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  • Once again you find yourself sitting  in front of the campfire with friends.  

    你又一次發現自己和朋友坐在篝火前。

  • You told yourself that after the sleepless nights  from your last encounter with urban legends,  

    你在上一次遭遇都市傳說的不眠之夜後告訴自己。

  • you would be sure to steer clear of any more scary  stories. Everything is going according to plan,  

    你一定會避開任何更可怕的故事。一切都在按計劃進行。

  • you've been roasting marshmallows and eating  s'mores all night long without a scary story  

    你一直在烤棉花糖和吃s'mores整夜沒有一個可怕的故事。

  • in sight. Then suddenly the person next to  you does the unthinkable. “Let's tell some  

    的視線中。然後突然旁邊的人做了一個匪夷所思的事情。"讓我們告訴一些

  • more urban legends!” they exclaim. You try  to interject, but another friend breaks in,  

    更多的都市傳說!"他們驚呼。你想插話,但另一個朋友闖了進來。

  • And let's make them even scarier  than last time! I'll start.”

    "而且我們要讓他們比上次更可怕!我開始吧。"

  • Last time we talked about Bloody Mary,” says your  friend. “But have you all heard of the Candyman?”  

    "上次我們談到了血腥瑪麗,"你的朋友說。"但你們都聽說過Candyman?"

  • The Candyman legend goes back all the way to  the 1800's. A black man was haneously killed for  

    Candyman的傳說可以追溯到19世紀的所有方式。一個黑人被當場殺死

  • impregnating his white lover. Years later a group  of kids was playing around an abandoned building.  

    讓他的白人情人懷孕。幾年後,一群孩子在一棟廢棄的建築周圍玩耍。

  • It was run down, with graffiti all over the wallsand decaying garbage in the hallways. The kids  

    這裡很破舊,牆上到處都是塗鴉,走廊裡還有腐爛的垃圾。孩子們

  • made their way into one of the apartments; all  the windows had been covered with newspaper so  

    他們走進了其中一間公寓;所有的窗戶都被報紙遮住了,所以,他們的眼睛都被遮住了。

  • it was almost completely dark. The kids went  into the bathroom and looked at the mirror.

    天幾乎完全黑了。孩子們進了衛生間,看著鏡子。

  • Bet you won't say his name five times,”  says one of the children. “Don't do it,”  

    "打賭你不會把他的名字說五遍。"一個孩子說。"不要這樣做,"

  • says another. But the third child looks  directly into the mirror and says,  

    另一個孩子說。但第三個孩子直接對著鏡子說。

  • Candyman, Candyman, Candyman, CandymanCandyman…” On the fifth saying of the name,  

    "糖果,糖果,糖果,糖果,糖果,糖果..."關於第五個名號的說法。

  • the undead corpse of the black man who was  murdered in the 1800's comes crashing out  

    19世紀被謀殺的黑人的不死之身轟然倒地。

  • of the mirror. He has a hook for a hand and  bees swarming around him. The kids all run,  

    的鏡子。他以鉤為手,蜜蜂圍著他轉。孩子們都跑了。

  • but the one who said his name is snatched  by the hook and murdered by the Candyman.

    但誰說他的名字是搶由鉤和謀殺的糖果。

  • Oh man, you think. Now I won't be able to look  into a mirror for a while. “That was pretty good,”  

    哦,天啊,你想。現在我有一段時間不能照鏡子了。"那是相當不錯的,"

  • one of your friends says. “But listen  to how terrifying this urban legend is.”

    你的一個朋友說,"但聽聽這個城市傳說有多可怕"

  • This is the legend of the Bunny Man. His name  might sound cute at first, but the legend is  

    這就是兔子人的傳說。他的名字乍聽起來很可愛,但這個傳說是什麼?

  • anything but. There once was an escaped mental  patient who roamed the woods. He broke out of  

    但什麼都不是。曾經有一個逃出來的精神病人在樹林裡遊蕩。他闖出了

  • an asylum, but was never caught by the police. All  the authorities could turn up were the corpses of  

    庇護所,但從未被警方抓獲。當局所能找到的,只是一具具的屍體。

  • brutally murdered bunny rabbits. They knew it must  be the escaped patient, but he kept eluding them.  

    殘忍地殺害了兔子。他們知道一定是那個逃跑的病人,但他一直在躲避他們。

  • He was given the nameBunny Manfor his affinity  for killing the furry creatures in terrible ways.

