Just do a search on here for "JW Urban Myths." Smurfs, anyone??
Really, they're HORRIBLY paranoid. I honestly don't know a group of people more preoccupied with worries about this stuff. I'm not saying I don't believe in it but if you truly have faith in God why worry all the time?
Where I used to live, in New England, a lof of things were considered pagan/demonized: dream-catchers, wind chimes, those Magic trading cards young boys used to collect, Pokemon, Harry Potter, Lord Of The Rings (how??), Yin-yang symbols, peace signs, crosses, Jesus and/or Mary statues, anything Catholic so one would want to avoid their "horribly pagan" churches, totem poles and other Native American items, anything "false-religious" like Buddahs or most Asian stuff, Celtic stuff (I once, as a JW had a silver ring with Celtic knots on it. I had nightmares the night I got it, told my mom about the dream and she went on a witch hut looking for items we bought recently and it was concluded my ring was the source of the bad dream and SHE THREW MY $20 RING AWAY, that I paid for!!), some insane JWs even thought DISNEY stuff was evil! Seriously I was babysitting a little girl and her grandmother was pissed at me for talking about The Hunchback Of Notre Dame movie because it had a Gypsy in it. Seriously!! The list goes on and on and is different depending on where JWs live. Oh, yoga is considered very bad, they had some Awake or WT article about it. I started doing yoga myself and it doesn't bother me. It's just stretching and breathing.