posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 11:27 AM
The whole BEK thing seems to fit the "urban legend" criteria to a 'T'. I first heard about it appx ten years ago.
The person who relayed the story to me had heard about it word-of-mouth, like it was being passed along in a verbal 'viral' mode.
According to the story I heard, some cab driver in Chicago or Cleveland or San Fransisco
(pick whichever city you prefer) gets a dispatch to pick up a fare in a somewhat deserted, run-down, warehouse district area. As per the dispatch
message, two people are waiting on a corner. Two young boys. They get in the cab. They appear to be about 12 years old at most.
They're very polite and well-dressed. The driver gets a weird feeling, adjusts his mirror so he can see the kids, and is freaked out when he sees
their eyes are completely black. He tells them he needs to make a quick stop at a corner convenience store to take a pee, or buy something, or make a
phone call. (pick whichever)
The driver telling them he needs to stop seems to really "agitate" them. They say they're in a hurry, and they're only going a few blocks away.
The driver gets further freaked out when they tell him their destination. It's a totally abandoned old waterfront structure. (The driver knows every
part of the city) He whips into the store, jumps out of the car and walks through the door.
He turns around to see if the BEKs are just going to wait in the cab or get out. They're already gone!
I've heard a couple variations on the story. Even if it's just an urban legend, I think it's a very cool and very spooky tale. Not
surprising that the Hollywood jerkoffs have glommed onto the story.
The NEW "Ghost Rider" movie?? Good God...as if the first Ghost Rider wasn't unwatchable enough!