    因為他喜歡用可怕的方式殺死毛茸茸的生物,所以被賦予了 "兔子人 "的名字。

  • Eventually the Bunny Man started  getting even more gruesome. People  

    最後,兔子人開始變得更加可怕。人們

  • would walk through the forest on nature  hikes and come across an old bridge.  

    會在森林中自然徒步行走,遇到一座古橋。

  • Hanging from the bridge were the mutilated  bodies of bunnies. A group of kids was curious,  

    橋上掛著的是小兔子殘缺的屍體。一群孩子很好奇。

  • and wanted to see the bunnies that  were strung up under the bridge;  

    並想看看橋下串起的小兔子。

  • so late one night they snuck out into the woodsThey came across the bridge, and sure enough,  

    有一天深夜,他們偷偷溜進了樹林。 他們來到橋對面,果然。

  • there were bunnies hanging under it. Howeverwhen they looked on top of the bridge they saw  

    有小兔子掛在它下面。然而,當他們在橋頂上看時,他們看到的是

  • a man in a white suit, wearing bunny ears on top  of his head. The children shrieked in terror.

    一個穿著白色西裝的男人,頭頂戴著兔子耳朵。孩子們嚇得尖叫起來。

  • The next night a search party was sent  out to try and locate the children who  

    第二天晚上,一個搜索隊被派出去,試圖找到那些孩子們。

  • had never returned home. The party came to the  bridge where the bunnies were normally hanging,  

    一直沒有回家。一行人來到了平時掛著小兔子的橋上。

  • except this time it wasn't just rabbits

    除了這次不只是兔子... ...

  • That's awful!” you cry. “We're in the woodsand we definitely crossed under some bridges to  

    "太可怕了!"你哭了。"我們在樹林裡,我們肯定要從一些橋下穿過,以

  • get here.” Your friends laugh because they  think you're joking, but you're not. “I've  

    到這裡來。"你的朋友們笑了,因為他們認為你在開玩笑,但你沒有。"我已經

  • got a good one!” declares another member of  your group. “This one's called The Beijing  

    得到了一個好的!"你們組的另一個成員宣佈。"這個叫《北京

  • Ghost Bus. After you hear it, you probably won't  want to ride public transportation for a while.”

    幽靈公交。聽完之後,你可能暫時不想坐公交了。"

  • It is late one dark and stormy night.  A bus driver is making his rounds.  

    在一個風雨交加的黑夜,天色已晚。 一位公車司機正在巡視。

  • Around midnight the bus driver spots three men  flagging him down. He is hesitant to pick them  

    午夜時分,公車司機發現有三個人舉著旗子向他走來。他猶豫著要不要接他們

  • up because they are not at a bus stop, but he  figures that since the weather is so terrible,  

    了,因為他們不是在公交車站,但他認為,既然天氣如此糟糕。

  • he'll give them a break. The three men enter the  bus without a word and head to the back. The bus  

    他要讓他們休息一下。三個人一言不發地進入公車,往後面走去。公車

  • driver notices they are dressed in clothing  that looks like it's from a hundred years ago.  

    司機注意到他們穿的衣服像是一百年前的。

  • The men are very pale, but the bus driver just  assumes the men are actors from some show.

    這些人的臉色非常蒼白,但公車司機只以為這些人是某個節目的演員。

  • The other passengers on the bus slowly  disembark at the next few stops until  

    其他乘客在接下來的幾個站點慢慢下車,直到

  • only a handful of people remain. The three oddly  dressed men are standing in the back of the bus.  

    只剩下寥寥數人。三名衣著古怪的男子站在大巴車的後面。

  • Someone pulls the cord to signal they  will be getting off at the next station.  

    有人拉線示意他們將在下一站下車。

  • The driver pulls up, and the bus hisses to  a stop. The man who pulled the cord hurries  

    司機把車停了下來,公車嘶鳴著停了下來。拉線的人急忙

  • off the bus. Once on the sidewalk he turns  around with a frightened look on his face.  

    下了公車。一上人行道,他就一臉驚恐地轉過身來。

  • Those men in the back of the bus are  floating above the floor,” he says.

    "公車後面的那些人都漂浮在地板之上。"他說。

  • The bus driver gives him an odd look and  closes the door in the crazy man's face.  

    公車司機奇怪地看了他一眼,當著瘋子的面關上了車門。

  • The bus drives off with only the driver  and three floating passengers in it.  

    大巴車開走了,車上只有司機和三個漂浮的乘客。

  • That was the last time anyone ever  saw the bus or the bus driver.

