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User avatar #593 - aririnkitaku ONLINE (05/01/2013) [-]
There was once this time when I had a 30-Minute power cut.

Creepy stuff I tell you.
User avatar #590 - edzero (05/01/2013) [-]
Hm hm hm hm hm hm...
The child of darkness shall gather together once more...
You can't escape the inevidable fate humans...YOU WIL DIE!!!
DIE!! DIE!!! DIE!!! DIE!!! DIE!!! DIE!!
*bsod*
#577 - grantika (05/01/2013) [+] (3 replies)
User avatar #582 to #580 - grantika (05/01/2013) [-]
doesn't mean you have to be a DICK.
User avatar #540 - Daemmerung (04/30/2013) [-]
I think the weirdest stuff that has happened to me... well... I wouldn't call it deja vu. Usually, when I sleep, my dreams aren't really that memorable. Just bland, if I remember them at all. However, on occasion, I will have an incredibly vivid, realistic dream. Everything is clear down to the smallest details, from the time on the nearest clock, to the pattern of clouds outside and the position of the sun. During these vivid dreams, I'm usually partaking in a conversation with someone, not necessarily people I have ever seen/met before. I then wake-up, and can recall the dream for the next few days. That's not the weird part, though. Where this gets strange is, almost without fail, these events occur. Usually it is weeks, months, or on a few occasions, years down the line, but, they come to fruition almost every time, down to every detail, including, again, even the shape/position of the clouds outside. Once would be coincidence, twice is just weird, but now that it has happened at least 20 times (the latest occurrence was a week and a half ago), I really don't know what to think. If only it'd show me glimpses of useful things, right?
#526 - burningsmurfs ONLINE (04/30/2013) [-]
This topic has more people still online that I have ever seen and I have determined it is because they can't stop reading/too afraid to sleep now cuz of these stories. Our faces when we think of going to bed.
This topic has more people still online that I have ever seen and I have determined it is because they can't stop reading/too afraid to sleep now cuz of these stories. Our faces when we think of going to bed.
#502 - hentaisweetie (04/30/2013) [-]
I have a 4 year old niece who is very happy. One day I was playing with her in the hallway and she just randomly and cheerfully blurts out "I got my head cut off!". I asked her what she meant and she didn't go into detail. I told my sister but she just brushed it off. So when my mom came home I told her and she seemed really intrigued by it. After my sister and niece went home my mother said she had a nightmare the previous night in which she found my niece decapitated in the woods and hadn't told anyone about that dream. So that's why she seemed so shocked by it.
User avatar #405 - madalice (04/30/2013) [-]
My birthday made by creepy things children say. Awesome. lol
#366 - anonymous (04/30/2013) [+] (3 replies)
My mom has told me many times how when i was little, i kept asking her stuff like ' where is the 2nd Sun?' or apparently about the 'small silver men that visit me often'..
#369 to #366 - andovaredoras (04/30/2013) [-]
Aww forgot to log in :/   
   
Also remembered another strange thing:   
   
I had (still have a bit) memories and ''images'' of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. I could describe them when i was like 5 or 6, and around the age of 10 i even had dreams about them. at first i thought it was nothing, but then i saw an illustration in a history book that was exactly like what i had described and dreamt about..
Aww forgot to log in :/

Also remembered another strange thing:

I had (still have a bit) memories and ''images'' of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. I could describe them when i was like 5 or 6, and around the age of 10 i even had dreams about them. at first i thought it was nothing, but then i saw an illustration in a history book that was exactly like what i had described and dreamt about..
#337 - neoexdeath (04/30/2013) [-]
Holy **** .

