32 More of the Creepiest Things Ever Said by Kids
Two years ago my door bell rang. When I answered there was a little kid 4 or 5 standing there that I didn’t recognize. Before I could say anything, she yelled “just so you know it’s your turn to die!” and she disappeared around the corner again. I followed but couldn’t see her anywhere. Luckily I didn’t die.
My 5 year old handed me a rock and said, “You can use this for your grave.”
My daughter when we were home alone one night, “mommy, who’s that man on the ceiling?”
My kids ( ages 5,4,&3) are constantly talking about the “bloody girls” in their rooms. They each go into detail about them. Their names… Their clothes, what they talk about. It started when my oldest had just turned three. He said that they had been in a small green car, that fell in the water. The water turned red and their mommy and daddy were really sad. He said they liked their rooms because they have fun toys.
My son (3 at the time) threw a huge tantrum when we were trying to leave the house because he “didn’t want to crash and die”. After about 10 minutes he just stopped and was ready to go. As we were walking out of the house there was a very bad accident on the street in front of our house – right where we would have been driving if he hadn’t thrown his fit.
“The shadow man keeps talking to me at my window.”
My almost 4 year old burst in on me in the bathroom. When I screamed for her to get out, he said, “Mommy, it’s just a coochy. I see them all the time!”
I was reading a story to my daughter when she suddenly slammed it shut, point to the empty doorway, and screamed “you get out of here! You’ve killed enough people!”
My 2yr old talks and walks in his sleep. About a month after his second birthday I heard him talking in his sleep in the middle of the night so I thought aww cute I will go listen. Peeked in and he was sitting bolt upright in bed eyes wide open hands folded in lap. He said, “naughty mummy. Naughty daddy. No more mummy, no more daddy.” Then he laughed really creepily lay down and started snoring.
“I need to get my hands on a giant penis so I can put this fire out all the way!”
After finding a dead baby bird in the driveway from a nest up above, my 4 year old told me he knows where to bury it so it will come back alive.
“Daddy, when can we get rid of that kid hanging in my closet?” I asked her what she was talking about and she told me all about a teenage boy who was hanging by a belt around his neck in her closet. I went to her closet there was nothing there, and she said he only is there when I’m not around.
My son was crying in bed at 3 am and tells us he is afraid because there is a man in his bed. We ask him about the man and tell him to ask the man to go away. The following day he tells us the man’s name is Frank…my husband’s uncle who died the night before. Also later that week we were driving along in our van in complete silence and my son said “Frank’s here.”
“There are three dead kids buried in our back yard. They told me where we can find them.”
My child comes into the house with a baby gecko latched onto his finger. He proudly says “Look Mom he likes my finger.” I say “Get him out before he gets loose in the house” My 3yr old then says “No. Im going to put him in the drawer with all the baby frogs.” “What drawer has all the baby frogs in it?” “Ummmm…the one in your closet.” he says. I recovered 3 baby frogs from my bathing suit drawer.
My brother was giving all the kids candy. One of my daughter’s friends was over and my brother asked her, “you want some candy little girl?” She said, “you’re supposed to be behind a bush when you say that”
My son was crying in his room saying mummy Elmo keeps talking to me, I went in his room and tickle me Elmo was laughing…..ummm he had no batteries!!
My five year old son once looked up at me while we were watching a movie and said, “I think I remember coming out of your no-no.”
“Mommy, there’s a kid covered in blood in my bedroom and he won’t go away.”
My son, Mason, told my fiancé he was going to cut his heart out and eat it.. He’s 3.
The first time I brought my boyfriend over, my daughter walked over (she was three), looked him dead in the eyes, and said, “I think it’s a good idea to take your pants off now.”
When my son was three he told me that he really likes his new daddy, he’s really nice. My husband is his one and only daddy. I asked “Why is that?” He replied “My old daddy was really mean. He stabbed me in the back and I died. But I really like my new daddy, he’d never do that to me.”
My 4yo shook me awake one night and asked if she could sleep with me because tonight the old woman at the window was being mean for some reason.
An 8 year old I used to teach had a hard time with eye contact and appropriate touch. He looked me straight in the eyes one morning, not missing a beat, and told me, “you know, I think you’d look a lot better if you were dead in my basement.”
My 7-year-old son asked me, “So, Mom, when I’m 41 like you, how old will you be?” I replied, “I’ll be 75.” Without missing a beat, my 5-year-old daughter added, “Or dead.”
Last week i asked my kids what they wanted for Christmas. My son said “For Christmas i want you to live forever” then my daughter says “I’d rather have a pink ipod.”
My six year old was crying in her bedroom. It took lots of asking and she finally told me that a strange man had shown up and told her that I would be dead before midnight.
“Mom, why is that lady from the cemetery sitting in my room?”
A friends daughter (3 years old at the time) told my friend in a very quiet voice: ” I will put a towel over your face and send you to live with Jesus!”
