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Top 5 Halloween Urban Legends

If you're going to a halloween party, you might want to take the stage and tell a scary Halloween Urban Legend. Just in case you don't know what an Urban Legend is... imagine a story about a woman who had a hairdo so big, spiders began to live in her hair. Back to Article

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TinkerbellTara
TinkerbellTara wrote:
2011-10-29 08:08:06 -0700

I believe!

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Avril_Lavigne_Emo_1852098
Avril_Lavigne_Emo_1852098 wrote:
2011-10-29 08:04:12 -0700

LoL!
In The bloody mary the guy was like "Im not done making it yet!" Lmao!!!

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jessbabe73
jessbabe73 wrote:
2011-10-29 07:41:58 -0700

i dont belive in ledgensx

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SeddieRox
SeddieRox wrote:
2011-10-29 07:19:39 -0700

My dad said he was gonna try bloody mary. R.I.P dad

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AndreaLovesTakis
AndreaLovesTakis wrote:
2011-10-29 07:13:50 -0700

lol i like bacon

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-Kenz-
-Kenz- wrote:
2011-10-29 06:05:44 -0700

roberts creepy!

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lexi luvs u
lexi luvs u wrote:
2011-10-29 05:38:56 -0700

Y dont u tell the whole stories, there not scary at all, hey is the clown staue thing one here?

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sufwan
sufwan wrote:
2011-10-29 04:29:15 -0700

hahahaa

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innocentgirl145
innocentgirl145 wrote:
2011-10-29 04:09:50 -0700

Cool!

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-CherryCola♥-
-CherryCola♥- wrote:
2011-10-28 20:28:58 -0700

awesome

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ArIaNa iz AWSUM
ArIaNa iz AWSUM wrote:
2011-10-28 20:11:48 -0700

What about Candyman?

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Half Life
Half Life wrote:
2011-10-28 19:11:42 -0700

OMG...thats so cool and screy lol

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macyismydog
macyismydog wrote:
2011-10-28 18:24:50 -0700

Razor blade in the apple

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How do you celebrate Halloween?

  • Go Trick-or-Treating
  • Give out candy!
  • Carve a pumpkin
  • Go to a Haunted House

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