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  • And though some say, the guard at the zoo just happens to look like a gorilla.

  • Others swear, on the moonless nights

  • They have actually seen the hairy man out of his uniform, hopping around in the gorilla cages.

  • Wow, that was sort of scary, but I got me a fable that will knock your socks off.

  • Let's hear yours, Stinxy.

  • This yarn of a horror is about the ever-frightening: Monkeycat.

  • In the dingy laboratory of the despicable Dr. Mischief, there lived an old furry cat.

  • One day, the cat snuck into the cage of a frisky monkey and got himself caught.

  • Dr Mischief watched as the monkey and the cat began to fight,

  • They became entangled together

  • And that's when the evil doctor got his big idea.

  • He cut off the monkey's head

  • And sewed on the cat's body and invented... Monkeycat!

  • Monkey Cat?

  • MONKEY CAT!!!!!!

  • What's so scary about that?

  • It's a banana-eating, milk-drinking horror monster, Monkey Cat!

  • That's not scary. That's stupid!

  • I came to this sleepover to be scared, but I'm not! I'm just hungry!

  • Well, we ate all the pizza. I guess the only thing left to to is just go to sleep.

  • -Uhh, Sid, it's 6:30. -Oh, yeah, right!

  • I have a scary story.

  • One that'll scare your pants off. (What? Nah!)

  • I'm serious.

  • Alrighty then, let's hear it.

  • This is the tale of the Headless Cabbie.

  • A hundred years ago, on a misty, foggy autumn night,

  • just like tonight, a lonely cabbie was driving his carriage.

  • "Oh, Cabbie!"

  • Suddenly, a mysterious lady hailed the cab

  • she said she had lost her dog in the park.

  • I've been quite upset, and I wanted to clear my head.

  • You see, I lost my Scottie dog a few weeks ago, and I'm still hoping to find him.

  • Might we ride about the park?

  • Yes, ma'am.

  • It was cold out, and the lady politely offered her red scarf to the cabbie.

  • It's so cold out. Won't you wear this scarf?

  • Why, thank you, ma'am. It is cold out.

  • They had no sooner reached the woods, when the lady sat up, and said,

  • What's that sound?

  • The Cabbie looked around, but saw only the dark trees in the fog.

  • That sounds like my dog! My poor little baby! Follow him. Hurry. Hurry!

  • The Cabbie didn't want to go too fast,

  • because it was getting darker and foggier the farther they went into the park.

  • But the sound of the dog's barking grew louder.

  • The lady told the Cabbie to drive faster.

  • Faster, please. I implore you!

  • We're coming, sweetie! We're coming to save you!

  • It was getting darker, and colder, and foggier by the minute.

  • The wheels on the carriage made a crazy echoing sound as they rattled on the cobblestones,

  • but all the time, the dog kept barking. And the lady kept yelling,

  • Faster, do you hear? Faster, I say! We must save my doggie!

  • I see him!

  • "He's just ahead of us," the lady screamed.

  • The dog's barking echoed like crazy, and horses hooves were clambering on the cobblestones.

  • The Cabbie hung onto the reins as the horse pulled the carriage as fast as he could go.

  • And now, he could see the gaslights glowing at the end of the tunnel.

  • Suddenly, the lady stood up and screamed,

  • "Watch out!"

  • It was a man with a huge, golden hook for an arm!

  • "Argh!" And they barely missed him!

  • They swerved at the end of the tunnel and off the main road and down a steep hill.

  • The Cabbie hung onto the reins and tried to pull up his horse.

  • That's him! My doggie's down the hill! Go down there! Hurry! Hurry!

  • But the lady beat him on the shoulder, and yelled,

  • Faster! Faster! My doggie! My little Scottie doggie!

  • No one saw the low branch hanging over the path

  • until the Cabbie's red scarf twisted around and caught onto it!

  • And then, of course, it was too late.

  • The horse kept pulling the carriage, only now the reins were held by...

  • the Headless Cabbie!

  • People say that to this very day, when the fog comes down on quiet autumn nights,

  • you can still hear the barking of the demon Scottie dog.

  • You might also hear the rattling of the carriage wheels on the cobblestones.

  • And then, it won't be long till you hear the laughter of the horrible ghost lady,

  • and the next thing you'll see, coming at you out of the fog,

  • will be the haunted carriage, driven by...

  • THE HEADLESS CABBIE!

  • A righteouly told urban legend, my brother.

  • (trembling)

  • Harold, are you okay?

  • Easy squeezy lemon peasy

  • Oh, come on, Harold! It's only a crazy made up ghost story.

  • Right, Arnold?

  • Right. Yeah.

  • It's not like it actually happened or anything.

  • Well, a yarn like that sure gives me an appetite.

  • Let's go out and get some ice cream, fellows.

