I found some urban legends online. I'm gonna post some of them :) This is 'Skinned Tom':
IN LIFE, Tom was a good-looking guy who liked the ladies. Once he'd dated all the available girls in the area, he started seeing a girl in the next town -- not knowing she was married. Eventually her husband got wind of what was going on and vowed revenge on the two of them. He told his wife he was going out of town for the weekend, then hid in the woods behind their house. As he'd guessed, that evening Tom showed up to take the lady out. The husband followed them to the nearby Lovers' Lane.
Now listen, I was searching the web to put some links on here and I found another legend.
Somewhere in Vermont, there's a lake called Lake Champlain, and people have been seeing what appears to be a sea monster. This might as well be our Loch Ness Monster, but there's been so much proof. Ever since the 1800's people have been spotting it. Now I believe in the Loch Ness Monster but is this real?
Like Bigfoot and the Loch Ness monster, most of the evidence for Champ's existence rests on eyewitness testimony. As I have noted elsewhere (Radford 2002), such accounts are notoriously unreliable and...
She shook in terror at the great surprise the empty hallway gave her.
"I could have sworn there was someone following me..." she mumbled to herself. "I guess it's just one of those things."
Not being able to sleep in her room, Alex just laid in her bed and stared at the ceiling. Her room was pitch black, but she could see the general shape of some things in black and white. The girl was a thinker, and she thought up a plan. A crazy plan in her head to find out how to move back to Cleveland, Ohio. She would think up a list of why Cleveland was better than this rotten stinkhole and she would show...
Just outside of Annapolis, Maryland lies a historic old Inn rumored to be haunted by a ghost that has been known to "goose" female workers among other things. Gene spent a night nearly alone in the haunted wing right next to the haunted bell tower.
This girl was home all alone watching TV on a cold winter night. The television was right beside a sliding glass door, and the blinds were open.
Suddenly she saw a wrinkled old man staring at her through the glass! She screamed, then grabbed the phone next to the couch and pulled a blanket over her head so the guy couldn't see her while she called the police. She was so terrified that she remained under the blanket until the police got there.
It had snowed a lot during the day, so the police naturally decided to look for footprints. But there were no footprints at all on the snowy ground outside...