In 1904, police in Clifton, Virginia spent weeks searching for two dangerous men who escaped from an asylum when a bus transporting them to a new location crashed in the woods. Strangely, during their search, police kept finding skinned and half-eaten rabbit carcasses strung up from the trees. Eventually they found one of the two men dead and hanging from an underpass, gutted and skinned like the rabbits.
Concerned, police increase their efforts to find the remaining man, who they started calling the Bunnyman. Eventually they located him and chased him to the underpass, where he was struck by a train and killed. Now every Halloween, rabbit carcasses appear in the trees surrounding the underpass. The scariest part? The Bunnyman was originally institutionalized for murdering his parents on Easter Sunday.