Creepy Kidz. .. Or you'll never see your parents again. That's probably where that kid got it from.
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User avatar #2 - twi (05/04/2013) [+] (24 replies)
I was once babysitting for my niece (she was 5 at the time I believe) and she was kinda weird, always claiming to see people others couldn't, and she made a habit of talking about one in particular, the bloody-eyed old man. she says that all these "people"she would see were nice, except for him, and that whenever he was around the rest of them would cower. anywaaaays, one night in particular there was a huge storm over head and the lights in the house went out as I was watching TV and I heard her scream so I ran to the room to tell her it was just the storm, she shook her head and said no, but I just dismissed it and tucked her into her bed. I went to sleep after watching her for a while, to see if she was restless, but she seems to be resting just fine so I kissed her forehead and went to bed. I turned on the little walkie talkie thing (can't remember what it is called but it lets you hear what is going on in her room, and luckily it was batter powered)

2 hours later, I still couldn't get to sleep, so I laid in bed looking at the ceiling and watching the flashes of lightning drowning the room in light. as I studied the sound of it all, the thunder, the rain hitting, I realized there was also a raspy noise, like a window was open barely and wind was blowing in and out. after I got up and checked the window, I still heard it and realized where it was coming from, it was from the speaker on the walkie talkie thing. and the breathing turned into a low growling that no human could make (at least I don't think so) and then I heard her shriek.

I ran into her room and it was utterly silent save the storm, and I saw her, wide eyed and still as stone, staring at me. I walked over and told her everything is alright and she was shaking violently. she said someone else was in the room with us and I shook my head no. she insisted there was so I looked around, just to humor her and said there was no one, to which she responded with "then what is that behind you?"
#10 to #3 - blewws (05/04/2013) [-]
Great story! You're an awful babysitter!
Great story! You're an awful babysitter!
#16 - BLACKFRAMEPERSON (05/04/2013) [-]
Or you'll never see your parents again.

That's probably where that kid got it from.
#15 - bannedfartoooften (05/04/2013) [+] (10 replies)
One time I was watching Doctor Who with my roommate's little sister. Needed the money. She was about nine.   
While we were watching '42' (Her favorite episode apparently) she looks over at me and smiles. Then she says:   
"I really like you as a baby sitter." I smiled and said thank you, and then she frowns and says "It's really too bad you're going to die soon." And then she turns back to the TV like nothing happened. She then pauses, and says, (In the manner of the tenth Doctor) " I'm sorry. I'm so sorry."
One time I was watching Doctor Who with my roommate's little sister. Needed the money. She was about nine.
While we were watching '42' (Her favorite episode apparently) she looks over at me and smiles. Then she says:
"I really like you as a baby sitter." I smiled and said thank you, and then she frowns and says "It's really too bad you're going to die soon." And then she turns back to the TV like nothing happened. She then pauses, and says, (In the manner of the tenth Doctor) " I'm sorry. I'm so sorry."
User avatar #13 - Xharr (05/04/2013) [-]
My mom once told me a story about me at the age of 4,
i woke up in the night and wanted to call my grandpa,
she said i wanted to tell him goodbye, because i said a
man in black clothes told me he was gonna go on a long vacation.

That night he died.
#12 - Jowi ONLINE (05/04/2013) [-]
All of the first half are Australian. Proof even there kids are trying to kill them
User avatar #47 - davisdamen (05/05/2013) [-]
....i don't want children anymore
#36 - snowshark (05/05/2013) [-]
"Mama, I see eyes everywhere."
#77 - misterlad (05/05/2013) [-]
Half of those are Australian.

Even the ghosts are trying to kill us now.
#1 - crazyolitis (05/04/2013) [+] (1 reply)
#80 - wantabeer (05/05/2013) [-]
Yeahh...this is going to seriously be taken into consideration whenever I start thinking about starting a family. I still run down the hallway after I turn out the lights.
#66 - Temari ONLINE (05/05/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Way back when I was in primary school I helped out with the Kindergarten class while my own class was on a trip that I didn't attend. There was this one girl who had an obsession with blood.    
   
