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Early 20th Century
There was a man named Charlie Noonan who used to roam to different places and hear stories from people which of these, urban legends, he sometimes wrote in his book. He used to go to remote areas to collect such unique and horrifying tales. Charlie's wife Ellie would get worried due to her husband walking alone in this way, but Charlie's insistence on her was not going on. The Legend At sometime around 1900's, Noonan met a farmer while searching for mythologies and got to know about a very fascinating testimony about an old woman lives who lived in a remote area north of Oklahoma. The legend was that the old woman is not only a human being but also has a sort of hidden demonic power and was in disguise of a human being. The face of this old woman was always... Read More
Creepypasta are essentially internet horror stories, passed around on forums and other sites to disturb and frighten readers. The name "Creepypasta" comes from the word "copypasta", an internet slang term for a block of text that gets copied and pasted over and over again from website to website. Creepypastas are sometimes supplemented with pictures, audio and/or video footage related to the story, typically with gory, distorted, or otherwise shocking content. The internet urban legends known as creepypastas had a breakout year in 2016 as the internet-based folklore tales took off, thanks in a large part to Syfy’s new anthology horror series, Channel Zero, which took on individual stories for the small-screen. This sudden spotlight came... Read More
Murray’s car was found abandoned on February 9, 2004 in Haverhill, New Hampshire by State Police responding to a call by a concerned bus driver. The bus driver came upon the crash, and a seemingly uninjured Murray told him she had called AAA (even though she hadn’t) and didn’t need his help. The driver left the accident and alerted police when he got home. It was a February day in 2004 when UMass Amherst student Maura Murray took a spontaneous trip toward the White Mountains. She told no one where she was going when she emptied her bank account, packed up her things, and hit the road. Just as quickly as her road trip started, it abruptly came to an end that evening when Murray crashed her car on a rural New Hampshire street. She has never been seen again.... Read More
The "dark web" is the encrypted network that exists between Tor servers and their clients, whereas the "deep web" is simply the content of databases and other web services that for one reason or another cannot be indexed by conventional search engines. here are some of the worst experienced peoples who suffered on the deep web, they almost died. The Internet is deeper and darker than many people imagine, and when you stare into the abyss, the abyss stares back into you. While most surface level and major websites only hold the usual dangers–like bots crawling your cookies to serve up more precise advertisements for you–there are shadows and ghosts lurking in the chasms of the web; and while you are looking at your screen, you never know what... Read More
Jumping from height can be a very effective method of suicide (providing it is from sufficient height), it does not account for a particularly high percentage of suicides in either the US or the UK. Having said that, in Honk Kong it accounted for over half of all suicides in 20061, so easy access to tall buildings seems to impact the propensity to use this method. The most important factor in suicide by jumping is height Stone states that jumping from 150 feet (46 metres) or higher on land, and 250 feet (76 metres) or more on water, is 95% to 98% fatal. 150 feet/46 metres, equates to roughly 10 to 15 stories in a building, depending on the height of one story. 250 feet is the height of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.