|Season 1, Episode 2122|
|Air date||May 714, 2011|
|Written by||Billy BrownDan Angel|
|Directed by||Peter DeLuise|
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In Season 1 of R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series, Scary Mary is the twenty-first and twenty-second episodes, as well as the two-part conclusion, of the series Scary Mary.
In Season 1 of R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series, Scary Mary is comprised of the twenty-first and twenty-second episodes, as well as the two-part conclusion.
Part 1 of 2 Hannah is an out-of-the-ordinary young lady who despises staring in the mirror and dislikes her own reflection. During a sleepover with several of her pals, she learns that they want to play a game called “Scary Mary,” which they have never played before. When she complains that she doesn’t know how to play, they tell her the following story: once upon a time, there was a girl named Mary who was infatuated with her appearance. Her farmhouse caught fire one day, and she perished as a result of the flames.
- Afterwards, turn on the lights and take a peek in the mirror at the exact same moment.
- Hannah discovers a little hairbrush with the letter M written on it a few days later.
- When a friend phones her, her mother informs her that she has been grounded.
- She is putting on her make-up and combing her hair with the M brush that she recently discovered.
- When Hannah’s mother discovers that something is wrong, she finds nothing in Hannah’s room.
- Part 2: While Hannah finds herself in Scary Mary’s world, she refuses to conform to the expectations of everyone else, who has surrendered their faces to Mary.
- In his search for Hannah, Hannah’s buddy Eric stumbles upon a Mary with her face on it and learns that it is not her.
- He discovers the real Hannah in a chest and then returns to the actual world by wading through a flood of Mary’s tears to get back to where he belongs.
- Eric is played by Jean-Luc Bilodeau
- Hannah is played by Eva Allan
- Amber is played by Karis Cameron
- Chiara Guzzo is Mary’s face 2
- Samantha is played by Brenna O’Brien
- Marla is played by Jody Thompson
- Tyler Johnston is played by Tyler
- Katherine Ramdeen is played by Katherine Ramdeen
- Rachel Roskella is Mary’s face 1
- Alexandra Kaczynski is Mary’s face 3
- Mary is played by Isis Wright
– It is played at the end credits.
- This song plays throughout the closing credits.
Tyler narrates the story of Scary Mary.
Hanna examines herself in the mirror. Eric and Hanna successfully return to their realm. Teresa Watson, a production designer, created this concept sketch. Teresa Watson, a production designer, has created another another concept sketch.
Scary Mary, Part 1 (R.L. Stine’s Haunting Hour, Season 1, Episode 21) Scary Mary Part 2 (R.L. Stine’s Haunting Hour, Season 1, Episode 22)
“Bloody Mary”: From the Bathroom to the Laboratory
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9 Chilling ‘Bloody Mary’ Stories Shared by People Foolish Enough To Play
In mythology, if you stand in front of a mirror in the dark and recite “Bloody Mary” three times, she will materialize before your eyes… We’ve all heard of the urban legend centered on the violent reign of Mary Tudor, or alternately, the legend of Mary Worththe child killer – but have you ever attempted it for yourself or someone else? For those of you who are feeling bold (or terribly dumb) and want to put the legend to the test, you might want to read these authentic testimonies from those who have actually participated in the game and survived to tell the tale.
1. Her Mouth Was Open Wide But There Was Dead Silence
The Bloody Mary Game was something I did twice. My friend and I had just finished watching Ghost Whisperer, and I wanted to scare the living daylights out of her. (I have a habit of scaring her.) My initial reflection in the mirror in my living room was a little depressing. Then he turned around three more times while repeating the words Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary. At first, I was a little concerned that she would actually arrive. I leaned in closer to the mirror and examined every angle to see if I could catch a glimpse of the ghost.
- So I walked into the bathroom, turned out the lights, and shut the door.
- “I don’t believe you should go through with it,” she added.
- I was terrified out of my mind, but I wanted to be the one to take the initiative.
- So I went through the motions of the same old ritual.
- Then, just as I was ready to flip the switch, I got a glimpse of someone in the distance.
- It was all black and white, and her mouth was hanging open in disbelief.
- Her eyes were completely black, and she was a vivid representation of herself.
- Then she raised her arms, and her hands were a vivid crimson color.
- My spine tingled as I noticed the hands reaching out to grip my shoulders and grabbing my neck.
- I shouted screaming murder, flipped on the light switch, and bolted out the front door to escape.