I wore a hoodie with red detailing/writing on the back of it, and I was sitting with her, reading a book, and she was tracing the red writing on my back, chanting "blood, blood" and reminding me that I'm bleeding.    
   
She also would only colour/write with the colour red, saying "I like red". When I asked her why she liked the colour so much, she said "cause blood is that colour". When I asked her why she liked blood, she stopped and stared right into my eyes. She didn't answer. I asked again and she said "you know why" and went back to colouring.   
   
I had another opportunity later to ask her why she liked blood so much, and she answered "you know, because it reminds me of the man". She stopped again and just zoned out for a minute, then she went back to doing her work.    
   
I know that's not too creepy, but it's still kinda screwed up. She was a sweet kid and we got along well, but she kind of scared me. Couldn't look at her (or her siblings, who were also weird) the same ever again.
Way back when I was in primary school I helped out with the Kindergarten class while my own class was on a trip that I didn't attend. There was this one girl who had an obsession with blood.

I wore a hoodie with red detailing/writing on the back of it, and I was sitting with her, reading a book, and she was tracing the red writing on my back, chanting "blood, blood" and reminding me that I'm bleeding.

She also would only colour/write with the colour red, saying "I like red". When I asked her why she liked the colour so much, she said "cause blood is that colour". When I asked her why she liked blood, she stopped and stared right into my eyes. She didn't answer. I asked again and she said "you know why" and went back to colouring.

I had another opportunity later to ask her why she liked blood so much, and she answered "you know, because it reminds me of the man". She stopped again and just zoned out for a minute, then she went back to doing her work.

I know that's not too creepy, but it's still kinda screwed up. She was a sweet kid and we got along well, but she kind of scared me. Couldn't look at her (or her siblings, who were also weird) the same ever again.
#73 - mrgoodlove (05/05/2013) [+] (1 reply)
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This makes me not want to have kids
User avatar #23 - myrtille (05/04/2013) [-]
The one with the girl saying she wanted to peel her father's skin off...he had gotten sunburned as was peeling. Just by the way.
User avatar #26 - wafflemonster (05/05/2013) [-]
my parents told me once that we were passing by a golf course near my where we lived and i had said "i remember this place! poppy took me here to watch some guy named arnold play golf!" my poppy died about 8-9 years before i was born.
User avatar #40 - discardedslinky (05/05/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Apparently when I was very little I use to constantly talk to a black man in a yellow suit, I can't remember the name my mom told me I use to call him, and she told me one day after I came home from visiting my grandma I was sad because 'he's still in the woods'. My mom said I never use to talk to him after that.

I'm still freaked out about it
#96 - kapitanokliosov (05/05/2013) [-]
Everybody do the nope
Everybody do the nope
#84 - hardongo (05/05/2013) [+] (2 replies)
i just finished watching MAMA the horror movie and now this post
#79 - hansenthirtysix (05/05/2013) [+] (4 replies)
I'm First Nations and we believe that when you are very young and when you are nearing death you are closest to the place your spirit came from, and therefore you are more sensitive to the supernatural side of the world. Kids can see ghosts pretty regularly and it sort of goes away as you get older.

Apparently I used to see ghosts all the time and just start freaking out but I have no recollection whatsoever of it. Weird.
User avatar #38 - tubbymeatball (05/05/2013) [+] (7 replies)
Okay here's my theory about this.
I think that as kids, we really do see these "monsters" and weird things, and they are actually real, but as kids we don't know much of anything so we don't know what it is and we don't think much of it, but as we get older and more intelligent we don't see these things anymore because we lose imagination and know how the world really works, so these things disappear from our view, but they're still there, watching our every move.
#43 to #42 - tubbymeatball (05/05/2013) [-]
here's a cute cat tom make things less scary
here's a cute cat tom make things less scary
User avatar #28 - josephwolfe (05/05/2013) [-]
I was visibly shocked when 'I want to peel all your skin off
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