“Aren’t you gonna say hi to Uncle Chris?” By my 3 year old when I was watching her jumping on the trampoline….Uncle Chris drowned in the lake 9 years before she was even born, and nobody in our family talks about it, ever. I asked her where he was and she pointed to the garage and said” He tells me to be careful” Whoa….
As she pointed to the old wood stove in the middle of our front room: “Jimmy said that was where he did it.” I asked her who Jimmy was and what he was talking about, she said “Jimmy is the guy who comes and talks to me at night. He said he killed his mom right there.” My daughter was five.
Yep. Mighty creepy.
TopGear Lancia stratos kitcar Stig lap
Published on Mar 27, 2012
A mighty poor kit car. LOL
But it looks nice.
The Troll Bridge
“Don’t be a pussy, Ryan! Just do it!”
I would’ve rather stuck my head in a blender and turned that shit on puree than do this, but I didn’t have a choice. It was either go across the bridge or be called a pussy the rest of my life. Or at least until the end of the summer. When you’re eleven, there’s really not much of a difference.
The only way to end this endless teasing was to cross the troll bridge. Well, we called it the troll bridge. We weren’t sure what it was really called back then. It wasn’t anything special, just a small stone bridge that went over a creek just outside of town. It wasn’t used much anymore, it wasn’t big enough for a car to go over and there was talk of tearing it down, but it just never got done.
I was scared of my own shadow back in the day, but there was just something about that bridge that put off any sane person. Maybe it was how solid your steps sounded when you walked across or how you swore you could hear dripping water, even during a hot, dry summer like that year.
Kids would say a troll lived under there. Which really was a ridiculous notion, the ditch underneath carved itself ever deeper every year during the spring floods but it still wasn’t deep enough for a giant troll. Still though, stories about a half blind, drooling monster from your worst nightmares ready to grab any passerby was enough for me to keep my distance.
But the kids made it a rite of passage. Cross the bridge and come back. Some of the more daring kids would stick their arm over the edge to taunt the troll into grabbing them.
I was the only kid who hadn’t done it yet. Darren was the one who practically dragged me there on that boiling summer afternoon. I felt like I was about to be baked alive, the back of my neck already felt stiff and tender with a sunburn. He gave me a shove and I nearly fell on my face.
I swallowed. “I’ll do it, I’ll do it!”
Darren nodded and crossed his arms, everyone’s eyes on me as I stood at the troll bridge.
Just there and back, I told myself, and maybe they’ll finally leave me alone.
My intent was to leg it as fast as I could. Like ripping off a band aid, the trick was to do it quickly. First pass I did just that. I reached the end before I knew it, turning around and throwing my hands in the air. I did get a few cheers but Darren was less than impressed, just staring me down as I began the return journey.
I came to a stop when I heard music.
My mom was making me take violin lessons at the time and it had become habit to listen carefully if I heard it playing on her CD player or if there was a busker at the local farmer’s market. But this wasn’t a CD or an amateur. This music sounded almost ethereal with how perfect it was. And much to my shock, it was coming from right under my feet.
Forgetting about my friends waiting for me at the other side, I walked to the side and stuck my head over the edge. I heard their startled gasps as I teetered a bit, trying to get a look at the musician making that delightful sound.
On first glance I thought they were a woman, their nearly white blond hair was so long it almost reached to their thighs and they were startlingly beautiful. They weren’t wearing a shirt though and they were absolutely a dude. They didn’t have shoes and only wore mud spattered jeans. Their violin was pristine, the brown wood shining as the bow hummed across the strings. The man sat near a puddle, eyes closed as he continued to play.
“Ryan, what are you doing!? We get it already, let’s go!”
Darren’s irritated voice shook me from my daze and I stood back up, sheepishly walking back to my friends. Somehow the few feet of difference made it impossible to hear the violinist. It didn’t matter though, everyone was cheering me on and clapping my back. Even Darren looked upon me approvingly, a rare occasion indeed. The sound of an ice cream truck in the distance caught our attention and ten minutes later we were all enjoying a delicious frozen treat and all talk of the bridge was forgotten.
But I didn’t forget the violinist. And I couldn’t forget how perfect his music was.
The next day was supposed to be my lesson, but Mr. Birk had come down with the flu so I was free to do what I wished with my time.
So I chose to go back to the troll bridge. Alone.
I was lucky I didn’t break my neck sliding down the bank, even more so that I didn’t accidentally drop my violin case. My mom would’ve blown her top if I’d broken the damn thing.
My perilous journey had not been in vain, as the moment my feet touched the ground I heard the music. I looked up and there he was. The violinist.
He clearly knew I was there, judging by his smirk, but he paid me no mind as I walked through the empty river bed up to him. I almost reached the puddle next to where he sat when I came to a stop. I don’t know why exactly I stopped, I suppose some instinct deep inside told me I should go no further. Or maybe it was common sense not to get too close to the weirdo with the long hair playing a violin under a bridge.
So instead I opened up my violin case and presented it to him. “Hey, um… I play too,” I said, my voice shaking.
