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Bloody Mary is one of the best and most interesting urban legends in the world, because this girl was once a queen until she got in a terrible accident. Bloody Mary was born on February 18, 1516. She was born in Greenwich, near London. She was a good sewer and a good dancer. Bloody Mary was the first queen of England at the age of thirty-seven. Mary became the queen of England in 1553. The story behind Bloody Mary is very interesting and unique.
Bloody Mary has changed over the years, because she was once a queen of England, and now she is a green monster. Bloody Mary was the sister of Prince Henry. She was married to a man named Phillip. In her house, she was like a slave, because her father killed her mother and expected her to do everything. She used to bathe in young women’s blood so she could try to stay young. She was always obsessed with her reflection in the mirror. She is true because she was this queen that was cruel to the town, and then she got punished, because she made this mistake. Bloody Mary was very cruel to women. One thing you do not want to do to Bloody Mary is not to look directly at her. Also never smile because she will disappear because she is jealous. . Bloody Mary was really mean to the people in the town, so they had her sit down in front of a mirror, and they cut her face. This was torture to her, because of what she did to the town. When they were finished cutting her face, she went and got in her car and then she had a wreck and that’s how she died in the car accident.
Before she died, this man that she was deeply in love with drowned from falling into a lake. That night, after this man died she crept around the houses by the lake looking for women. She was looking for new body parts so she could replace the old body parts from the dolls with the new ones. She made the doll…...

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