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- AFU and Urban Legends Archive: Material from the alt.folklore.urban usenet group.
- "The Hook...": Variants and analysis of this classic urban legend.
- About.com: Urban Legends and Folklore: Articles, links, and an archive of urban and internet folklore.
- BellaOnline: Urban Legends: Weekly updates on the newest urban legends, plus articles on all of the classics.
- Calypso's Urban Legends: Small collection of famous urban legends.
- Christians United For The Truth: Aims to debunk internet and email hoaxes as well as myths; membership includes monthly newsletter and forum digest.
- Common E-mail Hoaxes: A list of some of the more popular internet hoaxes, urban legends, rumors, and junk, circulated through your email.
- Darwin Awards Urban Legends: Cautionary tales of human evolution in action that are simply too astounding to be true.
- Don't Spread That Hoax!: Debunking hoaxes as well as urban legends that spread on the internet.
- Don't Talk To Them: Local legends lists details of the village-idiots, nutters, weirdos and deviants we all know and love.
- Email Tracking Program Hoax: Debunks an email hoax about a new program from Microsoft.
- Envasion: Making Paranoia Fun Again: E-zine dedicated to urban legends, paranoia, and conspiracy theories.
- Global Monetary: Get your IDchip inplant.
- Hoax-Slayer: Information about email hoaxes; includes weekly newsletter, archives and list of the latest email hoaxes.
- Hoaxbusters: Information about hoaxes, chain letters, urban myths and other bogus information being routed around the internet.
- HowStuffWorks: How Urban Legends Work: What they are, where they come from, and why they spread so quickly.
- Is the Hotel California in the Eagles' song located in Todos Santos, Mexico?: Dispels the myth that this Eagles song was written about a hotel in Todos Santos, Mexico.
- Jan Harold Brunvand: Transcript of an interview with folklorist Jan Harold Brunvand, author of "Too Good to be True - The Colossal Book of Urban Legends."
- LIEmails: The Truth About E-mail Lies: E-mail hoaxes debunked, from a Christian point of view.
- Legends From a Small Country: From the collection of Arthur Goldstuck, South Africa's foremost authority on urban legends.
- Matt's Urban Legends: A collection of urban legends and superstitions.
- NetScrap.com: Urban Folklore: Urban legends and beliefs gathered from across the net.
- Radek's Urban Legend Central: Small collection of urban legends and other stories.
- Rocket Car Story: A possibly true story about four guys who attach a jet engine to their car.
- Stiller Research Virus Hoax News: Virus and other hoaxes that spread by email.
- The Cat in Urban Mythology: Essay by Sarah Hartwell discussing the images of the cat in urban legends.
- The Horse and the Maiden: An Urban Legend in Ancient Athens: Article by Lowell Edmunds, Rutgers University.
- The Museum of Hoaxes: A reference guide to hoaxes, pranks, practical jokes, frauds, tricks, and other forms of deception.
- The Oracle: Listing of contradictions in the bible and brief discussion of some hoaxes and controversial issues.
- The Urban Legend Combat Kit: Collection of prepared responses to refute oft cited internet myths and urban legends.
- Too Good to Be True: Review of Jan Harold Brunvand's book on urban legends, with excerpt.
- Tourist Of Death: A site maintaining the history of the WTC Rooftop Tourist picture hoax, and all copycat pictures resulting from the original picture.
- Uncle Ken's Urban Myth Page: Small collection of common urban legends.
- Urban Legends: Essay by Seppo Raudaskoski on urban legends.
- Urban Legends & Modern Myths: Collection of urban legends, modern myths and American folklore.
- Urban Legends & Superstitions Online: The most popular urban legends and superstitions including local legends based in New Jersey.
- Urban Legends Reference Pages: Attempts to give accurate information about rumors and urban legends on a variety of topics, including war, business, events, toxins, science, military, popular culture.
- Urban Legends Research Centre: Archive of annotated urban legends and beliefs, as well as ghost legends, and superstitions, with FAQ.
- Urban Legends: An Electronic Art Exhibit: A virtual gallery of multimedia artistic representations of urban legends, by Sarah Wichlacz.
- Urban Myths & Legends: Submitted stories and other fantastic messages.
- Virus Hoaxes and Netlore: Information on virus hoaxes, chain letters, and netlore circulating via email.
- Weird US: Strange stories from around the States: ghosts, local legends, crazy characters, UFOs, and other oddities.
- Weird USA: Gazette of urban legends and beliefs, as well as ghost sightings and hauntings.
- theFolklorist.com: Devoted to American folklore and urban legends.
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