These are 15 of the strangest - and creepiest - urban legends that have circulated Leeds for the last few decades.
1. The University of Leeds shaky foundations
This one is actually true - The LC Miall Building, part of the University of Leeds, was designed with a cellular basement structure as it sits on a faultline in the earths crust.
2. Temple Mills farming past
Rumour has it that the Temple Mill building was once used as a sheep grazing patch, with grass covering the roof and the sheeps eating keeping the humidity in the flax mill at the right temperature for making fabric.
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3. Jimi Hendrixs Leeds visit
Before he made it big, Jimi Hendrix reportedly played in a converted synagogue in Chapel Allerton in 1967 - though the gig was poorly attended.
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4. Buffalo Bills Leeds pub run-in
William F Cody, better known as Buffalo Bill, visited Leeds in 1892 and again in 1903. Legend has it that when he visited the three legs pub he was set upon and beaten up by fellow drinkers.
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