Chapter 13: Chapter Exploration
Days of the Week
The Evil Eye
Knocking on Wood
Strange Customs and Taboos
Courtship and Marriage
Hospitality and Etiquette
Burials and Funerals
Urban Legends and Beliefs
Deadly Reptiles in the Imported Carpets
The Fabulous Cookie Recipe
The Hook on the Car Door
If Your College Roommate Commits
Jesus on the Freeway
The Phantom Hitchhiker
Proctor & Gamble Is a Satanist Company
The Scuba Diver in the Tree
Snakes in the Toilet
Spiders in the Hairdo
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