Discussion in 'Ghost Stories' started by the_candyman, Aug 23, 2003.
do you belive in the candyman
Do you mean the legend about the ghoul offering candy to children? If so, no. I think this is a urban legend.
You take care!.
If you mean the movie, no it's not real...It's make believe..
Lead me not into temptation...I'll find it myself
The candyman IS real. Luckily he is in jail. He was a serial killer who worked in a chocolate factory. He'd chop people up and eat their body parts. Very creepy guy.
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the candyman is a man that had his right arm cut of and it was replaced a hook and coverd in honey and tied to a tree and let bees sting him and then he was burned
and jiyasa do you put a spirit in jail
UH...... That's a movie your talking about, come on a hook, honey, bees.
Oh ya, you call his name 3x's in the mirror, he comes & kills you. The story
is he was a black artist, fell for a rich white woman, had an affair, husband found out, towns people hung him from a tree covered him w/ honey, cut his hand off, the bees covered him & ate his flesh. When you call on him he comes & kills you. There is also something w/ his blood line, he wants them also. pretty scary movie. But it's just a movie!
OOOOOOk! I remember him. I tend to think that the guy with the hook is an urban legend as well. There MAY have been a small kernel of fact there someplace, but it is so embroidered that it would be impossible to find now.
And Jiyasa.. is there really a creature in what I hope is a VERY secure facility who falls into the category of cannibalistic serial killer? Oh my! I know that there are others all over the world, I have never heard of the Chocolate Factory ghoul. Enough to make me think twice about munching on that candy bar of chocolate.
You take care!..
Now to respond to another smartass who thinks he is witty.
Obviously I'm not talking about the movie, the candyman was a CRIMINAL SERIAL KILLER.
Get your facts straight before you go mouthing off with your "witty" remarks.
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