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These songs are rumored to have specific urban legends behind them. Are they real? Did the Ohio Players murder a model during the recording of Love Rollercoaster? Is Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds about LSD?
There are creepy dolls everywhere and Ebay is one of the main places that you can get them! You can learn more about that, as well as Peggy the Doll and Okiku the Doll. What paranormal powers will they have on you?
In the city of Key West, famous poets and writers, even singers, came to Captain Tony's Saloon to drink their troubles away. Captain Tony's used to be a morgue and bodies were found buried underneath the floor boards in this popular watering hole. What happened to the bodies? Are they the ghosts that haunt the saloon?
In Durango, Colorado, a popular tavern has some ghosts of its own. El Moro used to serve some of the locals and sheriffs. What happened that tragic day when the sheriff of Durango was shot?
In Huntsville, Texas, many have seen strange things on the road leading to Martha's Chapel Cemetery. These spirits include a small child, a copy of your "Dead" friend, and red lights. Wanna take a spirit home with you? Visit Demon's Road!
Video games were the talk of the 80's and we all know how arcades expanded and the skating rink really was a hit when they got Galaga! But what about when they got Polybius: the Killer Video Game.
Do you remember floppy discs? Did you play Killswitch? Or did it wipe your mind completely clean?
These video games have some strange urban legends associated with them and you will be shocked at what you hear!
Asylums have a checkered history in our world. They were used to house those who had mental illnesses, but they were used for many other reasons. The tales of asylum turned dreadful. These two asylums have horrible histories. There are even urban legends that say they are still experiencing ghosts and paranormal activity today.
Riverdale Road is known as one of the most haunted roads in the state of Colorado. The gates here are called the gates of hell and many people have reported seeing ghosts and skin walkers on this road.
Berry College is located in Rome, Georgia. It sits on 27,000 acres of beautiful land that has some scary urban legends of its own.
Robert Johnson was a blues guitarist who had dreams and aspirations of being rich and famous. When he first started, his musical skills were downright dreadful, according to some. After a little traveling and some lessons, he became one of the greatest guitarists to ever live. Many think that there is no way that in such a short period of time he could accomplish this and that is why many think he sold his soul to the devil at a crossroads in the deep south.
Was it hoodoo or voodoo? Did the hell hounds come to claim him? We may never know what truly happened the day that Robert Johnson died.
Sadie Baker waltzed into small town Ten Mile, Tennessee. She was beautiful, but broke. She begged for a place to sleep and food. She had one thing though, she enchanted all of the men in the town. The women of the town grew jealous and well, you all know what happens....
The White Screamer is a creature said to live in White Bluff, Tennessee. It is said to terrorize the town and has been known to tear people apart limb by limb. Find out what happened to a young farming family when the White Screamer struck!
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The JFK assassination rocked America. Now more and more theorists have new ideas on what really happened. In many videos and pictures, a woman is seen at the site of the gun shots. She is the Babushka Lady!
Hollywood Cemetery is one of the most popular attractions in Richmond, Virginia. There are many urban legends that come from this beautiful cemetery. One of those is of Dimmock's Pyramid and the Confederate soldiers that are buried there.
The Iron Dog of Hollywood also is an urban legend of the cemetery. This dog is said to protect a child's grave there and many people say that it even moves as passers by move.
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Richmond’s famous, Monumental Church, was built on what is basically a burial ground. It was destroyed in a fire, more than once. Many famous Americans came to see shows here and worship here. Now it is home to a church.... and a crypt.
When I was in Richmond, Virginia, I fell in love with the history and legends of the city. Rooted in history, the city is known for the train that used to deliver goods through town and the James River. One of the first urban legends that I fell in love with is the story of the Richmond Vampire. In 1925, the 231 locomotive was caught in the Church Hill tunnel when it collapsed. A few people made it out, but when Benjamin F. Mosby got out, the site was one that was horrific! On lookers said his flesh was burning and his teeth looked like fangs. Thus beginning the story of the Richmond Vampire.