Creepy Kidz. .. 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 hab
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Submitted: 05/04/2013
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User avatar #116 - thepink (05/05/2013) [-]
When I was little I would always see weird things that never really bothered me. It was usually some strange kids in my room or a hooded man in my backyard but after a few hard blinks they would be gone. Since they were never too scary I never told anyone. I liked scary things anyway, and would cope by writing ghost stories.

One night when I was around 15 or 16 I woke up really late, around 3 AM, for no particular reason. There was a corpse in my room, hanging from the ceiling. I blinked and looked away but he stayed there. He was a fat and miserable looking thing, thinning hair with a drooping face and a neck that hung over the rope. He was so ******* ***** . Every time I blinked he just got more real to me - his blue gingham shirt, his khaki trousers, the leather shoes that didn't match his belt, the empty starbucks cup in his left hand. And he wasn't going away. He just hung there and creaked a little. I finally sprinted from my bed and hit the lights - and he was finally gone.

I didn't sleep or turn the lights off for the rest of the night. My mom found me in the morning and asked what was up - so I told her. Of course she told me it was a dream but I knew it wasn't. Seeing a corpse in your room tends to wake you up pretty ******* fast - and he wasn't like any other dream or thing I've seen before. The more I tried to tell her the angrier she got. She yelled and insisted it was a dream and to get my ass dressed for school. I never had any weird visions after that.
#115 - masterchiefawesome (05/05/2013) [-]
3spooky5me
#113 - anonymous (05/05/2013) [-]
when my grandad died, my whole family traveled up to his house to clear it out. the first day we were there, my little autistic brother was upstairs looking around, then all of a sudden he just walks down the stairs, opens the front door and walks down the path to the road. we all caught up to him before he crossed the road and asked what he was doing, to which he responded he was 'following the old man with the hurt (left - he pointed) leg'. yeah...my grandad had previously had a stroke and was partially paralyzed down his left side (so walked with a heavy limp) o.O oh and my brother was maybe 5? and had only seen our grandad once when he was 3

more recently, hes been talking about his friend - Callum Holmes. we keep calling it his imaginary friend, and our surname is holmes so it would fit. the other day when i was looking at old census records it turns out there used to be a kid called callum holmes who lived like proper close to us O.O
User avatar #104 - metalmind ONLINE (05/05/2013) [-]
Well, with 11.000 Responders there were statistically viewed over 330 to 500 Psycopaths among those children.
#102 - aspr (05/05/2013) [-]
my friends brother used to refuse to go to the upstairs of their house alone always saying something about the man upstairs, he'd just follow his mum room to room
#97 - chicoloko (05/05/2013) [-]
I was hanging out with my friend around 11 at night. We were at his house,watching some George Lopez. We are home alone cause his parents are at neighbors house. His little sister, about four at the time, was in the room looking out into the pitch dark backyard. All of a sudden she starts repeatedly saying man. She calls her brother manny, so we though nothing of it. All of a sudden she starts screaming and running toward us and is crying. we are scared ******** then the power goes out. NOPE all the way to the neighbors house.
#96 - kapitanokliosov (05/05/2013) [-]
Everybody do the nope
Everybody do the nope
#94 - exadoi (05/05/2013) [-]
Love how they're all from australia
User avatar #93 - AlreadyExists (05/05/2013) [-]
I feel like the concept of including original content on the front page has become but a formality and funnyjunk is literally no more than a proxy people use to view other sites' content at this point.
User avatar #92 - Rolyat (05/05/2013) [-]
Why do they have to be from my country T.T
#89 - pepemex (05/05/2013) [-]
It's not like I was planning on sleeping tonight. Or ever again.
User avatar #101 to #89 - thegamerslife (05/05/2013) [-]
good thing I came to comments first. good night. :P
User avatar #88 - sidekickman (05/05/2013) [-]
I'm not a parent, but when I was a little kid I had nightmares. I walked into my parents room one night, then woke my dad up.
"Daddy, I had a nightmare," I said.
"What? It's okay..."
"But that's what you said when the thing wearing mommy's skin woke up," I reply as my mother begins to sit up
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#99 to #87 - anonymous (05/05/2013) [-]
Sorry you had to witness that :/
#85 - mishterlusk (05/05/2013) [-]
They're all Australian...
#84 - hardongo (05/05/2013) [-]
i just finished watching MAMA the horror movie and now this post
User avatar #95 to #84 - xyaleon (05/05/2013) [-]
Did you know in the desert there are creatures that look like actual trees walking? Also these faceless creatures that walk on all fours...
User avatar #83 - tmpr (05/05/2013) [-]
realest one of all...

my 5 year old son told me that OP is a fag and the next day hes a fag..
#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.
#79 - hansenthirtysix (05/05/2013) [-]
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 #114 to #79 - lynnchan (05/05/2013) [-]
true. Im a Native American a Pueblo Indian but our elders say what you just said..they said kids have that power cause they ARE closer to the place your spirit comes from..exactly like you said..O_O..
#117 to #114 - hansenthirtysix (05/05/2013) [-]
and I'm a Coast Salish from the West Coast way up in Canada, crazy how our beliefs are pretty much the same no matter how far away we are.
User avatar #121 to #117 - lynnchan (05/06/2013) [-]
yea same in japan my two friends makota and taka have the same kind of souls day where we set the tables for our past loved ones full of food when they visit that day..its the same pretty much..same in beliefs..and they are on the OTHer side of the world..and yea im from kewa pueblo :) nice to meet you.
User avatar #105 to #79 - thisisspartah ONLINE (05/05/2013) [-]
one of my earliest memorys was seeing a ghost, i was about 3, and went through the kitchen to go to the toilet and i saw it, like a blue hunchback and i think it was getting fruit out of the fruit bowl, also in the kitchen i nearly died trying to cook cereal when i was about the same age and my dad said that i was about an inch of flame and as if it were my guardian angel had spread her wings to protect me, and i still think my guardian angel is the sister i never had (miscarige)
User avatar #78 - zorororonoa (05/05/2013) [-]
Parents use Reddit?
User avatar #86 to #78 - corundum (05/05/2013) [-]
When you think about it, reddit sorta uses the parents.
#77 - misterlad (05/05/2013) [-]
Half of those are Australian.

Even the ghosts are trying to kill us now.
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