Poison Dress – Dressed to Kill – Urban Legend

A gown used to dress a corpse for a funeral is removed from the body and returned to the store where it was purchased. An unsuspecting customer buys the gown and wears it to a dance, where embalming fluid from the dress seeps into her pores and kills her. The tale known as ‘The Poison Dress’, or ‘Embalmed Alive’ features a dress that has in some way been poisoned. This is a recurring theme throughout legends and folk tales of various cultures, including ancient Greece, Mughal India, and the United States. Although there is no evidence suggesting that the American urban legends are directly linked to the classical tales, they share several common motifs.

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President’s Book of Secrets – Conspiracy Theory

This book is rumored to contain the truth about the alien landings at Roswell, NM and Rendlesham Air Base, UK, and many other UFO events; the truth about the JFK and RFK assassinations; the location of the Holy Grail (tying in with the Fort Knox conspiracy theory); the fates of various high-ranking Nazis following WWII (and the facts concerning the U. S. government’s assistance of them);

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Urban Legend of Red Mist – Forbidden episode of Spongebob

Red Mist is a controversial real-life bootleg tape featuring an unaired episode of Spongebob Squarepants. Red Mist was purportedly created by a now imprisoned Scottish animator for the series who intended to pass the tape off as the season four premiere episode and featured the death of Squidward

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