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North American Superstitions

North American superstitions comes from several continents. It can be said that North America has the most interesting superstitions gathered from all over the world. Therefore there are many superstitious beliefs, stories and sayings. So at the beginning we present top five North American superstitions and then view the video about it.

Top Five North American Superstitions

A Black Cat

Poor black cat in North America has a bad reputation. So, if a black cat cross your path you will have a bad luck during the day.

Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th is probably the most popular superstition in the world and in North America. According to the belief, Friday the 13th is a very bad day at all and especially for new beginnings.

Breaking a Mirror

Be careful with the mirror. Breaking a mirror brings bad luck even for the next 7 years.

Walking Under a Ladder

Yet another common North American superstition - never walk under a ladder. It may be bad luck for you. Why? I think, it's easy to find the answer.

Stepping on a Crack

This action also brings bad luck, according to old superstition.

Common North American Superstitions - Video Clip

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