More Urban Legends from all around the World
In Korea, ghosts are haunting lavatories, statues turn alive and ventilators develop homicidal tendencies – at least that’s what people say.
Young Czech and German authors have set off in search of the weirdest, saddest and loveliest urban legends.
Ladies are vanishing from the Brussels underground restrooms, the zoo is losing penguins: urban legends from Belgium.
Italian big-city legends tell of razor blades and castles and a mysterious lady by the roadside.
In the Polish capital, tales are told of Black Roman, stinking mountains of ground meat, and a magical stone.
In Madrid one can find countless urban legends. A Spanish fairy-tale storyteller has collected the best.
A Canadian ethnologist explains the tale of the Volcano Child who, as legend has it, was incensed at the noise made at the city’s founding.