The Legend of the Bunnyman

In 1904 a bus carrying a group of criminally insane inmates crashed near a bridge in Fairfax County. All but five died, including the driver. A search party found four of the inmate’s dead, skinned and disemboweled hanging from the trees.
It was naturally assumed that the remaining inmate was to blame for the carnage. In the coming days the search party would find skinned, and half eaten rabbits hanging from the trees. The search party soon dubbed the missing inmate, “the bunny man”.
The search party finally found the bunny man. They chased him back to the bridge were the original crash happened, where the bunny man was hit by a train. Even after the bunny man was killed, the search party could hear evil laughter coming from under the bridge.
It has been said that murders similar to the bunny man’s have occurred throughout the years after his death commonly occurring on Halloween night.

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