List of Urban Legends

List of Urban Legends



Contents



I. Urban Legends (Natural)

a. Celebrity, Heroes and Others (Urban Legends)
b. Crime (Urban Legends)
c. Historical (Hoax) d. Jeane Dixon's Prophecy to the Philippines
e. Cat - as the main ingredient of Siopao
f. Tide is the devil's detergent
g. A jellyfish attack causes Luzon wide blackout
h. Karaoke: Made in the Philippines?
i. The Secret of University of Santo Tomas
j. Spolarium
k. Malabon City's Satan over St. Michael Statue
l. Did he really do it ... or just an accident
m. Smiling Horse in a Beer
n. The Yamashita Treasure
o. The Little Thing Called Kisses

II. Urban Legends (Supernatural)

a. Mystery (Urban Legends)
b. Ghosts and White Ladies (Urban Legends)
c. Aliens (Urban Legends)
d. Monster (Urban Legend) e. Curse (Urban Legend)

III. Urban Legends (Health)

a. Sigbins are the cure for AIDS
b. AIDS/HIV patients injects moviegoers with his/her blood
c. A Woman with a Lump in Her Tongue
d. Cortal + Coke = Abortion
e. Dirt in McDonald's Foods
f. The Dirty Straw of Fast Food Restaurants in the Philippines
g. Kentucky Fried Chicken Rat Tail
h. Vile Burger Patties

IV. Urban Legends (Foreign)

a. Hate Letter to Filipinos
b. Top 10 Reasons Why There Won't Be a Filipino US President
c. The Hoax of Manny Villar's US Mansion

V. Stories, News, and Other Issues

a. White Lady, Black Lady, Red Lady and Brown Lady
b. Babala: May Isa pa Para Sayo (Warning: There's One more for You)
c. The Train Ride
d. Ghost
e. Village in Manila City Bears The Mark Of The Beast
f. Bangungot - Real? ... or Myth?
g. A Friend's Hidden Secret
h. Pasma - Real? ... or Myth?
i. Usog - Real? ... or Myth?
j. January 24, 1998 Aswang News in Caloocan City
k. Cat Walk Wish
l. Cat Walk Wish (Part 2)
m. Hell is ... Real?
n. Do Animals have Ghost?
o. Cat Walk Wish (Part 3)
p. Cat Walk Wish (Part 4)
q. Anniversary of December 21, 2012
r. The Black Nazarene
s. No. 14 Laperal
VI. Other known Urban Legends
a. Taho Vendors mix Cement on Taho
b. Palawan Vampire Family
c. La Vista, Quezon City Scary Entity
d. A Child with a Fish Twin
e. Minda Mora
f. The Old Lady in her Shoulder
g. The Double Walker Ghost
h. The Student and his Volkswagen
i. "Help me, I'm in Hell."
j. Party of the Dead

Comments

  1. you forgot to include one of the most popular urban legends among drinkers - THE HAPPY HORSE on the bottle of Red Horse

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    1. Oh ... I actually don't know it. Will you give some information about that? Just e-mail me.

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    2. happy horse, yung nakangiting kabayong icon sa red horse stallion bottles. they say mas malakas ang tama nun compared sa normal red horse. sabi rin nila every case of red horse contains 1 happy horse.

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    3. As I remember i think I drank that "happy horse" sa isang bar sa tomas morato once you've ordered a bucket, isa doon sabi ng kasama ko yung happy horse. Medyo distinctive naman ang logo nga madaling mahalata pero yung lasa at tama parang wala namang pagkakaiba.

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  2. How about yung ahas daw sa robinsons? Hehe nice collection po

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    1. i heard that too..sabi nila, magkapatid daw sina robin tiyaka si Sonia. Sonia died and Robin? no one knoes where he's been.

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  3. hmm makakahanap po ba kau ng info about dito ewan ko lang ahh yung isa kwento lng ng teacher ko saakin yung isa naman nakwento lng po ng mga pinsan ko sa mindanao , bout sa appearance ni amma mary sa philippines yung our lady of Edsa (edsa syempre) at yung our lady of cota(ozamis city, mindanao).. wala po kasi akong makitang info dyan eh,

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  4. Sir, how about yung crying/wailing ghosts ng CCP?

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  5. how abut the story ong quezon city triangle?? ung east west... tirangle...sa gitna ung quezon avenue... than sa dulo ay yung quezon city circle.... parang related cia sa freemasonry and alchemist!!

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  6. tell somthing about sigbins from negros occidental... and uak-uaks from samar? are they real?

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  7. Eh yung sa Manila Science High School? Kapag gabi na, nagkakaroon daw ng fourth floor yung Bordner building...

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  8. may idea ka ba about sa kwento sa antipolo tungkol sa magkapatid na batang lalaki ?
    ung mas matanda ang dahilan ng pagkamatay nung mas bata....
    even up to now pag naaalala ko ung story, it always give me a goosebumps.....

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  9. Meron po ba dito yung kwento tungkol sa mga tamawo sa panay island?

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  10. Don't forget the story of waway from cebu

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  11. Here's a story from the early sixties that was told to me by a family member of a Manila Police Department detective. There was a young woman who lived in Tondo, Manila (near Tutuban) who had a young infant, but was deserted by her common law husband. She lived in an old apartment house, and she rarely went outside. One day, her baby kept on crying, and her neighbors began to worry about the baby. Then, one day the baby's crying stopped. For two days the apartment was silent. The neighbors, who were curious and worried, called the Manila Police detective who lived nearby, who in turn called his colleagues to check on the woman and the baby. What the police found was so morbid and shocking that it is said they deliberately clamped down on any news reports getting out. When the policemen knocked on the door, they were answered by the woman who readily let them in, saying, "Come on in, we have a good lunch today". On the dining area table, they found a big platter with the arms, legs and head of the infant, who was obviously killed and cooked by its deranged mother. Gruesome huh? But the person who told me this swear its true.

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  12. Here's a story from the early sixties that was told to me by a family member of a Manila Police Department detective. There was a young woman who lived in Tondo, Manila (near Tutuban) who had a young infant, but was deserted by her common law husband. She lived in an old apartment house, and she rarely went outside. One day, her baby kept on crying, and her neighbors began to worry about the baby. Then, one day the baby's crying stopped. For two days the apartment was silent. The neighbors, who were curious and worried, called the Manila Police detective who lived nearby, who in turn called his colleagues to check on the woman and the baby. What the police found was so morbid and shocking that it is said they deliberately clamped down on any news reports getting out. When the policemen knocked on the door, they were answered by the woman who readily let them in, saying, "Come on in, we have a good lunch today". On the dining area table, they found a big platter with the arms, legs and head of the infant, who was obviously killed and cooked by its deranged mother. Gruesome huh? But the person who told me this swear its true.

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  13. How_about_ung_naglalakad_sa_hatinggabi,at_tanikala_lng_daw_naririg,,ang_sabe_ng_mga_matatanda_sa_Pampanga_mga_kaluluwa_ng_mga_sundalong_namatay,nung_panahon_ng_mga_hapon?!

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