Friday the 13th has long been a day that has been shrouded in mystery and superstition. Many believe that the day has an inherent bad luck, or that bad things are more likely to happen on this day than on others. Is it all just in our heads, or is there a history behind the idea that Friday the 13th is a day that would be better spent in bed watching a few spooky movies rather than venturing out into the world?
In today’s post, we’ll take a look at 13 spooky facts about Friday the 13th that have come from history, including superstitions and strange rumors, interesting occurrences, and more.
Spooky Fact #1
There are many biblical references to the number 13 being an unlucky or unfavorable number. Judas was considered to be the 13th apostle and went on to betray Christ. Even before Judeo-Christian religions, there are references…
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