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Urban Legends: Crime
Urban legends and Netlore about crime and criminals: ATM Envelope Poisonings; The 'Blue Star' LSD Tattoo; The Body in the Bed; The Nigerian Scam; Double ...
Burundanga Drug Warning - Urban Legends
Viral alerts warn of criminals using business cards or pieces of paper impregnated with a potent street drug called burundanga (scopolamine) to incapacitate ...
Eggs on Windshield or Fake Baby in Car Seat Urban Legends
Viral alert warns that criminals are using new techniques to trick drivers into stopping their vehicles: throwing raw eggs at windshields and leaving infant car ...
Urban Legends: Dial 112 to Contact Police in Emergency?
The man was a convicted rapist and wanted for other crimes. I never knew about the 112 Cell Phone feature. I tried it on my AT&T phone & it said, "Dialing ...
National Gang Week Crime Alert - Urban Legends
Subject: Important Crime Alert-- Read this! From: Moffatt, Wayne Subject: Important Alert To: SAO Office. National Gang Week is starting soon. This is their new ...
Flash Your Headlights and Die! - An Urban Legend
Examining the resurgence of a terrifying urban legend about aspiring gang ... Crime · The Cigar Arsonist - Stockbyte / Getty Images · Urban Legends With a ...
Paper-on-Rear-Window Carjacking Scheme - Urban Legends
Sources and further reading: Email Warning of New Carjacking Appears to Be Years Old Urban Legend Crime Blog, Dallas Morning News, 20 October 2011.
Perfume Scam - Urban Legends - About.com
ONE OF THE more alarming urban legends making the email rounds since .... Crime · The Cigar Arsonist - Stockbyte / Getty Images · Urban Legends With a ...
Two Sniffs and You're Out! - Urban Legends
For example, the email erroneously reports the location of the crime as a shopping mall parking lot (the traditional setting of many an urban horror story).
Urban Legend: Gangs Kill Drivers Who Flash Their Lights
Decades-old urban legend says innocent people who flash their headlights at oncoming cars are being chased down ... Crime: Separating the Fact from Fiction