    那是最後一次有人看到公車和公交司機。

  • Ghosts on a bus!” you shout. What will  they think of next, serpents on a jet?  

    "公車上的鬼魂!"你喊道。他們接下來會想到什麼,飛機上的蛇?

  • Everyone laughs and you shake your  head. “I think that's enough scary  

    大家都笑了,你搖搖頭。"我想這已經夠嚇人了

  • stories for tonight,” you say. But one of  your friends stands up. “Wait! I am about  

    今晚的故事,"你說。但你的一個朋友站了起來。"等等,我正準備

  • to tell you the most eerie urban legend of  alland it involves a vintage video game.”

    告訴你最詭異的城市傳奇... 它涉及到一個老式電子遊戲。"

  • Back in the 80's people would flock to arcades  to get their fill of coin operated video games.  

    80年代的時候,人們會湧向商場,盡情享受投幣式電子遊戲的樂趣。

  • One game in particular was addictive, but had  an ominous side to it. The game was called  

    有一款遊戲特別容易上癮,但也有不祥的一面。這個遊戲叫做

  • Polybius. Whenever someone would drop a coin  into the game, and begin playing, they would  

    波利比烏斯。每當有人在遊戲中投下一枚硬幣並開始遊戲時,他們就會...

  • feel disoriented. But this feeling eventually  passed, and the person would continue on.

    感到無所適從。但這種感覺最終還是會過去,人也會繼續走下去。

  • They would become addicted; always thinking about  Polybius, always wanting to go another round on  

    他們會上癮;總想著波利比烏斯,總想再上一圈。

  • the video game. Sometimes men in all black suits  would come in and open up the Polybius cabinet,  

    的電子遊戲。有時會有穿著一身黑色西裝的男人進來,打開波利比烏斯櫃。

  • as if they were extracting some kind of  information from it. Then they would close  

    彷彿他們正在從中提取某種資訊。然後他們會關閉

  • the cabinet up and let the line of eager  players back at the game. Then something  

    櫃子了,讓一排熱心的玩家回到遊戲中。然後

  • even more strange began to happen. The people  who played the game started to get amnesia.  

    更奇怪的事情開始發生。玩遊戲的人開始得了失憶症。

  • They couldn't remember who they were, or where  they were from, only that they wanted to play  

    他們不記得自己是誰,也不記得自己從哪裡來,只記得他們想玩耍。

  • Polybius. This odd behavior would culminate  in the unexplained death of the player.

    波利比烏斯。這種奇怪的行為會最終導致玩家無故死亡。

  • When this happened the Polybius video  game would disappear, but only for a time.  

    當這種情況發生時,波利比烏斯電子遊戲將消失,但只是一段時間。

  • Eventually the all black cabinet  would reappear in another arcade,  

    最終,全黑色的櫃子會再次出現在另一個商場裡。

  • somewhere far away where the legend of the  Polybius video game had not yet been heard.

    在某個遙遠的地方,波利比烏斯電子遊戲的傳說還沒有聽說過。

  • Well thanks a lot, now I'm afraid  to play my own video games,”  

    "嗯,多謝了,現在我都不敢玩自己的電子遊戲了"。

  • you say as the fire flickers and cast shadows  onto the forest trees around you. One of your  

    你說,火光閃爍,將陰影投射到你周圍的森林樹木上。你的一個

  • friends rubs his hands together. “You've all  heard of the genie in the magic lamp right?  

    朋友們搓著手。"你們都聽說過魔燈裡的精靈吧?

  • But do you know the urban legend of the jinnwhich is what the genie is based off of?” You look  

    但你知道都市傳說中的精靈,也就是精靈的基礎嗎?"你看

  • at your friend. “You're not going to ruin Aladdin  for me are you?” you ask. Your friend just smiles.

    在你的朋友。"你不會為我毀掉阿拉丁吧?"你問。你的朋友只是笑了笑。

  • Deep in the Arabian desert a man has lost his wayHe runs out of water, and is severely dehydrated.  

    在阿拉伯沙漠深處,一個人迷失了方向。 他沒有水了,嚴重脫水。

  • The man collapses from exhaustion and falls  face first into the sand. He manages to pick  

    該男子因疲憊不堪而倒下,臉朝下倒在沙地裡。他設法撿起

  • his head up to look around. In front of him stands  a beautiful woman. She holds a jug full of water.  

