The Urban Legend of Majora’s Haunted Mask


From our good friends at 4chan, who originally brought us The Urban Legend of Pokemon Black, comes this new harrowing tale, about a guy who bought a copy of Majora’s Mask from a creepy old man at a garage sale who said it belonged to a boy “who didn’t live there anymore,” and the game turns out to be haunted.

Instead of pasting all the text below (it’s long), I invite you to read the entire thread here first before you watch the video above, which unlike the Pokemon Black story, actually backs up some of the things he claims in the story.

Sure, it’s probably not haunted, and the story itself isn’t true, but some twisted person did hack the game and create this nightmare scenario which is undeniably unnerving as you watch it.

There’s one more equally creepy part to the story, the BEN file mentioned, which implied that the boy who used to own the game might have drowned. Check it out below:


  • cenaris

    Now that’s the creepiest hack I’ve ever seen.

  • Zubat

    That’s absurd.
    Holy moly.
    I love it.
    But I am utterly terrified of this story.

  • vincent_D

    however I have spotted an inconsistency. The guy claims that when the “BEN” file appeared it was saved on an owl; however on the first video the “BEN” file does not have the owl icon… which the second video has…

  • Hallo457

    Its funny cause its fake. But really, good job to the guy who made this, he must have worked damn hard to hack this game and plan out all the storyline and everything. Well done.

  • Gabriel

    I love wierd game hacks like this, it makes it fun to read and watch video. Try finding more of these especially creepy ones 🙂

  • Skeebo

    He’s added another video to the list

    @vincent_d he mentions the owl save/non-owl save later plays it off as one of the glitches.

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