3. You went to a sleepover and played Bloody Mary.
Some say the game is based off of Queen Mary I, who’s historically known as “Bloody Mary,” while others have suggested that the ritual started as a way for women to see their future husband’s face in a mirror.
Either way, it’s still terrifying.
4. You also practiced some witchcraft with light as a feather, stiff as a board.
If you didn’t play this game at a sleepover, chances are you saw it in the movie The Craft. But it started out in London during the 17th century plague, when children chanted the words as a superstitious way to fend off disease.
6. Or you happened to catch the intro to Unsolved Mysteries.
- Nearly 70,000 people convicted of felonies but now on probation or parole are suing Louisiana for the right to vote.
- Attorney General Loretta Lynch said she'll accept FBI recommendations in the investigation of Hillary Clinton's private email servers.
- A federal judge halted Mississippi's anti-LGBT religious exemption law moments before it was set to go into effect.