The case of Charlie No-Face serves as another urban legend that turned out to be real, but has a completely reasonable explanation. Meet Ray Robinson, who was born in Pennsylvania in 1910. When he was eight years old, Ray touched active wires and was terribly hurt and maimed. He lost his eyes, nose, and right arm. Ray thought that his appearance might startle people, so he spent most of his days at home, with his family, manufacturing wallets, doormats and belts.
He only went outside to breathe some fresh air at night, because he did not want to scare the town folks. After a while, people would see him walking alone and tell tales of a lonely figure with no face that haunts the town limits. Teenagers would look for him and even take pictures and question him.