Top 10 Scary British Urban Legends
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Hello everyone! I hope you're ready for this, we're gonna be looking at some creepy tales again and this time it's from my homeland of Britain. Its a place with a lot of history dating back thousands of years - so, it makes sense that there would be a lot of scary stories attached to certain places. Which one of these sends a shiver down your spine? Let's find out - my name is Danny Burke and this is the Top 10 Scary British Urban Legends.
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In my area there's an urban legend called the chatty chavs, they will talk to you anywhere about how fit their girl is, how much money they have etc. You must let them talk for exactly one hundred and fifty seconds, at which point you say, innit fam, if you don't talk for one hundred and fifty seconds, they give you a fat wad of cash, if not, they'll clear out your bank account
Where I live, there is a street called Degrey street, and number 39 is haunted. In the cupboard under the stairs it is believed there are loads of dead children stuffed in it. Also, in the living room there are sometimes dolls being thrown from one side of the room to the other. So it’s.. haunted technically. Love the video Danny!
I've went to Mary Kings Close when I went to Scotland for a bit. If you actually go there it's so scary. We only went when my bloody brother dared us to go in. So we brought tickets and when in. At the time I was well knackered we'd been walking around all day and I wasn't really up for it. So when we was in there it was mad creepy. I was at the back at the line and I kept feeling like there was somebody next to me. When we got to the doll room it got worse. I didn't get much happen to me I just felt like I was being watched and I kept feeling things behind me.
There's one near me and it's some thing about a monk . The "mad monk" there supposedly been sightings and then there another one near the bridge where the mad monk is about children skipping round singing nusery rhymes
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