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Watch These top scary urban legends are absolutely disturbing and most of them are even based on a true story! Halloween has never felt so real! Do you have what it takes to watch this crazy creepy video about the Bunny Man, Pishtaco, El Coco, Chupacabra and more? Subscribe For New Videos! Watch our Places Google Earth Is HIDING From You! video here: Watch our Hidden Treasures That Can STILL Be Found! video here: Watch our 8 Times Humanity ALMOST Ended! video here: 6. Aka Manto (The Red Cape) In Japan, the bathroom is a terrifying place to be. There are tons of urban legends of bad things that can happen to you inside a public restroom. Aka Manto is said to be an extremely handsome spirit who was so attractive in life that he would cover his face with a mask to avoid unwanted advances. He now hides in the last stall of school bathrooms and when you enter he comes out and asks Which do you prefer, a red cape or a blue cape? Uh oh. If you say red he will slit your throat and your blood will flow down making it look like youre wearing a red cape. If you say blue he will choke you until you turn blue. If you ask for another color he will drag you down to hill. So hopefully you have a good imagination and can come up with an answer quickly to avoid these scenarios. Like No thank you, I dont really need a cape or maybe you can distract him by asking him a question, like where did you get your cape? The important thing is to stay calm, and Never to go to a public bathroom by yourself. This legend may have originated around 1935 when there were rumors of a man in a red cape who was hiding in an elementary school basement. In the 1980’s there were Stories of girls who were kidnapped in bathrooms inspiring all kinds of scary stories of the Red Cape. Another version of this story is Red Paper, Blue Paper. Girls who go into the bathroom hear a man in the next stall ask them , Do you want red paper or blue paper?. If you answer red, he will skin you alive and wear your skin like a cloak. If you answer blue, he will drain all of the blood from your body leaving you to suffocate. If you ask for yellow, he will drown you in the toilet. Hopefully by saying no paper he will leave you alone, but.... 5. The Deadly Hairdo A stylish teenager in the 1960s was Tired of always teasing and spraying her hair to achieve the perfect beehive hairdo. She washed her hair in sugar water to get it to harden in place so she would never have to do it again. At night she would Wrap the beehive tightly in a towel to keep its shape, and sleep on a special pillow that prevented her from knocking the shape out. Whenever it became itchy she would simply Spray it with more hairspray instead of actually washing it. One day her mother called her down to breakfast and when she didnt respond, she went upstairs and found her daughter had died during the night. When she removed the towel Hundreds of tiny spiders began crawling out from her hair. As she looked closer she saw that the spiders had been gnawing away at the girls skull and had Eaten right into her brain, which was fully exposed and rotting. Another version of this story is that there is a Guy with dreadlocks who goes into a barbershop to get them shaved off. As the barber starts cutting his hair, he feels something stinging his scalp. He thinks the barber is cutting his scalp and He gets angry and leaves. His girlfriend finds him the next day, suffering from multiple spider bites to the skull. Hygiene over vanity my friends, please wash your hair. 4. The Pishtaco The Pishtaco is a South American Vampire who hunts people to steal their body fat. Stories of the Pishtaco began around the 1500’s when the Spaniards arrived in Peru. In the Andes region in particular, Body fat represents strength and vitality and they made regular sacred fat offerings to their gods. When the Spanish came, the local people observed them using body fat for unusual purposes like Oiling their armor and dressing battle wounds. This along with the plunder and diseases they brought to the area created the Pishtaco. The Pishtaco is usually pale and a stranger with tall boots and a beard, Wielding curved blades and human skin lassos. With their inferior body fat, the European monsters would ingest the stolen fat to benefit from better health and prosperity- sucking it from their victims or, in later times, taking it with a syringe. The Pishtaco legend has often Affected Peruvians’ interaction with foreigners. The original Spanish missionaries were thought to be Pishtacos who stole the fat to grease their church-bells to make them more sacred, and some communities even Rejected help from the US food for peace program for fear of it being a means to fatten up their children who would then be harvested to lubricate airplane parts and various machinery.

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