Tales of black eyed jack

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"'Black Jack is the masther,' sez Kiss, dealin'. 'Black Jack, sorr, I shud expaytiate to you, is the Ace av Shpades which from time immimorial has been intimately connect wid battle, murdher an' suddin death. "Wanst Kiss dealt an' there was no sign, but the men was whoite wid the workin's av their sowls.

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Spooky Virginia: From Spooky Series at Americanfolklore.net Tales of Hauntings, Strange Happenings and Other Local Lore retold by S.E. Schlosser As if he sensed my thoughts, Goggle-Eyed Jim turned his face toward the window. Encounters With Black-Eyed Kids | Mysterious Universe Tales of Black-Eyed Children began appearing on online forums in the late 1990s. I published my first article on Black-Eyed Kids in 2008 and since then I have seen reports of these entities go from rare to common.

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Black-eyed children (or Black-eyed kids) is an urban legend about strange kids with eyes that are completely black who accost people late at night and demand help. Some people believe they are evil creatures in disguise and others believe they are aliens. The Jack Tales - Google Books

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Black Eyed Children (or Black Eyed Kids ) are a type of humanoid cryptid, urban legend or ghost story that has become very prominent ever since 1998 and the rise of internet culture - though the idea of sinister child-like specters dates back to prehistory. Tales of the Black-Eyed People - Blogger Tales of the Black-Eyed People I have my favorite UFO, esoteric/Fortean/cryptid stories, like Bigfoot-UFO accounts, Lizard Men tales, Mothman and MIBS. The glowing, talking raccoon that Dr. Kary Mullis encountered in 1983 is one of my favorite stories. The Jack Tales. Not just beanstalks. - Appalachian History