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Posted 28 December 2010 - 03:25 AM
ayhano, on 29 July 2010 - 09:11 PM, said:
I know a urban legend about a woman named aicha kandicha, it's a woman with camel/goat like legs and feet and she appears at night to only men.
My grandfather had a encounter when he walked with his friend to his house from his shop, a very beautiful woman was following them,
when they both turned around they kept following here on they're own and couldn't control themself untill my grandfather saw here leg camel/goat like and he screamed and his friend also noticed it and they ran away the woman kept following them for a while but they got away.
I also know a story about my dad's friend who knew someone who owned a taxi, he picked up one night a very beautiful woman he told here where do u want to go? the woman said nothing until here face became distorted and very ugly and then he saw in the car mirror that here legs were like that of a camel and he panicked got out of the taxi and ran 2 miles to town very pale.
And the last one is of a guy who went to the sauna at night at like 22:00, he was all alone and then the air became cold in the place where the air is actually hot, he then saw a beautiful woman coming to him with camel legs and he screamed and ran away and told everything to the owner, he checked the sauna and found noding only hoof like prints with dirt, the poor man was for like 2 weeks a little psychical damaged.
They say if she manages to let u follow here, she will rip u to death slowly.
It's an urban legend from morocco, and probably the most famous one
Thank u for reading!
I like the story, but how do they know she will slowly rip you to death? Did someone get partially ripped to death, or witnessed someone else get ripped to death? Fun story though. It makes me want to go to morocco and encounter this camel lady, get the piss scared out of me and walk away with a great story.
Edited by Thesantanafan, 28 December 2010 - 03:26 AM.
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I've been searching the web trying to find out why i cant get a date....this may be why.....i do have *spam filter* sometimes but i also have huge legs and thighs .....and i thaught the name was...Aishah Qandesha? and she was an african goddess of life and love.....wow how the story changes...huge miconception...now i kno y
The boundaries which divide Life from Death are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where the one ends, and where the other begins?
Posted 31 July 2012 - 10:20 PM
Please-Forgive-Me, on 06 December 2010 - 05:19 AM, said:
This of course sounds like a variation of the "Satyr" tales. My observation is this. Why is it that when we here a story that upsets our belief system or threatens our comfort zone of ideas, we automatically call the story made up or a lie. Knight of Shadows talked about all the stories he was told from different people. are they all lying? Our North American culture seems to accept haunted houses, but we reject certain other stories because we are not used to them.
THAT IS NOT DEAD WHICH MAY ETERNAL LIE, AND WITH STRANGE AEONS EVEN DEATH MAY DIE - H.P. LOVECRAFT
YOUR PUNY TECHNOLOGY IS NO MATCH FOR THE FORCES OF NATURE!