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Urban Legends #1

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Somewhere near Muskego, Wisconsin is said to be a band of dwarves deep in the woods, who have their own little village built to scale and who are said to be very unfriendly to outsiders.

The story tells of a sadistic circus owner who was killed by his badly treated dwarves and hung up in the woods after severing his arms and legs. The same fate awaits any trespassers to Haunchyville.

They are supposedly protected by an unknown, shotgun-wielding albino who befriended them as a young child.

This is probably just a legend.

But it is a little frightening.

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    Neville Hunt about 2 months ago

    I plan to avoid Muskego from now on! Thanks for the heads up Christopher.

    Incidentally, on an entirely separate topic, Michael McKean’s pronunciation of the word ‘Wisconsin’ is the only giveaway that he’s not a Brit in the film This is Spinal Tap. The rest of his, and Christopher Guest’s, (London) English pronunciation is faultless! Harry Shearer is almost (but not quite to a super-critical English ear) faultless too.

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    Christopher about 2 months ago

    "..the problem may have been that there was a Stonehenge monument on the stage that was in danger of being crushed...by a dwarf!"

    Hard to believe that was the same guy who played Lenny on Laverne & Shirley (I'm assuming you had that show over there). He was certainly convincing to an American ear.

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    Jamie Clapperton about 2 months ago

    So what is this Christopher revenge? I give you nightmares about anthropomorphic trees, you give me nightmares about vengeful dwarves,?

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    Jamie Clapperton about 2 months ago

    😉 😁

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    Christopher about 2 months ago

    Haha! Makes you look at Snow White a little differently, doesn't it?

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    Jamie Clapperton about 2 months ago

    Certainly does. 😁

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