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When I was like 6 or 7 at school me and a bunch of my friends were suppose to go in the bathroom one by one and do "Bloody Mary" and see if you could "see" her. Well i was scared and didnt wanna see her so i didnt do anything. All the other kids came back and said that when they flushed the toliet (like they were supppose to) saw her in the mirror. So from then on for a long time i thought if you flushed the toliet and looked in the mirror you would "see her" so i would flush the toliet and run out the bathroom
One day when I was in first grade, I was playing on the playground with my friend and she had to go to the bathroom. We went and all of a sudden some other 1st grade girls came to the bathroom and started talking about Bloody Mary. That was the first time I ever heard such a thing. I stayed with the other girls who went out of the bathroom and then back in. One of the girls did a funny thing, she tried to stick her head into the mirror and almost licked it, but nothing happened. I didn't go to the bathroom all day I was so scared. Our teacher had to take the other girls to the bathroom and said it wasn't true. I still think Bloody Mary is really scary.
I was at a sleepover and my friend's 16-year-old sister went in the bathroom and tried bloody mary. There were no windows or other doors that she could escape from. But honestly, my friend's 16-year-old sister has been missing for a year! I told my next door neighbor this and she was terrified!
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.
I used to believe that if u stood in fromt of a bathroom mirror at night and said bloody Mary three times and flush the toilet that bloody mary would appear and stab you every time my friends and I tried to do it we would run out of the bathroom before anything would happen
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 learned the myth of Blood Mary when I was around 7 or 8. I had heard that if you scratch a mirror in the bathroom three times at the same time as chanting her name three times, she would come out of the mirror or the toilet or the sink and kill you with a rusty old knife. One of my childhood friends (now one of the most annoying "popular" people in highschool) and I went into the bathroom in the elementary school (we were at the After School Program), and we did it. Nothing happened.
Although nothing happened, I was afraid of bathroom for about a year or so, so I'd run away from it as fast I could after slamming the door. This subsided quickly once my mother told me I wasn't going to die from "Bloody Mary."
This fear of anything that can hold water was re-instated after I saw 'The Grudge' in theaters. My friends didn't help very much. Similar to the first fear, this one gradually subsided over a year's time.
I have heard so many versions of this story. But the one that I remeber most is probably the one I was told in 3rd grade. One of my newer friends had told us that bloody mary was a bride when she had died and that she was married to a guy named "candy man" I have no clue where they got this idea at ALL. Well that story when that he killed her and becuase of the blood on her dress she was givin the name "Bloody Mary". Also that "Candy Man" would appear out of the mirror and kill you if you brought candy into the bath room with you. I didn't bring sweets near the bathroom mirror for quite a while.
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.
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 flushed the toilet, turned around three times, and said "Bloody Mary" then looked in the mirror, you would see a woman's face covered in blood. Even though i knew it wasn't true, i still wanted to be sure. So everytime I flushed the toilet, I would wash my hands first, flush, and run.
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.
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.
I always thought that if you were in a room with a mirror and it was just light enough to see yourself in the mirror, but still really dark, and said 'Bloody Mary' 47 times, she would appear and come out of the mirror and break the mirror and then disappear again. And if you did that but fainted when you saw Bloody Mary, when you woke up you would have this ginormous cut on your wrist. I tried this with my firneds, however, and nothing happened.
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 little my brother told me that if you said bloody mary 3 times while turning around and then looked in the toilet there would be a lady with an axe appearing in the toilet water......imagine what my parents thought when they heard me saying bloody mary about a million times with the bathroom dooer closed.......
My friends told me about B.M. in 2nd grade. They said she had a whole family and that Bm and the rest of her gang chased my friends (they were neighbors) and i believed them. But I know Bm isnt real but just to be on the safe side i close my bathroom door everynight, cover my mirror in my room, and sleep with 2 nightlights on my tv on... Im 11!
I learned about Bloody Mary in 3rd grade. For years I would cover or remove any mirrors from my room eveyr night because I believed she would come outof the mirror and get me while I slept.
my friend tried to scared me with the bloody mary story when i was young. he told me that it's true because his bother was almost killed by blood mary. his brother had purple spots on his neck to prove it. now i realise those were hickies. therefore, his girlfiend must be bloody mary. i am just kidding. =)
I can't look at the mirror in the dark, even at 14 i can't. But it's not because of the following:
I remember the Bloody Mary thing. Ya know I researched that and found a whole bunch of info on it and even though I knew it couldnt be true I've always been creeped out. I tried chanting Bloody Mary according to the ditrections, but I always panicked and left the bathroom, somehow I always thought that the room was red and the door would be locked..from the outside.Creepy.