You've probably heard of most fairy tales. "Cinderella," "The Gingerbread Man," "The Pied Piper" — the works of Hans Christian Andersen, Aesop, and the Brothers Grimm are all pretty well ensconced in our collective consciousness. But what about "The Princess and the Fox?" We're guessing you haven't heard of that particular Brothers Grimm tale. After all, it was only written in 2018.
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5 Fairy Tales That Were Way Darker Than You Realized as a Kid
Key Facts In This Video
In the original “Cinderella,” the step-sisters also saw off parts of their feet to attempt to fit into the glass slipper. 00:45
In the original “Snow White,” the step-mother is forced to put on hot-iron shoes at Snow White's wedding and dance until she dies. 01:18
In the original “Rapunzel,” the prince is forced to jump from the tower and gets his eyes gauged out by thorns upon landing. 02:27
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