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#7

“The call is coming from inside the house."Or something like it. Which creepy intruder story is actually true?

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  • Repeatedly calling while hiding in the closet

  • Texting from underneath the bed

  • Writing creepy notes on mirrors and hiding in the attic

  • Taking pictures of someone sleeping at night and sending it to them

  • None of these are true.

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#8

In the Penn State University library, a college student went in to study — and never came out! Is this urban legend of a murder being carried out in public totally true or very false?

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  • Totally true

  • Partially true. There had to have been some witnesses!

  • Partially true. The student made it out alive.

  • Very false

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#9

Rabid dogs, killer bees, but what about flesh-eating pigs? Allegedly, a veteran cared for pigs to treat his PTSD only to be eaten alive by his precious pets. Did this really happen or is it just a story?

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  • It wasn’t a pig, it was a dog.

  • It wasn’t a war vet, it was an elderly woman who lived on a farm.

  • This story is true.

  • This story is just a story.

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#10

Growing up, you probably heard a spooky story or two about an escaped patient from a nearby insane asylum and how they were on the loose killing children. Did this really happen?

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  • Yes, in Staten Island.

  • Yes, in Oregon.

  • Yes, in Europe.

  • No way this would ever happen, ever.

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#11

Atomic wedgies are legendary in themselves. But, has anyone ever been killed by getting a wedgied to death?

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  • Yes, damage to anywhere on your digestive tract is dangerous.

  • Yes, they were hung by the seat of their pants. Literally.

  • Yes, they were strangled by the waistband of their underwear.

  • No, it’s just a wedgie — calm down.

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#12

Last but not least: Swallowed bubblegum takes seven years to digest in your body. True or false?

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  • True. It’s science!

  • False. It digests just like any other food.

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