5 Most Famous American Urban Legends To Make Your Blood Run Cold

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Do you believe in ghosts? These real-life stories will make you closer to the supernatural things and creepy creatures.

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Charlie No-Face

In western Pennsylvania, you can easily meet a horribly disfigured man who walks along the dark streets at night.

He is called “Charlie No-Face” or “Green Man”, and there are a lot of stories related to him.

The most horrifying about that is the fact this man really lived! Raymond “Ray” Robinson tried to look into the bird’s nest on the Morado Bridge when he was 8 years old.

Accidentally, he touched the electrical line that struck him and caused terrible wounds on his face. People panicked when they first saw them, so Raymond decided to go on the walk at night.

Someone tells he is still wondering around Koppel.

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Haunted nightclub

Bobby Mackey’s Music World is a popular nightclub in Wilder, Kentucky. The owner of this place is a country musician Bobby Mackey.

This bar isn’t just a regular bat as it’ connected the several legends about hauntings, murders, and suicides. They became so popular that the building was put up for sale.

One of the most famous legends states that a woman named Joanna had fallen in love with a singer in a club.

Her furious father hung her lover in the locker room, which is why Joanne committed suicide by poisoning.

Bobby Mackey wrote a song about this incident, which suggests that that girl is still haunting him in this bar.

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Suscon Road

Suscon Road – road in Pennsylvania with a railway bridge across the Susquehanna River. There are many legends connected with this place.

The locals say that if you come to this place and wait a bit, you can see in your car’s mirror the so-called “the Suscon Screamer”.

Most stories are about the fact that this is a ghost of a woman who was left at her wedding and who later committed suicide on this bridge.

They also say, jumping from the bridge, she was screaming with horror.

Source: pittstonprogress.com

Greenbrier Ghost

Elva Zona Heaster was born in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, in the late 1800s. Once, she met a rogue, Edward Shue, and married him.

Eventually, he killed her and made it look like a natural death. But the mother didn’t believe him and prayed to her daughter to come and tell the truth.

Night after night Elva came to her mother and told that her husband broke her neck. Then, the mother demanded autopsy that proved Shue is the killer.

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The Amityville Horror

The movie “The Amityville Horror” is actually based on the real story.

It all began on November 13, 1974, with a murder. The family of DeFeo – the parents of Ronald and Louise and their children – were shot in their own beds.

After that, the killer left his parents’ bedroom and headed to the children’s room. The boys Mark and John were shot point-blank range.

Two girls – 13-year-old Alison and 18-year-old Don – were killed by shots in the head.

Ronald DeFeo, Jr., the only one who survived this slaughter, was arrested on suspicion of murder.

Details of the murder scene evoked a great deal of discussions and arguments, but, eventually, Ronald DeFeo was imprisoned.

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Lutzes family moved into their home in Amityville after the house had remained empty for over a year. And that is when the nightmare began.

Their 4-year-old daughter suddenly got an imaginary girlfriend named Jodie, with whom she constantly spoke. Nobody except her saw this girl, who supposedly also lived in this house.

As the story tells, Jodie appeared to be a freaky pig monster. Also, the family witnessed

cold spots and unpleasant smells, vivid nightmares, a rotating crucifix and experienced physical attacks.

Source: fb.ru

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