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  1. Dozahn
    Oct 10,  · The Truth: The true crime roots of this urban legend can be traced back as far as , when Denver drifter Theodore Coneys snuck into an old acquaintance’s home, and set up Author: Deanna Janes.
  2. Faekree
    Some urban legends take the form of “facts" that turn out not to be true. Others are passed along as stories. Others are passed along as stories. Some urban legends are intended to be cautionary tales that serve to warn people about certain types of people or behavior.
  3. Vudoll
    The story of the Alice Killings is one of Japan’s most famous urban legends, as well as one of its newest. The legend revolves around a series of killings that supposedly occurred between and The victims had no relationship to one another, and the killings seemed unrelated in every way.
  4. Mazuru
    Jan 13,  · Oh wait, it actually turns out that urban legend is based in quite a bit of reality. Yes, we’ve actually found a number of tales that were written off as urban legends, only to be proven partly.
  5. Voodooshakar
    Every now and then, an urban legend turns out to be based on reality. From dead bodies under the bed, to an Atari cartridge graveyard in the New Mexico desert, these are the urban legends with more than a nugget of truth to them.
  6. Mezirg
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  7. Dougore
    The Green Man. An urban legend out of Pennsylvania has some locals believing in a green, glowing man who wanders alongside roads late at night or in a local tunnel where his touch is said to disrupt a car’s electrical systems. “The Green Man” or “Charlie No Face” is believed to be supernatural in origin, and there have been many alleged encounters.
  8. Araran
    Jul 07,  · Whether it’s the story of someone getting amputated by an elevator, the tale of some unsuspecting people finding a corpse rolled up in a carpet or .
  9. Masida
    Email versions of what has come to be known as the "Lights Out" legend began appearing in October , perhaps inspired by the release of the popular horror film Urban Legend, in which the apocryphal gang-initiation tale figured alternative.fivegallonbucket.netinfo online alerts resulted in a fresh flurry of panicked inquiries to police departments in cities and towns throughout the U.S., many of which were.