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Creepy Japanese Urban Legends By SchoolRainbow Characters: 3478

Updated: 2017-12-19 18:24


This Japanese urban legend is about a cursed phrase. It is said that you remember the story behind the phrase by the time you are 20 years old, you are destined to die on your birthday. Remembering the phrase does not affect people who are over 20, but only the people below the age.

And what is the phrase?"Purple Mirror."

It doesn"t seem like a lot, and it doesn"t seem creepy at all, either. But the reason that this phrase is supposedly cursed is from the story that goes along with it. Here is the story of a girl and her purple mirror:

Years ago, there was a Japanese girl who was very vain, and spent all of her time staring at her reflection in a mirror. She was always obsessed with her looks and had a very narcissistic personality, but there was another reason she"d always look deep into the mirror. It had been given to her as a present by her mother, and she cherished it more than anything. In fact, the mirror was her most prized possession.

The girl was so desperate to be beautiful that she soon developed anorexi

o causes of their deaths were ever found, but each case had something similar found. Scattered around all of their rooms were shards of purple glass. As the investigation of the deaths closed, the friends of the people who died admitted that they all heard of the "Purple Mirror" story, and that the people who died knew of the story as well.

Ever since that day, the phrase "Purple Mirror" was said to be cursed, and it is believed that anybody who remembers this until their 20th birthday will die. It is said that you should try to get the concept out of your head as soon as possible, and not to remember the girl with the purple mirror.

Or else your 20th birthday may be your last.

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