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#361 - cthumoo ONLINE
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(04/30/2013) [-]
I had a spooky dream once
#345 - Whetstone
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(04/30/2013) [-]
This is creepy on a different end.
In the fourth grade, my mom was visiting her friend so she brought me along. Her friend has a son who was 5 at the time. So my mom and her friend had us play for a while. Well he was a little weird. One time, he was just looking at me and he said "I wish you were a girl so I could touch your boobs".
#269 - JwBread
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(04/30/2013) [-]
My 5 year old nephew gets out of bed in the middle of the night and sits at the top of the stairs laughing and talking, and when I ask him who he's talking to, he usually says that his friend called Captain who is old talks to him. He stopped this for a few months, and then one night a few weeks ago, my 3 year old nephew started shouting at the 5 year old in the middle of the night, asking him to make Captain shut up because he couldn't sleep.
I don't like going in their room anymore.
#255 - eetukka
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(04/30/2013) [-]
The only thing that even closely resembles anything like this is that i could speak fluent english (i'm finnish) when i was 5 and when my dad asked where i learned english is said ''Mr Johnson taught me''. My dad told me recently that this Johnson was a exchange student who died in a car accident near where i was born.
#96 - solinvictus
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(04/30/2013) [-]
I use to tell random people that I was from Jupiter. They had Walmarts on Jupiter and since it was a gas planet we just farted to get around. No one ever knew how to respond to that.
#508 - jarofdirt
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(04/30/2013) [-]
Alright, here's spooky one:
>me two years ago
>spending time in our country house
>pretty much isolated from the outside world, closest house is several kilometers away
>past midnight
>still awake, can't sleep due to squeaky bed
>shadows flicker outside the window
>start getting creeped out
>blood-curdling scream, sounds like a woman getting murdered in the woods
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>barge into my parents' bedroom, yelling something about murder
>they heard it too
>arm ourselves with knives and look out the window
>turns out it was a ******* bird
>damn thing squeals again and flies off into the dark
>can't sleep for the rest of the night, still pretty rattled
>I swore it sounded like a banshee
#513 to #508 - mattdoggy
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(04/30/2013) [-]
i've also heard those birds, it'll make the hair stand up on your neck.
Not quite as bad as a panther scream though, that'll make you piss yourself
#440 - TATTYBOJANGLES
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I've had a few extremely creepy experiences in my life. They started after a relationship I had with a girl who suffered with sleep paralysis & night terrors. Long story short, she would be terrorized in her dreams by a old man in a bowler hat, then the paralysis would set in and she'd be strangled by a horrible old woman who sat on her chest pinning her down. Nothing out of the ordinary there, until I woke up one night while she was having an attack and I saw them too. We broke up shortly after that. I actually wrote a creepy pasta based on what happened to us. That was hands down the most terrifying thing that ever happened to me in my life.

I'm pretty sure there's a ghost in my parents house too. When I was younger I was staying up late watching TV in the living room, when a lamp fell as if it had been thrown across the room. This was a big lamp, made of metal, on the center of a table, not a coffee table, a dining room sized table.
Also, the bathroom light will turn on in the middle of the night by itself, then you can hear footsteps walking down the hallway.
The thing that disturbs me about that the most is that my Dad who is militantly atheist, not a believer in spirituality in any way shape or form, has seen a ghost standing in front of him in the living room.
#422 - dinosaurballs
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(04/30/2013) [-]
My baby sister who's barely 1 year old screams something that sounds like,"LEEDLE LEEDLE LEEDLE LEE!" when I don't play her favorite cartoon. It's as if she's threatening to summon The Flying Dutchmen or something..
#588 to #422 - ifuckedadogonce
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(05/01/2013) [-]
I THINK I JUST PISSED MYSELF FROM LAUGHING SO HARD.
#354 - themuffinmaan
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(04/30/2013) [-]
moral of the story, don't reproduce.
#315 - SirFail
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(04/30/2013) [-]
i can remember this so clearly it freaks me out to the point of panic sometimes:
When i was 5 i used to come down stairs in the morning around 6 to watch cartoons before school. One day i was sat watching scooby doo and my mothers candle set on the fire place shattered. I got up to see what had happened when i heard a tapping on the window. i turned and see 3 long bony talon-fingers reaching up from below the window (outside) and they were steadily tapping against the glass. Soon another set appeared and the gripped the window and pulled. A giant misshapen black leathery body covered in scars and blood pulled itself into my view and resting on its shoulders was a a mans head with huge wolf-like ears with a bone white mask(v for vendetta style without the guy fawkes face that cut off just below the nose) huge teeth, too big for him to close his mouth fully, dripping with dark liquid, i could see his eyes like smoldering coals staring at me through the holes in the mask. i literally was catatonic at this point not caring i was standing on glass or that i was hyperventilating. it stared it me then opened its mouth wider and clenched its talons into a spear head shape and pulled back. it was at this point i screamed, ran out the room upstairs into my mothers room and dived into her quilts where i eventually sobbed myself to sleep. Days later, a child was found mauled supposedly by a wild dog. Needless to say im rather afraid of ground floor windows/mirrors at night time now while on my own at least in case something like that happens again.
#330 to #315 - SirFail
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I have more too. Im the youngest(18) sibling with my brother(42) being the eldest(also got a sister ,37, and another bro, 40. so needless to say i have plenty of creepy moments from my nieces and nephews who i had to baby sit the eldest is two months younger than me. Heres another that scared the **** out of me. So we moved house to a new one and since we had no internet or anything set up we told scary storis to pass the time. My mum told me of our old house. apparently my old bedroom had been the scene of an attempted murder of my mums friend. she says her friend had gone to the upstairs toilet when my mom heard a choking grunting sound. my mum ran upstairs to find her friend pressed against 'my' bed clutching at her throat and my mom ran to her and grabbed her she vomited onto my mom and spluttered back to life. my moms friend said she had heard a child crying(thinking it might have been me, 8 at the time, but i was at my sisters) and went to see what was wrong when she felt something grasp her throat and push her onto the bed. my mom didnt feel the need to tell me this while i still slept in that room..
#308 - nanapopo [OP]
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Wow this comment section progressed better than I could ever have imagined.  You guys have some creepy ass stories. -OP
Wow this comment section progressed better than I could ever have imagined. You guys have some creepy ass stories. -OP
#293 - yoloswaggins
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(04/30/2013) [-]
This comment section is legit spooky as ****.   
   
