Urban Legends: The Truth Behind All Those Deliciously Entertaining Myths that are Absolutely, Positively, 100% Not True!

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Career Press, 1999 - Social Science - 287 pages
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Recounts dozens of stories that have become part of contemporary folklore even though they have no basis in fact, and reveals the truth behind each legend.

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History Is Myth....Or....?: In this book there are many of those Urban Legends that we've heard of that have been circulating since we can remember. And, there are also many tales that we haven't ... Read full review



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Richard Roeper is a columnist for the "Chicago Sun-Times "and the co-host of "Ebert & Roeper. "He is the author of "Sox and the City, Schlock Value, Ten Sure Signs a Movie Character Is Doomed, Urban Legends, "and "Hollywood Urban Legends.

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