  • -What do you say? -No, no!

  • We can't leave! We can't go anywhere!

  • Come on, Harold. You will be fine! We'll all go together.

  • -You promise? -We promise.

  • Ohhh, Okay.

  • Hey, hey hey! Wait a minute!

  • This is City Park. I'm not going in there.

  • Harold, we are gonna go get ice cream, and the fastest way is through the park.

  • Can't we take some other way?

  • -It's the fastest way! -Come on. Don't be a baby.

  • Come on, man! There is no horse and buggy, or laughing lady and headless cabbie.

  • It's just an urban legend.

  • Yeah, Harold, my grandpa told it to me

  • And he always makes up stories.

  • -We will be fine. -Okay.

  • I'll go, but only because I'm really really hungry!

  • It's me, Harold, the Headless Cabbie!

  • STOP IT!!!!! Stop it, Sid, stop it or I'll pound you.

  • Hold on, fellows. Do you hear barking?

  • NO!!!!! It's the demon Scottie dog!!!!!

  • It's just the happy little old mutt come sniffing up to us, Harold.

  • There ain't nothing to be scared of.

  • No! No, no, no, it's the demon Scottie dog.

  • Don't touch it. It'll put its spell on us and we'll all end up with our heads cut off.

  • Come on, Harold. Relax!

  • It is kind of weird coincidence

  • I mean, it's just like the dog from the story.

  • Ohh, shucks. He's just a nice old boy.

  • We can't just leave him here. I'll reckon , I'll take him with me.

  • No! No, no, no! Oh, come on, Harold.

  • (Walking)

  • What's that? It sounds like a horse, just like in the story.

  • It's the Headless Cabbie?

  • Eugene!

  • Hi, guys!

  • You scared the stuffing out of us, Eugene.

  • Oh sorry, I was just practicing for my clog-dancing class.

  • Clog-dancing on the cobblestones in the early evening?

  • Now I've seen everything.

  • Oh, I hate this! First the dog, then Eugene.

  • This whole sleepover is scaring me to death.

  • Let's get out of this park and get some ice cream! NOW! PLEASE!

  • We're almost through the park, Harold. See, here's the tunnel.

  • A tunnel? I ain't going in any tunnel!

  • Aww geez, I don't want to!

  • Man, this is creepy. It's just like in Arnold's story.

  • What story?

  • The Headless Cabbie.

  • Gosh, what's it about?

  • Don't tell it Arnold! I don't want to hear it!

  • We're already in the dark foggy tunnel and the demon Scottie dog's barking.

  • And at the end of the tunnel is gonna be a man with a golden hook for an arm.

  • Harold, that's not gonna happen. We are almost out of the tunnel, see?

  • Yeah, I guess you are right.

  • It's the man with a golden hook for an arm!!!!!

  • Ahhhhhhh!!!!!

  • Just wanted to sell 'em a quality watch.

  • Ahhhhhhh~~~

  • Wait! Stop you guys! Nobody's chasing us.

  • Just let our imagination get carried away.

  • What imaginations! That, that guy with a golden hook for an arm,

  • And the barking dog!

  • It's all coincidence, Harold.

  • Speaking of coinky dinks, Arnold Looky there!

  • Oh, the red scarf and the Headless Cabbie!

  • You guys! Cut it out! This is crazy.

  • It's just an old scarf. There's nothing weird going on here.

  • Eugene, can you please stop clogging?

  • I'm not doing anything.

  • What is it, boy?

  • AHHHHHH!!!!!!

  • Hahaha!

  • AHHHHHH!!!!!!

  • Here you go, it's me, Ernie!

  • Ernie? What are you doing here?

  • What's it look like I'm doing? I'm driving this buggy at night to earn some extra cash.

  • Got a problem with that?

  • But who's that lady laughing?

  • That was no lady! That was me!

  • -Mr. Hyunh? -Yes!

  • I have a very creepy laugh.

  • Can we get out of here now?

  • Alright, alright. Hop in, I'll give you guys a ride home.

  • Who wants to hear my creepy laugh? Hahahah!

  • Oh, stop it! Stop laughing please, MOMMY! No!!!!!

  • (saying goodbye)

  • -What a night! -Tell me about it.

  • Ooohh, I'm the Headless Cabbie! Where's my head, Harold?

  • Stop it, Sid, please.

  • Ahahahaha! I'm the laughing lady, Harold. Haha!

  • Stop! I'll never pound you again. I promise, just stop it!

  • Cabbie, I'd like a ride around the park, please.

  • Yes, ma'am.

  • I lost my Scottie dog a few weeks ago, and I'm still hoping to find him.

  • It's so cold out. Won't you wear this scarf?

  • Oh, thanks lady. It's pretty cold out tonight.

And though some say, the guard at the zoo just happens to look like a gorilla.

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