Reporter: Stefanie Silvey
New Media Producer: Kerry Corum
"In this particular instance, it's just not real. It's not happening," says Sheriff Brad Ellsworth. Not in the tri-state, not anywhere.
Another reason people are believing this urban legend is because it's being passed on by local people, with local contact information, making the story seem more credible. Stefanie talked to some of those people Monday, who thought they were doing the right thing. She says to never pass on information without researching it first.