Plague of the Superstitious
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Have you ever knocked on wood to stop something bad from happening? Or avoided walking under a ladder? Then you’re superstitious. Superstitions come from common, yet irrational beliefs. They typically stem from folklore or urban legend. But how irrational is it, if it’s actually true? Today, September 13th is national Defy Superstition day. So, are you willing to break your mom's back, or die yourself to prove a superstition wrong?  First we’ll tell you a story of the trapped and dying  Followed by desperate measures for love Then, till death do they part Finally in our featured story, deadly number four Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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