Urban legends are thought by most to be tall tales passed down through the ages. Some of the stories are obviously make believe, while others, as strange as they may seem, have their origins in actual events. Do alligators roam the dark tunnels deep beneath New York City? Do boogeymen who terrorize those afraid of the night really exist? Are killer clowns a myth born from our fear of the unknown or could such evil truly walk among us? These are just a few of the urban legends that are explored in this book. After hearing some of the history for yourself, maybe you will be able to answer the age old question: Could it be true?
©2016 Cindy Parmiter (P)2016 Cindy Parmiter
Author of Forgiveness Not Permission by Beth Kozine, I love listening to Crime Novels and fiction
Quite revealing to find out where and how some Urban Legends originated. This was well written
Wife, Mother, Photographer. Obsessed with Great White Sharks, urban legends, Sweet Valley High and horror movies.
This short book covers a few of the most famous urban legends. If you are familiar with UL's, then you probably won't learn nothing new from reading this. The Colossal Book of Urban Legends is a better deal.
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