After repeating ‘Bloody Mary’ three times in front of mirror, Sarah Huckabee Sanders swears she saw something.
Curled up in comfy jammies with a flashlight under her chin silhouetting her face, White House Spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders swears she saw something after repeating “Bloody Mary” three times in front of the bathroom mirror.
“In the bathroom, in the dark, by myself, with no one else around, I actually saw something.”
The legend of Bloody Mary dates back hundreds of years and has remained a popular parlor game among teenagers for generations. It is said that if a person takes a lit candle into a darkened room and says “Bloody Mary” three times, the ghost of Mary Tudor will appear in the mirror.
Sanders said she that had never heard of the urban legend until selecting “Dare” during a late night game of Truth or Dare with fellow White House staffers Sean Spicer and Steve Bannon.
“You’d be surprised, but Sean and Steve are really good at that game — especially Steve,” Sanders said.
“[Bannon] always picks truth. And let’s just say his version never aligns with the police reports.”
After choosing “Dare,” Spicer and Bannon led Sanders to a West Wing bathroom and gave her a candle.
“Sean was giggling like an idiot,” Bannon said.
“But I knew Sarah was in for some rough shit.”
Sanders admits to being nervous after saying the words and waiting several moments for something to happen.
“And then, I don’t know if it was my nerves or the poor lighting or actually something supernatural, but something happened, I swear!”
“I tried opening the door to get out, but the guys were holding it shut. Never before had I felt like I was thrown into a precarious situation and undermined by those around me. It was scary.”
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