The urban legend of Carmen Winstead emerged in 2006 when chain letters began circulating online. Some letters are written like dramatic news accounts, others are in the voice of Winstead's ghost. All of them relate the same sad tale of a teenage girl who was pushed down a well to her death.
The ghost of a teen named Carmen Winstead strikes down those who don't repost her story on Facebook. About 6 years ago in Indiana, Carmen Winstead was pushed down a sewer opening by 5 girls in her ...
The five girls lied to the police, saying they had witnessed Carmen falling down the sewer. The police believed the girls and Carmen Winstead’s death was ruled an accident and the case was closed. Everyone thought that was the last they would hear of Carmen Winstead, but they were wrong.
LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – The Carmen Winstead death story about a girl who was pushed down a sewer drain is prompting confusion again this weekend. Is the Carmen Winstead 1823 sewer drain death story true or false? The story surfaced online in the advent of current social media. In roughly 2006, users
Jared Morgan was a guy mentioned in a text about the supposed death of Carmen Winstead. He didn't forward a text and was killed in the middle of the night by the ghost of Carmen. The text was ...
Carmen Winstead moved to a new school but she didnt have any friends. One day five girls were playing with her and Carmen thought that the five girls were her friends. Then a few day later the ...
Carmen Winstead is the titular main antagonist of an urban legend that originally derives from a chain letter titled "They Pushed Her" or "Carmen Winstead" that spread around various social media platforms since 2006. She is usually depicted as the vengeful ghost of a bullied high school student...
The Carmen Winstead Death. Carmen Winstead was a run-of-the-mill Indiana teenager who was tragically killed when she was pushed into a sewer by five other students. The incident happened when her school was in the process of completing a fire drill.
The tragic death of Carmen Winstead aka Jessica Smith is spreading today. But is the Carmen Winstead death in a sewer, a story appearing on Myspace, Facebook and Twitter, true or false? The story has existed online since 2006-2007. The story involves a girl, either named Carmen Winstead or Jessic
The tale of Carmen Winstead is a classic urban legend (of which there are many other examples, including Bloody Mary and The Hook Man).It's also an example of creepypasta, an internet phenomenon that includes brief horror stories, videos, and disturbing images that are shared via social media.Creepypasta is a subcategory of copypasta (as in "copy and paste").