Are These Urban Legends Myth Or Fact?
Everyone knows that urban legends aren't real, are they?
A babysitter receives threatening calls which, when tracked by police, are determined to be coming from inside the house.
When you swallow chewing gum, it stays in your stomach for 7 years.
A man, trapped in the elevator doors, is decapitated.
After mistakenly being buried alive, a woman claws her way to the surface.
If you stand in front of a mirror and repeat "Bloody Mary" three times, her ghost will appear and slit your throat.
A couple finds out the horrible smell their hotel room is coming from a dead body under the bed.
A business woman meets an attractive stranger while out of town. After a steamy night, she wakes in her hotel bathtub without her kidneys.
Sometimes, insects crawl inside your ear and lay eggs in your brain.
After moving into a new home, the owners discover that their tap water is black and later workers find a decaying body in the sewer.
After renting a movie, a couple discovers their DVD was accidentally switched out with "snuff film"--or real footage murder in progress.
Although their fangs are too small to penetrate human skin, daddy-longlegs are among the most poisonous spiders on earth.
A teenager rigs a haunted house stunt, involving a fake gallows with a body harness. Unfortunately, the stunt goes horribly wrong, and the boy is killed.
A patient is admitted to the hospital. When doctors begin to operate, she emits noxious fumes that kill the doctors and nurses.