However, I am baffled as to why. I burst into tears because I was so terrified. My mother didn’t seem to mind that I had covered all of the mirrors in my house. And I’m still not going to use the restroom. I will never do it again because I have come to believe it too strongly… –Marisa
2. The Old Woman With Cuts On Her Face
A few of weeks ago, I participated in the Bloody Mary Game. The Ghost Whisperer was a movie that I and a friend had just watched, and I intended to scare the crap out of her. It’s not uncommon for me to scare her. My initial reflection in the mirror in my living room was a little disorienting. While shouting Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary, I turned around three times. I was a little concerned that she might actually show up. Looking even more closely at myself, I examined all of my surroundings to see if I could detect any presences of the paranormal.
- Consequently, I walked into the restroom and locked the door behind me.
- “I don’t believe you should go through with it,” she added.
- Even though I was terrified out of my mind, I was determined to be the courageous one in this situation.
- So I went through the motions of my previous routine.
- When I was going to turn on the light, I caught a glimpse of someone in the corner of my eye.
- Her face was a mixture of black and white, and her mouth was wide open.
I was expecting to hear someone scream, but all I heard was stillness.
Due of my inability to move, I simply remained there staring.
She had a few missing nails and a few more that were on the verge of being peeled.
My back was assaulted by a blast of ice-cold air!
In front of me, my companion had her lips open, and I held her tightly.
As a result of my fear, I burst into tears.
Also, I haven’t gone in there in months.
3. The Mirror Cracked
I was away at camp in the Pacific Northwest on an island named Anacortes, where I was spending the summer. In the dark, we could only see a few feet in front of us thanks to a little flashlight one of the girls had brought with her. There were six of us, and we were all laughing and running around. We eventually made it to the restroom, despite the fact that the females were starting to freak out on each other. The bathroom wasn’t much better than our cabin, and this girl Jessica came up with the brilliant idea of having a Bloody Mary party in there.
- Jessica turned off the lights and turned off the flashlight, so that the only light coming into the bathroom came from the lights of the other cabins, which was a welcome sight.
- We sat and waited.
- My friends and I were just ready to laugh it off when the mirror broke right in front of our faces for no apparent reason.
- For the first time in my life, I was truly afraid of anything.
- In the mirror, I caught a glimpse of something moving, like if someone was standing close behind me.
- My legs thawed and I was able to run.
As soon as we woke up the next morning, everyone was laughing and chatting as if we had just vanquished an enormous creature. However, anytime I think of that mirror shattering, I become a little frightened again. Creepy. –Anonymous
4. A Woman Was Looking Out Of The Mirror
On a Friday the 13th, a few years back, I was at a friend’s house across town when we started to chatting about Bloody Marys. We’d been reading about Bloody Marys on the internet, and myself and my buddies decided to give it a go that night after reading about it. Gail’s house was our destination for the night, and we were going to stay there with my friends Gail and Missy, who were also attending. Even if I had known beforehand what was going to happen to us that night, I would not have participated in what we did that night.
- At approximately 3 a.m., we went into the bathroom and used a match to light the candles that had been lit earlier in the night.
- In the restroom, there were three of us females, and we shouted Bloody Mary 13 times in quick succession.
- We all yelled, and I believe Gail was the one who switched on the light.
- She forced us to go to bed, but we remained up till the break of dawn.
- I can assure you that I, for one, will never drink another Bloody Mary in my life.
- I’ve heard horror stories about what happens to individuals when they see Bloody Mary, but fortunately for me and my companions, everything has turned out OK.
5. She Won’t Tell Us What Happened
My buddy attended a sleepover party where she was challenged to perform Bloody Mary, which involves going into the toilet, turning out the lights, lighting a candle, and saying “Bloody Mary” thirteen times before she appears. Nothing occurred for around 15 minutes. After that, we heard her cry and see her struggle to get out of the restroom with us. Even though the door was jammed, there was no lock on it. When we finally got her out of the car, she was sobbing and moaning like a lunatic. We inquired as to what had transpired.
There were a ton of them, like 20 scars!
When we questioned her about what transpired, she refused to tell us what she saw or what she witnessed.
6. A Bright Red Blob
My companion and I were in the mood for something different, so we decided to attempt the ‘Bloody Mary’ version that I had heard so many times before. We pulled up at a gas station with an outside restroom and inquired as to whether or not we may use it. We walked inside the room, switched out the lights, sprayed water on the mirror, and whirled around to get our bearings. We said “Bloody Mary” three times in a row. Then my companion turned away and flushed the toilet, as I stood there staring at the bathroom mirror.
I couldn’t stop looking in wonder.
