Pinoy Urban Legends 11: My Way Curse

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If you know this song by Sinatra, I suggest you don’t sing this in a karaoke—and no it is not because of your voice (partly).

Over the past decade, something sinister has come upon this song when sung in karaoke bars and any café or restaurant that sings it.

You pick the song, start it and sing it but once you do, you also unleash hell—not your voice again. Many incidents all over Philippines were caused because of this song. One incident was on how when someone was singing a song a police officer drew a revolver. Thousands of killings have occurred because of that song being sung.

Many have removed that song now from karaoke machines so try and search for it if you want just don’t sing. It is said to be evil because of the lyrics provoking a malevolent version of you or maybe because we are in the Philippines and karaoke will always be partnered with alcohol here which almost never ends well for the singer and the audience.

Pinoy Urban Legends 10: The 13th Floor

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Ever went to a building and wondered why in the elevator there is no 13th floor or instead of 13 there is the letter M or a subfloor of a 12 or 14?
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Pinoy Urban Legends 9: Robinsonssssss

Yes, the old but gold legend about the Robinsons Malls owner.
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Pinoy Urban Legends 8: The Injection

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So you guys seem to enjoy reading urban legends. Well, well, well. Here's more to scare you *evil laugh*.
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Pinoy Urban Legends 3: The Headless Priest

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Another urban legend told in the Philippines is the ‘Headless Priest’.
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Pinoy Urban Legends 6: Cat in the Siopao

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A running urban legend told in the Philippines is the ‘Cat in the Siopao’.
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