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I used to believe in the "Bloody Mary" stories. If you went into the bathroom and shut the door so it was dark, closed your eyes and said 'Bloody Mary 3 times, when you opened your eyes you would see her in the mirror with a knife. I was so scared of the bathroom as a kid I would send my lil' brother in to turn the light on for me before I would go in.
I used to believe that if you looked in a mirror and said "bloody mary 1 2 3" 3 times, that you would be sucked into this world when you fell asleep and they would rip your hair out & cut you in pieces
I've heard a lot of differant stories about "Bloody Mary". My best friends and I have tried the ritual before. We all crammed into a the bathroom, with the door shut and the lights off and we said, "Bloody Mary, I killed your baby!" Five times. After the fifth time...nothing happened...I think...We all ran out fo the room screaming before we could even wait a couple seconds after saying it the fifth time, But I heard a story once...about a girl Who tried it. They say that she went into her Bathroom, closed the windows, and shut off all the lights, and closed the doors. After saying the words five times....In the mirror there was a face of an 18th or 19th Century woman in the mirror. The girl got scared and turned away from the mirror. She looked back and Bloody Mary's bloody nails were reaching out from the mirror. The nails were EXTREMLY LONG! Bloody Mary scratched the girls spine and ripped off the skin on her back. She died intsantly. I'm not sure if it's true...but I used to believe it....
I used to believed that if I were in a public bathroom alone, Bloody Mary would come out of the toilet, and terrorize me. That's why I never go to a public bathroom alone.
Here's my version of Bloody Mary (that I've heard of.)
Bloody Mary was a normal person years ago..single parent with her baby. One day while she did the laundry, a witch killed her baby, and when Mary returned she found her baby wrapped in a bloody sheet. She spent her whole life searching for the one who murdered her, but died before she could.
They say that if you turn off all the lights and windows in a bathroom stare int he mirror and say, "Bloody Mary, I killed your baby," five times...she'll peer at you through the mirror, reach through with her long blood red fingernails and kill you.....
I thought when you said "Bloody Mary" three times in a dark bathroom and then looked in the mirror, you would see the evil alternate version of virgin mary, who had killed the baby jesus. I imagined her with long black hair, red glowing eyes, holding a bloody dead baby with a bloody knife in the other hand and smiling. Once when I was six, me and a friend tried it in the school bathroom, turning on the lights and saying it. We had said it three times and then all the sudden the bathroom door opened and a female teacher walked in. We saw her reflection in the mirror, knew it was Bloody Mary appearing, and ran away screaming. We never thought it would really work.
I was afraid to ever walk into a dark bathroom until I was about 10 and told someone and they explained that Mary did not have an evil twin who killed baby Jesus. They never told me where bloody mary came from though, and to this day I am not quite sure who Bloody Mary is... but i have my suspicions.
When I was young the scariest thing ever was bloody mary, the devils sister! Supposedly, if you said her name 10 times in front of a mirror in the dark, she would then appear in the mirror! Needless to say, I never did this because I was scared to death. To this day, I will not look at a mirror in the dark, and refuse to have one in my room.
If any of you remember the "Bloody Mary" myth from sleepovers about the woman in the mirror, you know the sheer terror it can inspire in an 8 yr old. One time, my friend told me that bloody mary would come our of my toilet and kill me if i flushed it 10 times in a row. For about a year after that, i woud always stand by the door of the bathroom, reach in and flush the toilet, the run like hell. Somehow it never occured to me that i was only flushing once...
When i was little, my friend told me the story of 'if you say 'bloody mary' three times in front of the mirror, slime oozes out of it, and a zombie-person(who i pictured was bloody mary, becasue of the name) would come out and attack you. I remember saying in real fast and running out of my bathroom like no other. After awhile, i realized it was a bunch of bologna.
in infant school my friends told me that there was a ghost in the girls toilets . Her name was bloody Mary , and she was there to scare you when you where on the toilet. Also they told me that if you turned all the taps on and shout her name three times that her face would appear in the mirror. From then on i was always to scared to go to the toiltes by myself.
