Top 10 Scary West Virginian Urban Legends
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Welcome back everyone to Most Amazing Top 10 - after a lot of demand, we have decided to start doing Urban Legends on individual US states. Today we have chosen to start with West Virginia. There are two reasons for that, one - why not? Two - the next Fallout Game is set there and it contains a lot of West Virginia Urban Legends. So, whether you want a sneaky insight into what that game will involve or you're just excited for another video in this series, let's see if you can all handle these stories. My name is Danny Burke - this is the Top 10 Scary West Virginia Urban Legends.
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Almost heaven West Virginia Blue ridge mountains shanon doe a river life was old there older than the trees younger than the mountains blowing back the breeze country road take me home to the place I belong West Virginia mountain mama take me home country road
No joke 2 years ago i was waiting for the bus with my sister for school, it was about 6 or 7 in the morning and we look up and therewas a huge figure with wings just slowly flying maybe 100 feet above us
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