Grown-ups share the creepiest thing that little kids have told them, and it might give you nightmares for DAYS. Although downright eerie, coming from kids makes them believable.
We all know "kids say the darnest things." But some adults out there have heard their kids share the creepiest things. Kids have always had an active imagination, but some of these stories are beyond our wildest nightmares. Here are some of the creepiest things that kids have said.
I have hella stories guys, I’m sorry lol. Another time, in that same house, my other little sister, she was about 5 at the time, was having trouble sleeping. My mom didn’t like to leave their door closed because the youngest would get scared. (She thought that if a door closed,— ash (@_AdoreAshlynn) January 28, 2018
that she was all of a sudden not apart of the house anymore. I used to close the door the the bathroom while peeing and she thought I had actually left the house and started screaming/banging on the door) ANYWAY, Makayla, the older one, couldn’t fall asleep and asked my mom— ash (@_AdoreAshlynn) January 28, 2018
If she could close the door because when the door was open, she could see into the kitchen, and she was “scared of the shadow people that hide under the kitchen table and stare at me”.— ash (@_AdoreAshlynn) January 28, 2018
"Not my child, but my little sister. She's a genius and could walk and talk before she was even 1. One day, while she was about 2 or 3 years old, she was playing with blocks up in her room, and we could hear her talking to someone named Amy, asking her to play blocks, or telling her that her stacking was "really good!!".
When my stepdad came home later, we told him about it and he told us that he had an aunt Amy who passed away ages ago. Let it be noted that my little sister was the first child in ages for my stepdad's family, so distant family would constantly come and visit.
We live on a mountain, so one night to get her to sleep, we took a car ride. While driving back up the mountain, she pointed at the mountainside and said "what's she doing with her baby?" We couldn't see anything, and pushed it off as her being imaginative. Later we found out decades ago a woman had jumped off the mountain with her infant son."
My daughter was about 5 when she says you’re the best mommy I ever had. I said I’m the only mommy you’ve ever had. She looks at me and says no your the 3rd one but I like you the best😳— NosugarNocream (@daahlingnikki) January 28, 2018
Talk about uneasy! Hearing that story would make you wonder if there is a thing called reincarnation.
Walking with my 2-yo in a cemetery by our house. She says “mommy, who is that man in the red jacket by the stone house?” She pointed to a mausoleum. There was no one else in the cemetery. “He’s waving at me!” She waved back. “He’s coming over to talk!”— Kate, But the Tired Version (@Ardeospina) January 28, 2018
Imagine being there right next to her wondering whether to run or be polite. But the Twitter user said that her daughter hasn't mentioned any such people ever since.
This was my first.— gin. (@showupforthis) January 28, 2018
At the store. We'd had a nice day, picnic at the park.
Suddenly, he grabs my hand, squeezes REAL HARD and says, "Mama when you die, I'm gonna make a little-you so I can keep you always. Like with your skin, and eyes, but probly not your insides." All smiles.
Weird how calm the mommy was when this little kid was perfectly describing a meat mask made out of her body!
"My daughter's great-grandfather (mothers side) died in his sleep when she was 3 or so at his house. My daughter opened the front door which was not common. We asked why she opened the door and said it was for grandpa."
I was hiking alone in the woods with my son who was 7. It was eerie quiet. Out of nowhere he says “The woods demand a sacrifice.”— YOUNG MT (@MXTracy66) January 28, 2018
If it were a teen who had watched too many eerie movies, we'd understand. But a kid who has never heard that phrase before? Creepy.
"My son from the age of three always tells me about the "creeper man" who lives in my mom and dads bedroom. He brings it up after he visits them. I made the mistake once of asking what he looks like. My son said "Oh, he doesn't have a face."
"My little brother's imaginary friend, Roger, lived under our coffee table. Roger had a wife and 9 kids. Roger and his family lived peacefully alongside us for three years. One day, my little brother announced that Roger wouldn't be around anymore, since he shot and killed him and his whole family. I don't know if he remembers any of this, but his genuine lack of remorse was very disturbing."
Back in the day my younger brother used to tell us about his “other” grandparents, and the blue house they used to live in.— phenetiks (@phenetiks) January 28, 2018
After always telling him he was making it up he told our mother he could bring her there.
So, we went for a drive...
And this 5yo old little psycho gave her turn by turn directions for close to 45 minutes. We ended up 4-5 towns away at a dead end street with an abandoned blue house.— phenetiks (@phenetiks) January 28, 2018
My mom went upstairs for a nap. My middle son asked her if she was happy she’d be seeing Jesus soon.— YourFavBlackAuntie (@greendoondoon) January 28, 2018
Talk about (un)holy! Not sure how the mom felt at the moment.
"My folks' farm surrounds a cemetery, and my dad and my niece were walking down there. My niece (4) looks up and says "What's that boy doing up in that tree?" There was no boy, but she insisted there was and could describe him."