I'd still hit it, but still, holy **** .
#301 - shiningblossom (04/30/2013) [-]
Mine sister sleep walked during the night and one night we were at the caravan, I was sat up watching TV (she's 8 years younger than me) and she walked through and pee'd all over the kitchen floor, I walked over to see her and looked up through her mess of hair, screamed and attacked me. Eventually got a hold of her and took her back to bed *bad dream* cleaned up. I decided to go to bed about 2 hours later and she was stood next to my bed (we have different rooms) and she had my camping knife and she swung at me.
Next morning she was talking about my wee brother - her elder brother - who died at birth, saying she had been playing with him the night before... She also said they tried to kill me...
Well, **** that **** . She was 3 at the time. About a fortnight later she was at nursery and set a fire, big ass bonfire. Blamed "the man with the tight crumpled skin" which we took as a man with burn injuries...
#296 - anonymous (04/30/2013) [+] (1 reply)
>Be me 2 years ago>Have a little 2 year old sister that can barely talk and an older sister. >One day both my parents are working so me and my sis had to watch my little sis. She never went to bed without my mom so at around 8pm we were still in the living room watching tv. > Notice that my little sister was looking at our hallway (she was sitting on my lap btw) >Suddenly, she puts her head on my chest as fast as she can and closes her eyes.
>Look at the hallway, see nothing.
>Get a littel scared and ask my little sis whats wrong.
> She wont talk, so i try to grab her but her little hands clinge to my shirt, as if shes holding for her life.
>Get ******* scared at this point, think she saw someone.
>Eventually my sister closes the door and my little sis acts like NOTHING happened.
> This happens whenever shes in the living room at night.
>Last year we moved out that house, when we were outside our house my lilsis said: 'that girl was scary, im happy we go to a newhouse"
O___O MFW
#312 to #296 - thebrothersmachado (04/30/2013) [-]
thanks for the goosebumps...:o
#271 - Xyhpon (04/30/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Apparently I sleep talk really bad sometimes and people have had full conversations with me (which I have no recollection of). Other times I've been known to grunt, mumble or have angry conversations with myself. Once I decided to pass out pretty early and woke my friend up from laughing very slowly and creepily for about 3 minutes. He wasn't able to sleep at all for the rest of the night and since then will only come over if he can have the tv on. Not exactly creepy but I find it kind of funny.
User avatar #270 - gingershavetrolls (04/30/2013) [-]
I have a cousin like that. When he was like 3, he would tell us about his wife called Lathika. He said that the army took her away and he is never going to see her again. He's now 20 and doesn't ever remember saying anything like that. We're a Sri Lankan Buddhist family, so we believe that it is indeed from a prior life. We don't know any slutbag called Lathika.
User avatar #247 - Gandalfthewhite (04/30/2013) [-]
apparently when i was really young i used to talk about how i was shot in the war and died
User avatar #196 - androanomaly (04/30/2013) [-]
When I was real young I would tell my parents about my "imaginary friend". How he was afraid because he thought my dad was a ghost buster. I'd lock myself in the closet and talk to him for hours. My dad claims he even saw my friend at the foot of his bed one night.
#169 - sheepysquirrel (04/30/2013) [+] (2 replies)
My niece (who at the time was 3) used to walk up to a drawing my brothers friend did on his wall (when people visit they sign and write on his wall for some reason) and she would stand there looking at it in the eyes like she was having an actual conversation.   
I felt that was pretty creepy but it got worse.   
   
She started talking about an imaginary friend of hers. When asking her who she was talking to one day I asked her more about the friend.   
   
Idr all the details but she said the friend is a little girl about 3-4 ft tall. She said she has long black hair, a white dress, green nails, no eyes, and white/green skin. She said she lives underneath my brothers bed (other brother, not her dad) and comes out during the night to wander the house. She also said the little girl was murdered by her dad.    
   
This freaks me out slightly but she hasn't said much about her in a while now though I don't pay much attention to her since she isn't my kid. Anytime I asked her about it she told me the exact same thing.
My niece (who at the time was 3) used to walk up to a drawing my brothers friend did on his wall (when people visit they sign and write on his wall for some reason) and she would stand there looking at it in the eyes like she was having an actual conversation.
I felt that was pretty creepy but it got worse.

She started talking about an imaginary friend of hers. When asking her who she was talking to one day I asked her more about the friend.

Idr all the details but she said the friend is a little girl about 3-4 ft tall. She said she has long black hair, a white dress, green nails, no eyes, and white/green skin. She said she lives underneath my brothers bed (other brother, not her dad) and comes out during the night to wander the house. She also said the little girl was murdered by her dad.

This freaks me out slightly but she hasn't said much about her in a while now though I don't pay much attention to her since she isn't my kid. Anytime I asked her about it she told me the exact same thing.
User avatar #157 - mrgoodlove (04/30/2013) [-]
OP it'd be great if you could find some more like this.
#144 - filipnocd (04/30/2013) [-]
I'm doing some college ennoblement stuff and I'm kind of a pussy when it comes to these kinds of things. I can't resist. But now I have to go downstairs while everyone is asleep and print sheit for my enrollment. **** you OP I think I'll just do it tomorrow. But then again thank you, I haven't been creeped out in a while and I kind of like it. It makes me sleep better at night in a way.
User avatar #15 - kirbyking (04/29/2013) [-]
I apparently once snuck into my parents room when my dad was taking a nap from working all night, climbed the bed and woke him up by hovering over him and whispering "A knife can kill you faster than a gun..." and running away. I was 4.
#5 - voltjr (04/29/2013) [-]
I don't know why i was reminded of this... but it somehow made me feel better after seeing it.   
   
   
   
I am a very sick person.
I don't know why i was reminded of this... but it somehow made me feel better after seeing it.



I am a very sick person.
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