Some folks tend to be paranoid about snakes coming up through the drain, but this is a whole 'nuther order of craziness. This is the Japanese ghost called Toire no Hanako-san who haunts the toilets in girls' restrooms in schools, which are scary places anyhow.

Some folks tend to be paranoid about snakes coming up through the drain, but this is a whole 'nuther order of craziness. This is the Japanese ghost called Toire no Hanako-san who haunts the toilets in girls' restrooms in schools, which are scary places anyhow.

Urban Legends

Urban Legends

As if two of them were not creepy enough!

As if two of them were not creepy enough!

It is not uncommon for schools to have a toilet permanently occupied by the mysterious girl, who is known in Japanese as Toire no Hanako-san (lit. "Hanako of the toilet"). She is often found in the third stall in the restroom on the third floor -- usually the girls' room.    Hanako-san's behavior also varies according to location, but in most cases, she remains holed up in the bathroom until an adventurous student dares to provoke her.

It is not uncommon for schools to have a toilet permanently occupied by the mysterious girl, who is known in Japanese as Toire no Hanako-san (lit. "Hanako of the toilet"). She is often found in the third stall in the restroom on the third floor -- usually the girls' room. Hanako-san's behavior also varies according to location, but in most cases, she remains holed up in the bathroom until an adventurous student dares to provoke her.

What the hell??

What the hell??

Urban Legend #6 Can we use your phone? (by Melissa)

Urban Legend #6 Can we use your phone? (by Melissa)

Fishing in Hawk’s Lake near Clarkson, Minnesota in 1971, Jim Hughes, 16, landed what he thought was a ‘really big, ugly fish.’ He dropped it after unhooking it when it said, ‘Hurts! Hurts!’ in a clear, deep voice. It then slid back into the lake. Pic taken by his brother, Bill Hughes, 19, who said he heard it too.  Both claimed it had ‘man-like hands with fingers—and blue eyes.’  It scared the 'holy crap’ out of them.

Fishing in Hawk’s Lake near Clarkson, Minnesota in 1971, Jim Hughes, 16, landed what he thought was a ‘really big, ugly fish.’ He dropped it after unhooking it when it said, ‘Hurts! Hurts!’ in a clear, deep voice. It then slid back into the lake. Pic taken by his brother, Bill Hughes, 19, who said he heard it too. Both claimed it had ‘man-like hands with fingers—and blue eyes.’ It scared the 'holy crap’ out of them.

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This is not a coincidence...

This is not a coincidence...

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