In Toledo, Ohio, three girlfriends decide to play with the American urban legend of "Bloody Mary", saying her name three times to a mirror. None of them dies, but the father of the host. Dean and Sam read the weird obituary in a newspaper and decide to investigate the corpse, and the coroner's assistant tells that the man died of internal bleed in the brain and also that both eyes blew. They contact the girls, and sooner they find that Bloody Mary is chasing people that had caused the death of some other person, and they try to find a way to stop her. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
The series creator, Eric Kripke, is from a small town in northwestern Ohio called Sylvania, a small suburb of Toledo. This is reflected in many episodes. For example, in the Pilot, the Woman in White was always seen on Centennial Road. Centennial is one of the longest and most well-known roads in Sylvania. The episode Bloody Mary takes place in Toledo. Not only that, but many of their cases take them to small towns any Ohioan would know, like Athens (historically one of the most haunted cities in the country). Centennial isn't the only street to pop up, either. Monroe, Lagrange, and many other street names in Toledo often pop up in episodes. You can even see the trend continue into Kripke's new show Revolution where the main characters are seen to be living in the neighborhood of Sylvania Heights. See more
(at around 21 mins) The reflection of Charlie in the glass is wrong. The reflection is of her right side, it should be of her left, the side that actually faces the glass. See more
The Bloody Mary legend. Dad ever find any evidence that it was a real thing?
Not that I know of.
I mean, everywhere else, all over the country, kids play Bloody Mary, and as far as we know, nobody dies from it.
Well, maybe everywhere it's just a story, but here it's actually happening.
The place where the legend began?
[Dean nods, opens the medicine cabinet
But according to the legend, the person who says...
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References 1 Night in Paris
Laugh, I Nearly Died
Performed by The Rolling Stones See more