damn, accidently posted before finishing..
- preferably not-so-known and with a darker tone?
shameless bump, i need two more please
Once upon a time, there were brazilians. Do you know their history? They won 2 majors. Do you know their history? They kept declining and losing. Do you know their history? They were formed a mob to kill an American child. Do you know their history? They were proven cheaters themselves shortly after. Do you know their history? They lost to the #88 team. Do you know their history? Theyre torn apart and in the dumpster now. But do you know their history???
There was folktale around 60s in my region that there is haunted car that is devouring young women. Turned out it was casual mass murderer (althought quite lethal with 21 frags). Not as good as Chikatilo but in half his time.
1- Giant, albino and voracious rats on the four underground floors (although there is only one level, in fact) of the Mafra Convent, fed with corpses of dogs, cats and cows by the military of the Practical Infantry School so that they do not invade the streets.
2 - Teenagers who are caught in Chinese stores, nightclubs or children in large stores and then are found with a scar would have been kidnapped for organ trafficking.
3 - The Chinese do not die in Portugal. And it is suggested that the bodies are dismembered for the chop suey plates or hidden so that the documents can be used by illegal immigrants.
4 - An influential politician, affectionately nicknamed Catherine Deneuve, was walking in Edward VII Park, an area of prostitution and pedophilia. The news always ran among the media and appeared for the first time in the French newspaper Le Point, in 2003, about the Casa Pia case. Nothing was found out by the prosecutor's office.
5 - Actor Diogo Infante had an affair with José Sócrates. He appeared strangely in Brazil, through a social chronicler and in the middle of the electoral campaign of 2005. The rumor, launched with perverse motives, had an opposite effect: Socrates would conquer the absolute majority.
Tales about Kolobok, Baba Yaga