Creepy Little Kids

Little kids are creepy, mainly because we are more susceptible to the paranormal at a young age than most are when they are older. All the time you hear stories of creepy things little kids have done or said that adults can’t wrap their head around. For example, one of my little brother’s, let’s call him Joe, was one or two when this happened. He was asleep in his room, and never had a tendency to sleep walk before or after this accident. My stepmother (his mom) got up and went into the kitchen because she said she heard a noise. In the kitchen, on the floor was Joe, sitting inside a perfectly made circle of every sharp knife we had in the house. She said she asked him what he was doing and she could tell he was still asleep, he said he was deciding which to use. For what, I’m not sure because I don’t remember the rest of the story.

As for my experiences as a little kid I just remember seeing ghosts walking around, or dreaming about what was going to happen the next day. Really kind of freaks you out when your dreams start coming true, even if it is just everything you do or say during school. I also remember being quite at home, or comfortable inside a cemetery. The church I went to had a cemetery across the street and we would use it for hide and seek, as a girl scout we went and made rubbings on the tombstones. Then a friend of mine also had a cemetery in her back yard that we played in. While the others would get a thrill out of being in a spooky cemetery and go around scaring each other, I was completely relaxed. Nothing bugged me, even though I could sit there and watch the different spirits walk around or even talk to some of them. I’ve always thought they were beautiful.

http://moviepilot.com/posts/2015/02/04/the-creepy-things-these-kids-said-might-just-make-you-more-afraid-of-monsters-in-the-closet-than-they-are-2658271?lt_source=external,manual

Published by Courtney M. Wendleton

I'm an author with an associate's in psychology. Interested in a lot of different things, and love controversy. The more controversial the better, but that's not all I'm interested in. Can be a bit confusing at times, but that's normal!

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