Stranger Things was the latest, most talked about horror series in a while and after movies like Annabelle, Conjuring and IT – we can easily say that kids have a better knack for the otherwise spooky world, at least more than us adults. When a kid talks to you about a ghost, it hits you right where it should and you have chills down your spine. Don’t you?
When Mikki Kendal asked the people on Twitter about what’s the creepiest thing a kid has ever said to them, the response she got was insane. People from all over the world replied with some of the scariest stories. The fact that they were all real-life incidents was what made this Twitter thread the spookiest of ’em all. So check out these tweets, now.
Walked in on my lass turning all of her stuffed animals around. Wyd?
P: I just can’t sleep with all these eyes watching me. I don’t know how you do it… pic.twitter.com/Nepkufw3qd
— talytr (@tltroup) January 28, 2018
I was was watching a prek class while the teacher was out and this little girl walked up to my belly pointed and said “There’s a little tiny baby in there. There’s a little baby right there.” I was pregnant but hadn’t told my job.
— Noonie Kat (@KitaMargarita) January 28, 2018
So many to choose from, but it would have to be the day sitting on my sofa, heard a scratching noise meant to get my attention, looked up, and saw this: pic.twitter.com/uI5XQiFUjl
— Melanie Dione (@beauty_jackson) January 28, 2018
My son, at five years old:
“Daddy, I’m gonna eat you up.”
“Yeah, I’m gonna cut you into little pieces.”
— Kevin M. Kruse (@KevinMKruse) January 28, 2018
My 20-month old son, in a strong British accent, said “Mother, I’m VERY cross with you.” We are not British and have no friends with that accent.
— Nicole Radziwill (@nicoleradziwill) January 28, 2018
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
When my twins were born one of them took longer to talk. When she did start it was in fluent Spanish. Which we don’t speak at home. Nor does anyone who had come into contact with her at that time.
— Sweet Jas Jones (@Jas_O_Mine13) January 28, 2018
I took my 4 year old nephew to see my new house. First thing he says to me after seeing the house “Tia you’re going to die in that house.” pic.twitter.com/iz4nbaoewl
— Beyonće King. (@erica_simone_) January 28, 2018
I woke up in the night. My 4yo twins standing on the end of my bed.
Me: what are you doing?
Them: You don’t see us, Mama.
We’re not here.
— Shannon Hale (@haleshannon) January 28, 2018
When my niece was 5, she touched the cross I was wearing that my late grandma gave me. She said “your grandma gave it to you.” I said she had. While she continued to admire it, I realized she wasn’t asking. I asked everyone if they told her grandma gave us crosses. No one did.
— Dani #DACA #TPS 🇯🇲 (@Dani_Knope) January 28, 2018
My daughter, from a severe brain injury when she was 11 weeks old, was in a coma for three days. For years afterward, when it rained, she would comment, “Smells like God.”
So if you ever wondered what God smells like, you’re welcome.
— Erica Mullenix (@freefringes) January 28, 2018
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
When my daughter was 2 I found her under the table with one of my husband’s old children’s books, turning pages as if she were being read to. I asked her what she was doing. She said “reading with Grandma” my husband’s mother died two years before she was born. It was her book.
— Michelle B. Young (@MichelleBYoung1) January 28, 2018
Which one of these do you think was the scariest?
News credit : Indiatimes