This twentieth-century urban legend haunted residents of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The legend had it that a figure with a severely burned face lurked around an abandoned train tunnel at night and made electricity go haywire with his very presence. Curious teenagers would sneak out to the tunnel to try to catch a glimpse of him. Well, it turns out that Charlie No-Face was actually a real person—but his name wasn’t Charlie. His name was Raymond Robinson, and he had suffered a severe accident involving an electrical line that left him with a disfigured face. Because of this, he became a bit of a recluse, staying inside during the day and only venturing out at night. But he didn’t do any haunting—in fact, he was friendly and would occasionally let curious teens take pictures with him in exchange for cigarettes.