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MARY: The Summoning (Bloody Mary, #1) by Hillary MonahanThere is a right way and a wrong way to summon her.
Jess had done the research. Success requires precision: a dark room, a mirror, a candle, salt, and four teenage girls. Each of them--Jess, Shauna, Kitty, and Anna--must link hands, follow the rules . . . and never let go.
A thrilling fear spins around the room the first time Jess calls her name: Bloody Mary. Bloody Mary. BLOODY MARY. A ripple of terror follows when a shadowy silhouette emerges through the fog, a specter trapped behind the mirror.
Once is not enough, though--at least not for Jess. Mary is called again. And again. But when their summoning circle is broken, Bloody Mary slips through the glass with a taste for revenge on her lips. As the girls struggle to escape Marys wrath, loyalties are questioned, friendships are torn apart, and lives are forever altered.
A haunting trail of clues leads Shauna on a desperate search to uncover the legacy of Mary Worth. What she finds will change everything, but will it be enough to stop Mary--and Jess--before its too late?
The True Story Of Bloody Mary, The Woman Behind The Mirror
By Geoff Boucher. The movie spawned a franchise of a total six films; Peli wrote and produced all of them but only directed the first one. This time around, Peli has taken supernatural storytelling a step closer to the world where the audience lives. The game uses filmed images, sound effects, lights, handset vibrations, music, calls and text messages to weave a story not intended for the meek of heart. That adds an element of eerie specificity to the storytelling — when a player is, say, standing in front of a bathroom mirror or in a doorway, the game can perceive that and weave the information into the experience. Peli was reluctant to share too many details about the story, but he did say it is rooted in the Bloody Mary legend. Or in a way, at least, that feels real.
Wikimedia Commons. Standing in a dark bathroom, illuminated by a single candle, you simply look into the mirror and chant her name three times: Bloody Mary. A ghost is then said to appear, sometimes holding a dead baby, other times promising to come after yours.
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Most people heard the Bloody Mary legend when they were children, listening to spooky ghost stories around the campfire. The tale is still told to this day at campouts and late-night bonfire parties, but little is known about the truth behind the legend. The legend claims that the evil witch can be summoned by chanting "Bloody Mary" 3 times into a mirror in a darkened room at the stroke of midnight. The number of times "Bloody Mary" needs to be called to summon the witch seems to vary, with three and thirteen seeming to be the most popular number of chants. The bathroom is also the most popular setting to test out the legend, but other dark rooms seem applicable. The game is often a test of courage, as it is said that if Bloody Mary is summoned, she would proceed to kill the summoner in an extremely violent way, such as ripping the summoner's face off, scratching their eyes out, driving the person insane or bringing the person into the mirror with her. Who Bloody Mary really is remains a mystery.