urban legend

Urban legends have captivated us from ancient eras to the modern day; a deep dive into scary lore and 'could be true' tales about Bigfoot, Slender Man, the Suicide Forest and beyond.

Tom Baker9 days ago
Boots
Bub Rattleborough stood out on his porch one fine Spring day, aimed his six-shooter, and blew the head off of a poisonous snake that had crawled out from behind an old log in the yard. He stepped off ...
The 15 Most Bizarre Monsters from Medieval Folklore
What do you think of when someone mentions monsters from Medieval folklore? Do you think of werewolves, like France's loup-garou? Do you typically think of dragons from British legends? What about fai...
Steve Stockton19 days ago
Mysterious Judaculla Rock
Way up in the mountains of Jackson County, near Sylva, North Carolina, there exists a giant, mysterious stone. What makes this large rock so mysterious is that it’s literally covered with weird marks ...
Steve Stockton19 days ago
Ghost of the Suicide Bride
In the 1930s, the Greenbrier Lodge in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, catered exclusively to wealthy travelers—hunters and tourists alike—from all over the southeast. The legend goes that, back in the day, a y...
Boots Goodall24 days ago
Have You Seen The Hat Man?
I know there are pages like reddit/nosleep or creepypasta, but I need people to know that this was real. It's seven years ago, and I'm 15. After nagging for months to change my bunk bed to a low bed, ...
Iggy Paulsena month ago
12 Native American Legends That Will Terrify You
There's nothing quite as fascinating as reading up on the mythology of other cultures. Every single culture has its own unique creatures, legends, and myths that have been passed on through the ages f...
Ink Mousea month ago
Midnight Man
WARNING! Play this game at your own risk of torture and death. The Midnight Game, The Midnight Man, and Midnight Man Game were used as a ritual to summon The Midnight Man to punish rule breakers in Pa...
Edward Anderson3 months ago
The Haunting of Fordham University (Pt. 1)
"Monsters are real, and ghosts are real too. They live inside us, and sometimes, they win," Stephen King has said. Who better than the King (pardon the pun) of horror to bring us into a ghost story? I...
Ella Rainz3 months ago
Legends, Myths, and Nightmare Fuel
The oceans make up so much of our planet that we now know more about the surface of the moon than we do about what lies beneath. Be it fake sightings or real sightings, with the way video editing work...
Verona Jones3 months ago
Is Howard Street Cemetery Haunted by a Wizard?
The Salem Witch Trials created their own ghosts. Everyone has heard of these trials. The mass hysteria in Salem where the locals saw witches lurking in every home or skulking around every corner of Sa...
Monatgeofheck +3 months ago
"We're a Bunch of Dead Men"
I recall taking this picture back in 2017 I believe. I remember us hitching our bikes among our shoulders, and shyly creeping through a field of pesticide infested weeds. The gnats and mosquitoes were...
Tom Baker3 months ago
Alligator!
(You’ve all heard the old saw about “alligators in the sewers,” right? Supposedly, back during the 1960s when buying people baby alligators as pets became a fad, people ended up worriedly flushing the...
Tom Baker3 months ago
The Girl Came Home
She did her hair, carefully, slowly, in front of the mirror. She put on her mascara and lipstick equally carefully, dousing herself with a little perfume. On the radio, The Ronettes sang about wanting...
Tom Baker3 months ago
The Golden Arm
For all I know, Mr. Peters is a ghost himself now. Back then, though, he was an elementary school teacher in a Department of Defense School, one located on a military base in Panama, Central America. ...
Shelby Yarchin3 months ago
The Gray Man of Pawley's Island
As humans, we rely on warning signs. If you’re driving down the street and see a red octagon you know that you need to stop. If you see clouds forming against a clear blue sky, it’s probably time to p...
Leanne Smith3 months ago
La Llorona
The legend of La Llorona comes from Mexican folklore and is very popular in pop culture, especially within the horror scene. La Llorona, also known as the Weeping Women, is a spirit of a mother search...