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Urban Legends That Sound Crazy But Are Actually True (16 pics)

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If these urban legends sound just crazy enough to be true, it's because they are.

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№1 Author: capt.huffnpuff (3 Oct 2014 11:12) Total user comments: 2802


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#9 The Lone Ranger? Can't be true. The 2 actors who played the Lone Ranger died at ages 85 in 1999, and 92 in 2009.

Clayton Moore (169 episodes, 1949-1957)
Born: Jack Carlton Moore 1914, died at age 85 in 1999.

John Hart (54 episodes, 1950-1953)
Born: December 1917, Died at age 91 in 2009

Hart replaced Moore for only one year because of a salary dispute.

The only voice issue was that Moore did not sound like the voice on the radio version. Although Moore's voice was a natural baritone, (the creator) G. Trendle insisted he sound more like the radio actor Brace Beemer, so Moore worked with a voice coach to mimic both the speech pattern and tone."
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№2 Author: dysan27 (14 Feb 2015 04:08) Total user comments: 63


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Quote: capt.huffnpuff
The Lone Ranger

Their not talking about the television show, it's the RADIO show that predated it.
Earle Graser (May 16, 1933
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