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When I was in kindergarten, a friend told me about Bloody Mary but she said you had to be wearing socks. I asked her why the socks? She said so you would slip if you tried to run away. To this day, I can't wear socks in the bathroom at night after dark.
I used to believe that if you went into a dark bathroom, looked into the mirror and said Mary Worth 3 times you would see her face, and after you turned the lights on and you looked into the mirror again your face would be all scratched and bloody. To this day I'm still scared of dark bathrooms.
I used to believe that during midnight, if you looked into a mirror, Bloody Mary would come out and smile at you, cursing you to die. I still avoid going to the bathroom on the stroke of midnight.
I used to believe in bloody mary. My friends were older than me, and some believe in bloody mary also. WE thought that if you went into the bathroom and did the bloody mary chant (about the baby and stuff) she would come and get you. So when I was younger than first grade, If I took a shower or something, I would leave the door partially open incase bloody mary came. Monsters never scared me, just bloody mary and freddie kregur(spelling aiight??)
was afraid of mirrors in the dark because of bloody mary. My friends told me about it at a slumber party in grade school. They also had one called "Blue Baby" who was suppose to be a baby that was frozen to death or something, and would haunt the house if you said blue baby three times in front of a mirror.
The other girls did that, and a oiji board, i refused to partisipate, and they screamed saying they saw the baby... i would never go in the bathroom unless the lights were on after that. It's terrible what people do to each other.
When I was a kid one of the other girls in the neighborhood said that if you went into the bathroom with the lights off at midnight and turned around three times, you would see the ghost of "Bloody Mary" in the mirror. One of the other girls said that she had tried it, and it worked. I was so freaked out that I haven't been able to go into a dark bathroom since. I don't believe the "Bloody Mary" part anymore, though.
When I was younger, I scared to death of bloody Mary. All my friends were older than me, and my friend Melissa would tell me if i went into the bathroom, lock the door, turned off the lights and say "bloody mary, i have your baby(3x) bloody mary would come out. So, until I was about 7, i took showers with the bathroom door open a bit, so I cou run out if bloody mary ever came after me.
When I heard the "Bloody Mary" ghost story as a child -- if you stand in a dark room and chant "Bloody Mary" three times, a wicked old hag will appear in the mirror and come out and kill you -- I was terrified of looking into mirrors in the darkness. I still avoid looking into the bathroom mirror until I can turn the light on...mirrors give me the creeps, and watching Poltergeist 3 when I was in my teens (the ghosts in the movie are haunting a posh apartment building where the hallways, elevators, etc have wall-to-wall mirrors, and they walked in and out of them) didn't help much, either...
I believed that Bloody Mary's favorite color was hot pink, and if I happened to make the mistake of wearing hot pink while saying "Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary" in front of a mirror in a dark room, all would be lost. Especially if it was exactly midnight.
I was petrified out of my mind about this.