Why Does Friday the 13th Scare Us

Psychologists regard this as the most widespread superstition in the world

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Friday the 13th, so-called unlucky day for so many people around the world.

Many of us may joke around this fear. But psychologists regard this as the most widespread superstition in the world.

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Ajay Sharma

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Reader & Writer | Interested in History, Psychology | atajaynet@gmail.com

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