The Bunny Man
Legends of ‘The Bunny Man’ have been passed around in the state of Virginia since the 1970s. According to Fairfax county historian Brian A. Conley, the legend is based on a real-life case. According to Conley, who did extensive research on the subject, on the evening of October 19, 1970, a couple who parked their car on Guinea road in Burke, were attacked by a “White-clad figure”, who smashed their front passenger window and screamed at them that they were trespassing. After they got away, they discovered a hatchet on their car floor.
The man claimed that the attacker was wearing bunny ears and a white suit. A few days later, a local officer was attacked by a similar person, who shouted “You are trespassing. If you come and closer, I’ll chop off your head”.