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    • This is inaccurate, as someone from the midwest I know that it is not a monster betwixt the corn, it is several in every cornfield, like at least 12
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    • Wyoming: nothing because we dont exist. Or do we?
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    • Alaska resident here. We’d be a rapist/sasquatch/murder mystery because seriously there’s more pedos and schizos off their meds than there are needles on the spruce trees, you just don’t talk to your neighbor unless you wanna die or need to borrow an axe to chop up more prostitu- er i mean firewood.
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    • Oh floridians do keep secrets, and they are things mankind was not meant to know
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    • Wouldn't it be fun to have a video game with five towns like this where you have to solve all the mysteries using peices from other towns? Bonus points for a vintage soundtrack and lots of desserted highway driving to get between towns.
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    • South: Boo Radley. And also that Florida shit is true because my neighbor recently got arrested for slaughtering lost animals in his house
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    • Small town in Illinois, I can 100% confirm the presence of an ancient cult that rules the local government.
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    • There’s was this family down the road that my parents said to never go in their yards EVER, the rumor was that they caught dogs and cats that wondered in their yards and ate them. One day the roof collapsed in but when police got there everyone inside had been dead for 5+ years.
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    • Those who are smart don’t wander off the paths of Pennsylvanian Appalachian mountains, lest they be caught by the ones who made their own paths
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    • Florida- everyone living in fear of the legendary Florida man
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    • As a Floridian, I immediately looked for Southeast, but couldnt find it. Then I noticed Florida had its own category and I feel thats more appropriate.
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    • I guess the southeast dont exist lol
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    • Well I'm from Alaska and Florida, chart seems legit.
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    • The corn monsters are actually really nice if you say hello.
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    • We may or may not be housing Cthulhu over in New England
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    • I'm not sure where the fear of cornfields at night came from, but its prevalent. We would mess around in corn fields in the daytime no problem, but walking into a corn field at night is some spooky shit.
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    • Missouri: The state itself is the entryway to Satans rectum.
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    • There is a legit masonic cult that meets at a weird building in the tiny bumfuck nowhere town I'm in and everyone just ignores it
      Liefien 6 aug
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    • Arizona: Navajo's version of the boogieman
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    • Actually in Midwest towns our secret is that despite looking friendly we actually have rampant heroin problems
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    • Florida is what all the others are afraid of. I'm just saying, jason vorhees would probably shit himself at the sight of 1 cracked out florida man
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    • California: combustion every 5 seconds
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    • Southeast be so fucked they dont even mention it
      DERPWND 10 aug
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    • Y'all sleeping on Hawaii though, but that shit is actually pretty terrifying.
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    • South: nah you’ve already seen honey boo boo
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    • Texas: gun
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    • Here in the midwest we also have skin-walkers to worry about.
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    • Dude, Florida is just a ton of those things. There’s too many fucked up secrets to count.
      Amethyst 7 aug
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    • As a Floridian, I agree.
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    • Florida were all low key crack heads
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    • I live in Florida can confirm
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    • I live in the Great Lakes area and I can tell you we got Wendigos for days up here
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    • What about the rocky mountian range?
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    • In Idaho we have an area where the first nuclear power plant to provide power for a town was built, but there’s a large area around it where if you drive too close or go in the area, you’ll be escorted out
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    • As someone in the midwest, it's not just corn, there's tiny demons in the noons too. Gotta watch out for those fuckers; they get your feet.
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    • I live in Michigan and will not walk through corn fields alone
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    • The cult thing was confirmed by a Reddit user who tracked his sister to our home town. Apparently we have a local cult that uses the public library from time to time
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    • No matter who you are, midwestern woods at night are terrifying
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    • Wyoming: Wyoming
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    • Puerto Rico, Despacito 2
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    • Is Utah midwest? We have the scariest monsters out of all of them. we call them Mormons.
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    • Missouri: has Kansas City
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    • Actually the Southwest has a some pretty freaky cults/ violent devil worshippers
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    • Ohio: Ohio.
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    • Southeast-yur great grandpaps bbq recipe
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    • For large parts of the east coast it could be an ancient native american burial site.
      Fleurix 6 aug
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    • Makes sense then why Life is Strange is set in Oregon then...
