From Creepypasta to Reddit, the internet is a great source of myths, hoaxes and urban legends, but how well do you know some of the biggest online urban legends of all time?
1. The ghosts of two murdered teen girls returned to kill their parents who failed to tell their subsequent son of the girls' existence. But what were their names?
2. Two 12-year-old girls stabbed a friend as a result of which internet myth in 2014?
3. This photo, supposedly from Russia, is alleged to show the results of what sort of experiment?
4. Who had a text message conversation with her friend David while someone who looked just like him broke into her house?
5. In 2013 a hoax advert shared online tricked people into thinking an iPhone software update made their handset what?
6. A Reddit user claimed that which country didn't actually exist and that the United Nations had altered world maps to trick people into thinking it did?
7. John Titor became famous after making which bold claim on the internet in the year 2000?
8. Which animal features in the photo smile.jpg, an image which, if seen, will drive you insane?
9. In 1998 a reporter started spotting kids with a distinct odd characteristic, and ever since people have reported encountering them. They are said to ask for help or a ride, but what is odd about them?
10. In which country is the sinister Blue Whale suicide game said to originate?