Halloween Special: Urban Legends That Turned Out To Be True [Part 3]

Here is the third part of our Halloween Special: Urban Legends That Turned Out To Be True. Check this out!

The Cooper Family

This urban legend is as real as they come, with a photo as proof. After moving into their new house, the family decided to take some photographs but a shadowy, hanging body appeared in their prints.

Cedar Sinai Hospital

This is an urban legend about a patient and two nurses at Cedar Sinai Hospital. Apparently, a young patient snapped and killed both of them before escaping from the hospital in 1972.

More Than Just A Hobby

An urban legend tells the story of people being murdered and extracting their fat because it was being used by cult leaders in 2009. They used the fat to make candles for satanic rituals.

Charlie Noonan

An urban legend tells the story of a man named Charlie Noonan, who went traveling across the pandhandle in search of a creature that disguised itself as a woman. He was never seen or heard of again but when his camera was found, there was only one photo found on the roll of a figure dressed as a woman.

The Bunny Man

The Bunny Man is a popular urban legend in Fairfax County, Louisiana. It all started in 1970. Although there are several variations of the story, they all include a killer in a bunny costume with an ax. The Colchester Overpass is even known as the Bunny Man Bridge.

The Bunny Man Copycat?

An urban legend tells the story of a picture found behind a dumpster in Georgia and handed to the local police. The case is still open as to who is in the picture.

Halloween Special: Urban Legends That Turned Out To Be True [Part 4] is coming up!

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