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    • Theres children in the corn praying to a monster
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    • Ohio: Abandoned planes, cursed to fly for eternity
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    • Iowa: C O R N
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    • Don't give Stephen King more ideas
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    • In iowa there was this girl from pella who left to go to Indiana and her car was found abandoned on the border. She hasn't been found for 11 years i think.
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    • I live in florida and thats true we really tell everyone everything nobody cares here
      Lemons_ 6 aug
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    • Arizona - A l i e n s
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    • Oh we 100% have cults over here in the northeast
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    • California: we're just on fire
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    • Pennsylvania: you want a curse? You want to be haunted? Possessed? Follow me to the back woods and you'll never be alone again.
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    • I am so glad there is Floridian representation
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    • Texas we have a ghost that eats vegans
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    • In Montana we've got creepy shit in the forests, it's great
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    • Wisconsin: those aren’t actually cows
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    • FUCKING FINALLY SOMEONE ADDS ALASKA
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    • as the days become shorter the seasons shift to winter, meaning whatever is buried under the ice in Alaska would go farther down, not come up
      crooper 6 aug
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    • Minnesota: If we have an accent or not
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    • Let’s get real northwest is hiding Bigfoot
      Magicae 6 aug
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    • As a Floridian I can deny that last one, everyone tries to keep their shit covered up, but they're just so stupid that they can't.
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    • As someone from the Midwest I can tell you with 100% certainty that in the woods there are things that shouldn't be.
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    • No horror stories in California because the rent is scary enough
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    • In florida, you gotta look for the normal person. They are the horrible secret
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    • As someone from the Pacific Northwest I can tell you with confidence that it's probably a gunfight that ended with 50 dead over a still or cattle
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    • Yeah up here in Alaska, we try to to think about that...thing. We just ignore it...even when our young go missing.....
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    • But I live in the south and we get the creepy murders. Usually the pregnant girlfriend shot in the head and burned in a car.
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    • Oregon: the creatures in the woods
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    • I'm northeast I can confirm.
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    • Arizona- An old Floridan man
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    • Yo dont fucking mention the cult.
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    • Montana, we have bears
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    • No cult in the northeast none at all trust us I mean me trust me
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    • North East is definitely referencing cthulu
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    • I'm hiding a Skinwalker
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    • In Alaska, the shortest days are in the winter and ice doesn’t melt in the winter. When the days are long and the rain falls, that’s when you find mastodon and wooly rhino bones.
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    • Fun fact: Florida will kick all other states asses in dark shit, we got the skunk monster, the lake clinch monster, St. Augustine monster, and herpes infected monkeys, but beside that it pretty nice in the Tampa and Orlando areas (DONT FOR ANY REASON GO TO MIAMI)
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    • South east, old house in middle of woods
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    • Down here in tennessee, there was literally an incestuous family everyone knew about that we call the Crockett County Crawlers. Most of them had a spine disorder and couldnt walk so they had to crawl everywhere. Many people dont believe me when i talk about it. Most of them have died now though
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    • Southeast?
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    • Exept we don't have corn until you go a state or to down. It's just forest and a lot of small towns. The travel channel actually is coming to my town for one of those ghost hunting shows.
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    • South: kkk meet ups
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    • UK: Voldemort
      Khiobi 7 aug
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    • Really dont see the word betwixt enough.
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    • Midwest gang, Wisconsin gang
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    • *deep south. Represent us correctly please
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    • I live in the Midwest and we have an unsolved murder. Cause everyone hated the guy, he was shot in broad daylight by a shotgun, by multiple people, and everyone in town owned a shotgun, and no ones gonna rat anyone out
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    • In Palmer Alaska we have satanic stuff down som hidden tunnels that’s under the city then we have whole family disappear I believe
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    • As a SW Missourian they only thing scary we have down here is a haunted albino farm.
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    • Southeast??
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    • Creatures of the faye walk among us, day and night. However there are still a few of us left that remember why we once feared the dark...
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    • Midwest theres much more than just in the corn
      Tsar_Ban 7 aug
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    • Wrong Florida: Florida-man
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    • There is some freaky shit in south carolina, ive seen a roadsign but it had old paint on it and it was a triangle with an eye in it. Im really not lying this is serious
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    • Florida is not a part of the south. Change my mind
      axmv1675 6 aug
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