropshire, England burned to the ground. Many spectators gathered to watch the old building, built in 1905, as it was being consumed by the flames. Tony O'Rahilly, a local resident, was one of those onlookers and took photos of the spectacle with a 200mm telephoto lens from across the street. One of those photos shows what looks like a small, partially transparent girl standing in the doorway. Nether O'Rahilly nor any of the other onlookers or firefighters recalled seeing the girl there.
O'Rahilly submitted the photo to the Association for the Scientific Study of Anomalous Phenomena which, in turn, presented it for analysis to Dr. Vernon Harrison, a photographic expert and former president of the Royal Photographic Society. Harrison carefully examined both the print and the original negative, and concluded that it was genuine. "The negative is a straightforward piece of black-and-white work and shows no sign of having been tampered with," Harrison said.

But who is the little girl? Wem, a quiet market town in northern Shropshire, had been ravaged by fire in the past. In 1677, historical records note, a fire destroyed many of the town's old timber houses. A young girl named Jane Churm, the legends say, accidentally set fire to a thatched roof with a candle. Many believed her ghost haunted the area and had been seen on a few other occasions."

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Posted 8/25/08

vintagesparrow wrote:

That face is so creepy! One of the ghost photos i find intersesting is this

"On November 19, 1995, Wem Town Hall in Shropshire, England burned to the ground. Many spectators gathered to watch the old building, built in 1905, as it was being consumed by the flames. Tony O'Rahilly, a local resident, was one of those onlookers and took photos of the spectacle with a 200mm telephoto lens from across the street. One of those photos shows what looks like a small, partially transparent girl standing in the doorway. Nether O'Rahilly nor any of the other onlookers or firefighters recalled seeing the girl there.
O'Rahilly submitted the photo to the Association for the Scientific Study of Anomalous Phenomena which, in turn, presented it for analysis to Dr. Vernon Harrison, a photographic expert and former president of the Royal Photographic Society. Harrison carefully examined both the print and the original negative, and concluded that it was genuine. "The negative is a straightforward piece of black-and-white work and shows no sign of having been tampered with," Harrison said.

But who is the little girl? Wem, a quiet market town in northern Shropshire, had been ravaged by fire in the past. In 1677, historical records note, a fire destroyed many of the town's old timber houses. A young girl named Jane Churm, the legends say, accidentally set fire to a thatched roof with a candle. Many believed her ghost haunted the area and had been seen on a few other occasions."



thanks for your post vintagesparrow...that photo you send is one of my favourite ghost photos I hope you'll send more and thanks again...
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Bride-in-Seek:

A young couple from Palm Beach, Florida got engaged in 1975. The father of the bride was a wealthy man so he was able to afford a big wedding and a reception in an old, secluded house.

After the wedding, the reception kicked off and things got pretty crazy. People were having plenty to drink and as the night wound down, the groom had an idea to play hide-in-seek in the old house. Since he thought of the game, the groom was “it” first.

After a short while, everyone had been found except for the bride. The groom and the rest of the people playing the game began to look for her, but she was nowhere to be found. After spending hours on end calling her name and tearing the house apart, the bride was still missing.

The groom began incredibly angry and upset and thought that his new bride either ran out on him or was playing some kind of cruel joke. So he and the other patrons left the house that night and returned to their hotels.

In the morning, the bride still had not returned to the hotel and the groom started to worry. So he filed a missing persons report, but after a few weeks went by, he decided that maybe she had left him and it was time to move on.

Several years had gone by and a little old woman had set out to clean the house used for the wedding reception. As made her way through the house, she walked up into the attic and found an old trunk. Curiosity got the best of her, so she opened the trunk and screamed at the top of her lungs at what was inside.

During the hide-in-seek game at the young couple’s wedding reception, the bride had decided to hide inside the trunk. While she was getting into the trunk, however, the lid bumped up against a wall and as it was slamming shut, knocked the bride unconscious (and locked her inside).

When the little old lady found the bride, she had been rotting inside and her mouth was open like she had been screaming for someone to let her out.
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Bride-in-Seek:

A young couple from Palm Beach, Florida got engaged in 1975. The father of the bride was a wealthy man so he was able to afford a big wedding and a reception in an old, secluded house.

After the wedding, the reception kicked off and things got pretty crazy. People were having plenty to drink and as the night wound down, the groom had an idea to play hide-in-seek in the old house. Since he thought of the game, the groom was “it” first.

After a short while, everyone had been found except for the bride. The groom and the rest of the people playing the game began to look for her, but she was nowhere to be found. After spending hours on end calling her name and tearing the house apart, the bride was still missing.

The groom began incredibly angry and upset and thought that his new bride either ran out on him or was playing some kind of cruel joke. So he and the other patrons left the house that night and returned to their hotels.

In the morning, the bride still had not returned to the hotel and the groom started to worry. So he filed a missing persons report, but after a few weeks went by, he decided that maybe she had left him and it was time to move on.

Several years had gone by and a little old woman had set out to clean the house used for the wedding reception. As made her way through the house, she walked up into the attic and found an old trunk. Curiosity got the best of her, so she opened the trunk and screamed at the top of her lungs at what was inside.

During the hide-in-seek game at the young couple’s wedding reception, the bride had decided to hide inside the trunk. While she was getting into the trunk, however, the lid bumped up against a wall and as it was slamming shut, knocked the bride unconscious (and locked her inside).

When the little old lady found the bride, she had been rotting inside and her mouth was open like she had been screaming for someone to let her out.


Thats really sad ...I dunno why but I am mad at the groom ...*sighs* it was really sad and the worst part is, its true ...

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Posted 9/18/08

drgurl25 wrote:

Bride-in-Seek:

A young couple from Palm Beach, Florida got engaged in 1975. The father of the bride was a wealthy man so he was able to afford a big wedding and a reception in an old, secluded house.

After the wedding, the reception kicked off and things got pretty crazy. People were having plenty to drink and as the night wound down, the groom had an idea to play hide-in-seek in the old house. Since he thought of the game, the groom was “it” first.

After a short while, everyone had been found except for the bride. The groom and the rest of the people playing the game began to look for her, but she was nowhere to be found. After spending hours on end calling her name and tearing the house apart, the bride was still missing.

The groom began incredibly angry and upset and thought that his new bride either ran out on him or was playing some kind of cruel joke. So he and the other patrons left the house that night and returned to their hotels.

In the morning, the bride still had not returned to the hotel and the groom started to worry. So he filed a missing persons report, but after a few weeks went by, he decided that maybe she had left him and it was time to move on.

Several years had gone by and a little old woman had set out to clean the house used for the wedding reception. As made her way through the house, she walked up into the attic and found an old trunk. Curiosity got the best of her, so she opened the trunk and screamed at the top of her lungs at what was inside.

During the hide-in-seek game at the young couple’s wedding reception, the bride had decided to hide inside the trunk. While she was getting into the trunk, however, the lid bumped up against a wall and as it was slamming shut, knocked the bride unconscious (and locked her inside).

When the little old lady found the bride, she had been rotting inside and her mouth was open like she had been screaming for someone to let her out.


Waa that is really sad! I would be scared too if i found a dead body in a trunk *shudders* Nuu and its true too poor poor girl..
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