I've always been terrified of bathrooms. I had so many seperate fears i can't list them all. When i was a kid it was pretty debilitating. I wouldn't go to the bathroom at school til i was in high school and would hold it til i got home(well, tried to anyway, unsuccessfully at times). Even now (i'm 22) i don't like going in bathrooms i've never been in before. The most prevalent belief was that sharks lived under the bathroom floor. Not just in the tub. They could eat me on the toilet or the shower or standing in front of the sink. I thought little mini sharks lived inside the toilet bowl. (As an aside: I also thought sharks lived in the deep end of the swimming pool) Til I was probably 15, I always left the bathroom door open a little so i could escape quickly if i needed to. I hated public bathrooms because the stalls scared me. I could just imagine some evil goblin or something sticking their heads/hands/claws under the stall walls and grabbing me. I didn't like the mirrors in any bathrooms due to all the bloody mary stories i heard at school. My trips to the bathroom (if you could actually convince me to go in one) were very fast and sometimes involved me not actually zipping up til i was already outside the bathroom just so i could get out faster.
When I was in grade one somebody told me that if at midnight you go into the bathroom, turn off the light, lock the door, flush the toilet and say Bloody Mary 3 times, Bloody Mary would come out of the mirror and kill you. My friends and I believed this until one of my friend's older brother forced us to try it, with him standing outside ready to save us if she appeared.
When I was 10 or 12 I was introduced to the Bloody Mary urban legend (stand in front of a mirror in the dark, speak the name Bloody Mary a lot, maybe spin around three times, creepy things happen). So at a big sleepover party we all faced our fears and crammed into the bathroom. On the third spin, when the ritual reached a climax, my slipper hit the springy door-stopper and made that sound that springs make going back and forth. But I didn't feel it so none of us knew what happened, which resulted in a stampede of screaming preteen girls spewing from the bathroom in all directions. Let's just say it took me years to look into a mirror in the dark again.
I, like most kids of the time, was a big believer of the "Bloody Mary" trick. My friend and I finally worked up the courage to do it, and we began chanting the infamous words, "Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary,"
Just then, my mother (who was also named Mary) popped in, wondering what on earth we were doing in the bathroom with a tea candle.
My friend's overactive imagination came up with the story that I was a descendant of Mary Tudor, and therefore, whenever I tried the "Bloody Mary" thing, I would be unharmed!
I pranced around haughtily the next few days, until I was captivated by the Ouija board, and my "great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great grandmother" finally died.
I was about 10 years old at a sleep over when a few girls did Bloody Mary in the downstairs bathroom. I was so freaked out about it that I didn't use that bathroom the rest of the time I was there, even during the day, and, to this day, I can't look at mirrors at night.
My sister told me that if I said "Bloody Mary" three times in the same room as a mirror, Mary would come in your sleep and kill you. I used to get so scared because I'd just think "Bloody Mary" and once you start thinking it, it repeats in your head. I just knew she would come get me.
i used to belive that if you stare at yourself long enouf in the mirror your reflection would turn into a freaky lookin monster!
i also thought (still do....kinda) that if you say "bloody mary" 3 times while the water faucet is running she would pop out and kill you! i was soo scared when i heard that. i believe it cuz my friend tried it at school in the bathroom and saw her in the mirror and the doors locked on her.(thats wat she said) another friend tried it and heard voices whispering to her.......i never tried bloody mary and NEVER will
I hate bloody mary . My friends told me about it and I told my mom and she took me to the mirror . I was so scared . we said it . 3 times . But luckly it was in the afternoon . But sometimes I remember and try not to think about it .
when i was little someone told me the story of bloody mary. im almost 20 and still can't look in the mirror late at night.
When I was little someone told me that if you spun around 3 times in the bathroom when the lights were out and said ''Bloody Mary,Bloody Mary,Bloody Mary'' she would appear in the mirror. And would haunt you when ever you went into the bathroom to go #1 or #2. So I would never go into the bathroom when the lights were off in fear of my brother coming in and saying ''BLOODY MARY BLOODY MARY BLOODY MARY!''