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Originally posted by Echo3Foxtrot
Could I in theory say the name of some other female like oh I don't know Jennifer Aniston, would she appear?
Originally posted by ClydeFrog
When I was younger, there was a challenge set amongst my friends. You had to wait until you were home alone at night, go to the bathroom, close the door, turn out the light and stand facing the toilet. Next, you very slowly chant, 'Satan stroke my back', 13 times and then flush.
Obviously there was no way to verify whether or not anybody actually managed it - I tried, but couldn't go through with it! All my friends claimed they had done it, and their backs were stroked!!, obviously they were lying, but at the time, (we were all around age 11), it was scary.
This was 19 years ago, and even now I'm older, wiser, believe in very little supernatural type things, (and certainly not satan), I still think I would struggle to go through with it!!!
It's totally irrational, and I'm 100% certain nothing would happen, but I still wouldn't do it now - WHY??
Ronald Clark O'Bryan (nicknamed The Candyman) (October 19, 1944 – March 31, 1984) was a murderer from Pasadena in the U.S. state of Texas who killed his son Timothy on Halloween, 1974 with cyanide-laced candy in order to claim $20,000 in life insurance. He had also distributed poisoned candy to other children (none of whom ate it) in an attempt to cover up his crime. O'Bryan had recently taken out a $40,000 life insurance policy on his children, Timothy and Elizabeth. Elizabeth did not eat any of the tainted candy.