gif... related?
This comment section is legit spooky as ****.

gif... related?
#231 - heeveejeevees
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(04/30/2013) [-]
My younger brother was still a year old when he learned how to count and speak fluently. At first we thought he was born genius and we asked him how he does that. He said " Mr.gumgum taught me to count and speak everyday." as he points to a wall that resembles a face.
#260 to #231 - nustix ONLINE
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(04/30/2013) [-]
Isn't it really common for children to have an imaginairy friend? He might still be a genius but he made it game of it with an imaginary friend?
#284 to #260 - heeveejeevees
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(04/30/2013) [-]
yea except his imaginary friend was a spooky ass talking wall.
#324 to #284 - thebrothersmachado
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(04/30/2013) [-]
yeah **** that wall who cares if the kid becomes a ruh tard No scary wall is teaching my kid ****
#342 to #324 - heeveejeevees
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(04/30/2013) [-]
no **** brah
#213 - goondas
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(04/30/2013) [-]
I missread the very first line as "I was ******* in my two year old."

Wut?
#173 - huszti
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(04/30/2013) [-]
when i last visited my daughter (nearly 3 years old; she's living with my ex, 500km away from me) she said (translated):
"Fear" (she always just says "fear" when she's afraid of something)
"what do you fear?"
"Mum"

that really gave me chills.
#180 to #173 - nockae
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(04/30/2013) [-]
Must be the language.
#182 to #180 - huszti
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(04/30/2013) [-]
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#185 to #182 - nockae
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(04/30/2013) [-]
What? I didn't find it scary or whatever, so i figured it's probably more scary in whatever language you speak.
#188 to #185 - huszti
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(04/30/2013) [-]
it was rather scary for me because i know her mum is kinda irresponsible. i am concerned because while we were still a couple and lived together she did some really crazy ****.
#190 to #188 - nockae
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(04/30/2013) [-]
Oh makes sense then.
Have a cat.
#192 to #190 - huszti
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(04/30/2013) [-]
that's one cute little ******.   
   
thanks for the cat and have a nice day/evening/night
that's one cute little ******.

thanks for the cat and have a nice day/evening/night
#158 - jtwagner
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(04/30/2013) [-]
My wife has a video of her as a child telling her mom about how she was a fighter pilot and she crashed in the pacific. She was 3 at the time.
#111 - demandsgayversion
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(04/30/2013) [-]
>be me, 9 years old
>bit of a bully
>pick on kid, let's call him Jeremy
>quiet kid, never talks
>creepy, always drawing pictures of dead people
>that's why he's picked on
>see picture of him on top of a mountain, bloody people at the bottom
>amazingly detailed, one of the kids looks like me
>stupid little kid brain trying to pick a fight to be tough
>"You think I'll be dead at the bottom of the mountain, let's go outside and fight!"
>kid doesn't say anything
>I start pushing him at recess
>teacher lady comes to break up the fight
>he bites her in the tit and punches me in the face
>suspended
>he comes back in a couple days
>comes up to me
>"thank you"
>>Jeremy spoke in class today
>>King Jeremy the wicked
>>Ruled his world
#178 to #111 - anon
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(04/30/2013) [-]
Saw that one coming as soon as you said "mountain"
#522 to #111 - gloomysunday
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(04/30/2013) [-]
Saw it coming. Well done.
#97 - ilovemyguns
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I was babysitting (gay job but whatever **** you) and the kid, who was ~2 1/2, said "I remember when I was the daddy and daddy was the my spot."
#532 to #97 - burningsmurfs
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(04/30/2013) [-]
The my spot? I am not making fun but is that by chance a typo? Freaky either way though.
#85 - fancys
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(04/30/2013) [-]
I apparently carved a face (not a smiley or anything) into a wall. It's still there, and looks really ******* weird.
I used to sleep with my eyes open. God I was one ****** up child..
#108 to #85 - aurelianopeachdoor
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(04/30/2013) [-]
wat
#14 - lesmiserables
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(04/29/2013) [-]
Once I was baby-sitting my brothers, they had been bugging me all day, so at 9 I told them to stop playing games and go to bed, but my oldest little brother (he was 7) wouldn't and just continued playing, so I carried him to bed, while he was screaming. He was fake crying for 15 minutes, then he just sat up, looked me dead in the eye and said he was going to piss in my mouth when I fell asleep. He fell asleep 4 hours after.