When I finally got a glimpse of her face, it was covered in blood, just like the way I saw myself in the mirror. It was obvious that she had little fingernail-type scrapes all over her face as we wiped her up. –Lauren
7. Show Us A Sign That You’re Here
All of this occurred on Friday, the 13th of March, 2007. I, along with my pals, attempted to conjure up the Bloody Mary spirit. When we got to Bloody Mary, we sat in a circle with our knees touching and sang “Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary, please allow us to talk with Bloody Mary.” When the coin came up heads, we asked questions and flipped it again when the coin came up tails, and so on. Then we started asking YES or NO questions, and she responded no when we asked “please could you show us a sign that you’re here,” which was a nice touch.
- Before you break, you must say “please may we close the circle” repeatedly until the circle responds “yes.” We were receiving “no” responses all the time.
- We felt the roughness of long fingernails scraping over our backs and cheeks.
- My mother and father were out shopping, and my sister and I were the only ones left in the house.
- We became so terrified that I broke the circle, turned off the faucets, closed the curtains, and went into hiding.
- I have a sneaking suspicion that I am not alone.
8. Don’t Open That Portal
All of this occurred on Friday, the 13th of February, 2007. Our group attempted to conjure the Bloody Mary ghost, but we were unsuccessful. With our knees touching, we formed a circle and chanted “Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary, please allow us to talk with Bloody Mary.” As soon as the coin came up heads, we asked questions and flipped the coin again till it came up tails again. We began asking YES or NO questions, and when we asked “please could you show us a sign that you are here,” she responded with a “no.” Her response was “yes” after two more attempts.
- As a result, we began to feel dizzy and faint, and our eyesight began to get distorted.
- After every “no,” we got a “maybe.” The situation was becoming increasingly tense.
- We couldn’t stand up because we couldn’t break the circle since the taps switched on on their own after we were unable to move.
- It was at this point that the blinds began to shake and the window was still closed.
Our fear reached such a pitch that I broke the circle, turned off the water, closed the curtains, and ran for cover. Since that day, I’ve always had the distinct impression that someone was following me about. I have a sneaking suspicion that I’m not alone in my thoughts and feelings. –Ezzie
9. Did Bloody Mary Kill Amber?
A group of friends and I were at my grandmother’s house when we all walked into the bathroom, where we had numerous candles blazing in the background. In that restroom, many females were singing Bloody Mary when there was a blinding flash of light, and we were all startled to see a very old terrifying woman who looked like her flesh was rotting off standing there with us in the bathroom. In one restroom, you could smell the most awful scent of rotting flesh. It was really revolting. And suddenly the old woman vanished without a trace.
Approximately four months later, my friend Amber was involved in a vehicle accident in which she had serious injuries.
After only a short period of time, Amber was discovered drowned in the toilet of her parents’ home upstairs.
I swear to you, this is a genuine story, and it still makes me feel uncomfortable.
Urban Legend: Bloody Mary
As a result, the focus of this blog article is on the Legend of Bloody Mary. I’m quite confident that most of us have heard about this urban legend at some point in our lives. If you recite Bloody Mary’s name several times, it is supposed that she will appear in a mirror. If you want to summon her, you must perform a ritual in order to do this. In a dark room, face a mirror, and recite her name several times, you must perform this task. After then, while staring in the mirror, you will see a blurry picture of a lady slowly emerging in front of your eyes right before your eyes.
There were perhaps ten additional females in attendance.
Because several of us had never heard of it before, one of the females shared her experience.
She was a strikingly attractive young lady.
After the accident, she was not permitted to view herself in the mirror for fear of losing her mental equilibrium.
She snuck into a room with a mirror one night after everyone had gone to bed, unable to suppress her curiosity any longer, and hid there till the next morning.
The instant she realized what had happened, she became so depressed and desirous of seeing her old reflection again that she stepped into the mirror in search of it, promising to disfigure everyone who came seeking for her in the mirror.
It was only the three of us hunched around the mirror and started chanting “Mary Worth, Mary Worth, I believe in Mary Worth.” When we said it for the seventh time, one of the girls who was standing in front of the mirror started screaming and attempting to push her way away from the mirror.
The moment she switched on the lights, she discovered this young kid crouched in a corner wailing.
For the rest of my life, I shall never forget her beautiful face!” -According to a story posted on the internet on February 16, 19942.
That night, they participated in a game of Truth or Dare.
“I dare you to make a Bloody Mary,” one of the girls challenged.
A lit candle was placed in front of Kat and she was ushered into the bathroom.
When nothing happened, she walked to the front door to confront the situation.
She banged on the door, pleading with the girls to let her in, but they just laughed at her pleading.
The water in the sink and bath began to flow.
It quickly became overflowing and spilled onto the floor.
When she finally got to Kat, she slit her throat and dragged her back into the bath with her body. The next morning, she woke up to the girls cheeking her. Their screams could be heard for miles around when they first saw her.