    他抬起頭環顧四周。在他面前站著一個美麗的女人。她手裡拿著一個裝滿水的壺。

  • The man scrambles to his feet and takes the water  from her. He drinks until he almost throws up.

    男人慌忙站起來,從她手中接過水。他喝到幾乎要吐了。

  • How can I ever repay you?” asks the man. The  woman removes her face covering to reveal a mouth  

    "我怎麼報答你?"男人問。女人摘下臉上的遮羞布,露出一張嘴。

  • full of serrated teeth. She contorts her body, and  changes from a beautiful woman into a terrifying  

    滿是鋸齒的牙齒。她扭曲著身體,從一個美麗的女人變成了一個可怕的人。

  • monster, with horns coming out of its head and  smoke filling the space around it. The man screams  

    怪物,頭上長出了角,周圍的空間充滿了煙霧。那人尖叫著

  • and pleads for mercy. The jinn opens its gaping  maw and consumes the man whole. Then it transforms  

    並懇求憐憫。晉打開它的裂口大口 和消耗的人整個。然後,它轉變

  • back into the beautiful woman, and waits for  the next unsuspecting victim to cross its path.

    回到美麗的女人身上,並等待下一個毫無戒備的受害者穿過它的路徑。

  • You shudder at the thought of the friendly genie  from the Disney films being a man eating monster.  

    一想到迪士尼電影裡那個友好的精靈是個吃人的怪物,你就不寒而慄。

  • Don't be such a scaredy cat,' one of your other  

    "別這麼膽小,"你的另一個人

  • friends says. “Besides if you think that  was bad, wait until you hear this one.”

    朋友說。"另外,如果你覺得這很糟糕,等你聽到這個就知道了。"

  • Everyone has nightmares about something under  the bed. But The Body Under the Bed legend is  

    每個人都會做噩夢,夢見床下有東西。但《床下之屍》的傳說是

  • said to be true. It goes like this. One night  a couple is on vacation. They are having the  

    說是真的。事情是這樣的。一天晚上,一對夫婦在度假。他們正在進行

  • time of their life and fall asleep afterlong day of fun activities. In the middle  

    他們一生中最美好的時光,在經歷了一整天的有趣活動後,他們就睡著了。在中

  • of the night they are awoken by a horrible  smell. It reeks as if something, or someone,  

    夜裡,他們被一股可怕的氣味驚醒。好像有什麼東西或什麼人在散發著惡臭。 It reeks as if something, or someone,

  • has died in the room. They try to sleep  through it, but can't get past the smell.

    已經死在房間裡。他們試圖睡過去,但卻無法擺脫這種氣味。

  • The couple calls down to the lobby  and informs the concierge of the odor.  

    夫妻倆打電話到大廳,告知門房有異味。

  • The hotel staff come up to the room and  check everywhere for the source of the smell,  

    酒店工作人員來到房間,到處檢查氣味的來源。

  • but they can't find it. The hotel is  completely booked, so they do a quick  

    但他們找不到。酒店已經全部訂滿了,所以他們做了一個快速。

  • cleaning of the room and spray air freshenerThe smell seems to have subsided for now.

    房間的清潔和噴灑空氣清新劑。 目前氣味似乎已經消退了。

  • The next day the hotel crew takes apart the  room looking for the source of the smell.  

    第二天,酒店工作人員將房間拆開,尋找氣味的來源。

  • They clean under the bed and all around  the hotel room. The smell still lingers.  

    他們打掃床下和酒店房間的所有地方。味道還是揮之不去。

  • The hotel crew takes the mattress off of  the bed and unzips the mattress cover.  

    酒店工作人員把床墊從床上拿下來,打開床墊套。

  • They slide the cover off to unveildead body within the mattress cover.  

    他們滑開蓋子,揭開床墊蓋內的一具屍體。

  • The couple had been sleeping on top  of the dead body the entire night.

    夫妻倆整晚都睡在屍體上。

  • That's gross,” says everyone around  the campfire. “Oh I'm not done yet,  

    "真噁心。"篝火旁的人都說。"哦,我還沒說完呢。

  • says the storyteller. Things are  about to get so much grosser.”

    講故事的人說。事情即將變得如此嚴重。"

  • This one is called The Licked Hand. One  night a young girl awakens to the sound  

    這個叫《被舔的手》。一天晚上,一個少女被聲音驚醒了

  • of dripping water. It is the first time her  parents have left her all alone at night,  

    的滴水不漏。這是她父母第一次把她一個人留在晚上。

  • while they enjoy a weekend away. Howeverthe girl has her faithful dog to protect her.

