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Frightened By Friday The 13th? Say Paraskevidekatriaphobia

Learn to say paraskevidekatriaphobia and you may be protected.
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It's baaaaack.

Friday the 13th, that is.

So in what's become a Two-Way tradition, we again offer something that's supposed to help.

Learning how to say paraskevidekatriaphobia supposedly cures one of any Friday the 13th-related fears.

Thanks to our dear friend, newscaster and Two-Way contributor Korva Coleman, we've got a helpful audio pronouncer. Follow her tips and it's said you'll be cured.

By the way, the next Friday the 13th falls in December.

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Korva teaches us how to say paraskevidekatriaphobia

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