    當他們享受週末假期的時候。然而,女孩有她忠實的狗來保護她。

  • The night is cloudy. The wind howls. From the  bathroom down the hall the little girl hears  

    夜晚,雲霧繚繞。風在咆哮。從浴室到大廳,小女孩聽到了。

  • a dripping noise. It sounds like the sink hasn't  been turned off all the way. She cautiously gets  

    滴水聲。聽起來像是水槽還沒有全部關閉。她小心翼翼地得到

  • out of bed and makes her way to the bathroom  with the dog by her side. She enters and is  

    下床後,她帶著身邊的狗去衛生間。她進入,是

  • startled by something moving. She slams her  hand against the light switch on the wall,  

    被動的東西嚇了一跳。她用手撞了撞牆上的電燈開關。

  • and when the light comes on, she laughs at  herself. It was only her reflection in the mirror.

    當燈亮起時,她嘲笑自己。那只是她在鏡子裡的倒影。

  • The girl checks the faucet, but it's not drippingShe shrugs, turns off the light, and heads back to  

    女孩檢查了一下水龍頭,但沒有滴水。 她聳了聳肩,關了燈,然後回到了

  • her room. The girl climbs into bed and tries  to fall back asleep, but the dripping sound  

    她的房間。女孩爬到床上,試圖重新入睡,但滴滴答答的聲音

  • continues. She curls up under the covers and  slowly drifts off. The girl is awakened later  

    繼續。她蜷縮在被子裡,慢慢地昏昏欲睡。女孩後來被喚醒

  • that night by a nightmare. She reaches down to pet  her faithful dog who licks her hand reassuringly.  

    當晚被一場噩夢折磨得死去活來。她伸手去撫摸她忠實的狗狗,狗狗安心地舔著她的手。

  • The dripping sound seems to have gotten louderThe girl squeezes her eyes shut and wills the sun  

    滴水聲似乎更響了。 女孩緊閉雙眼,意志陽光。

  • to rise. Eventually, due to the intermittent licks  of her trustworthy dog, she falls back asleep.

    以起身。最終,由於她那隻值得信賴的狗斷斷續續的舔舐,她又睡著了。

  • In the morning the girl wakes up and decides  to do a more thorough sweep of the house.  

    早上女孩醒來後,決定對家裡進行一次更徹底的大掃除。

  • She steps out of bed and notices her dog  isn't there anymore. She calls for him,  

    她走下床,發現她的狗不在那裡了。她叫他。

  • but the dog doesn't come. The girl walks down  the hall to the bathroom. The door is shut.  

    但狗沒有來。女孩走到大廳裡的浴室。門是關著的。

  • She turns the handle and slowly opens it. When  she turns on the light she screeches in horror.  

    她轉動把手,慢慢打開它。當她打開燈時,她嚇得尖叫起來。

  • In the bathtub lies the remains of her mutilated  dog. It has been slaughtered during the night.  

    浴缸裡躺著她那隻殘缺不全的狗的遺體。它是在晚上被宰殺的。

  • On the bathroom wall, written in bloodare the words: “humans can lick hands too.”

    在浴室的牆上,用血寫著這樣一句話:"人類也會舔手"。"人類也會舔手"

  • What is wrong with you people?” you shout.  “I'm never going to be able to sleep again.”  

    "你們這些人是怎麼了?"你喊道。 "我再也睡不著了。"

  • Everyone laughs and reassures you that  they are just urban legends, and none of  

    每個人都笑著安慰你說,他們只是都市傳說,沒有一個是

  • it is real. But you can't help but feel that  all urban legends originated from somewhere.  

    它是真實存在的。但你不禁會覺得,所有的都市傳說都源於某個地方。

  • You know that behind every  legend, there is a hint of truth.

    你知道,每一個傳說的背後,都有一絲真相。

  • Now check outScary Urban Legends That  Will Keep You Up At Night.” Or watch  

    現在看看 "讓你夜不能寐的恐怖都市傳說"。或觀看

  • Terrifying Urban Legends  That Turned Out To Be Real.”

    "可怕的城市傳說,原來是真的。"

Once again you find yourself sitting  in front of the campfire with friends.  

你又一次發現自己和朋友坐在篝火前。

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恐怖的都市傳說,會把你嚇壞。 (Scary Urban Legends That Will Freak You Out)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 02 月 24 日
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