The violinist’s playing came to an abrupt stop and he looked up at me. My skin crawled as I stared back into his eyes. I’m not quite sure what was wrong with them, it was like the river blue color of the iris had started to bleed into the whites of his eyes, making them unnatural in appearance. “… Show me,” he said, sounding breathless in his excitement.
And so with shaky hands I managed to squawk out ‘Happy Birthday’ to this incredibly talented man. My cheeks were probably bright red when I finished. I felt ashamed that I’d performed for someone so incredibly talented.
The violinist was quiet for a moment before raising his hands to clap. “Bravo, bravo! It’s been so long that I’ve had someone play for me, it’s a real treat. Would you like me to show you some things?” He said.
I couldn’t nod any more vigorously and he laughed, picking up his own violin and starting to play.
I was there until the sun was going down. My fingers were cramping and my arms ached but I was learning so much. I only realized so much time had gone on by when I looked up and saw the sky was turning orange. “Crap! My mom’s gonna kill me, I’m late for dinner!” I hurried to pack away my violin. “Sorry for taking up so much of your time, can I come back next week?” I’d been having so much fun that I never even bothered to ask his name.
“I’m afraid, my little friend, that next week you should stay as far away from my bridge as you can.”
The man was now beside me, tilting up my chin as he shook his head. His eyes seemed to be an even deeper blue now that it was starting to get dark. “You’re just lucky you did everything right, not knowing who you come to. But it’s going to rain next week, and it will rain heavily. So keep your distance, because next time your luck will not save you,” He said.
The heat of the day didn’t take away from the chill that shot down my spine. I only nodded wordlessly before bolting, clambering out of the river bed and scraping my arms up something good before I ran home. As predicted my mom was about to send out the dogs for me and I was just lucky she didn’t send me to bed with no supper.
I’m not sure what else I expected coming from a crazy guy living under a bridge. But his weather prediction ran true. Storms and pouring rain. All week. I imagine that river bed overflowed with raging water.
My mom woke me up early on Friday morning to tell me the news. Darren and another of my friends Jacob had drowned last night.
The theory was that they’d gone down to play and one of them fell in. The other tried to help them out and ended up getting washed away as well. During the funeral all I could think about was the violinist under the bridge. Had he drowned too? They hadn’t found another body, but he could’ve just been washed away.
I didn’t make the same mistake that Darren did. I waited until the water levels went down a bit before heading back to the troll bridge. It wasn’t close to overflowing anymore, instead it was just a small stream that probably wouldn’t go above your ankles. I crossed the bridge and listened carefully. All was silent except for the sound of bubbling water for a few minutes.Then I heard the violin once more.
I ducked my head over the edge and looked down. There he was, still playing, his feet resting in the water. I felt relieved and almost called out to him when I realized he had something stashed behind him. A bright red bicycle.
Darren’s bright red bicycle.
I didn’t stick around. I took off running and never looked back. I never went back to that bridge and I never will.
As I’ve become an adult, I’ve found out two things about our little town. One, that we’ve always had an abnormally high amount of drownings for the area. It’s not uncommon to lose five or six people a year, sometimes more, usually children or women. Unusually it doesn’t even have to be a flooding season for people to die, all there needs to be is a few inches of water for a body to turn up. And two, that bridge had a name before we called it the troll bridge.
It was the Nixie Bridge. Named after a creature that lurked underneath, playing his violin to lure in those who were foolish enough to listen to his song.
Alfa Romeo Tubolare Zagato-1.
Photo by @beardedmugmedia.
This will be at the Greenwich Concours on June 1 and 2 which is featuring cars built by Zagato.
Joe Bonamassa “Redemption” Official Music Video
Published on Jun 27, 2018
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Just So Very, Very Beautiful…
Christone “KINGFISH” Ingram at The Double Decker Festival – Full Performance
Published on Apr 28, 2016
Full performance from The Double Decker Festival on 4/23/16 in Oxford Mississippi.
Lawd, have Mercy, this dude is INCREDIBLE!
Actually, that title’s just a figure of speech, because I certainly can believe it.
Many friends say that I’m super-smart, but they don’t know that 99.9% of the things I do are utter failures. These things run the gamut of literally everything done during the course of a day. Yes… everything.
For the past 50+ years.
It makes me cry.
It makes me want to die.
Published on Aug 23, 2014
Wow, another spectacular artist who is new to me.
It is uncomfortable being a hermit and I would love to break free. I doubt that will ever happen, though. My brain is just not right.
Below is a minute-long solo that was my introduction to this man just a few minutes ago…
Published on Nov 17, 2008
Steve Rothery of Marillion playing the solo from “This Strange Engine.”
5 Real Life Encounters That Could Prove Dinosaurs Still Exist
Published on Aug 13, 2018
5 real life encounters that could prove dinosaurs still exist. We take a look at these 5 dinosaur sightings that could prove they exist. Over the years explorers have encountered mysterious creatures and some of these descriptions remind some of dinosaurs. So in this video we take a look at 5 encounters with mysterious creatures that could prove dinosaurs still exist.
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8 Real Life Sightings & Encounters With Prehistoric Creatures | Compilation
Published on Jun 2, 2018
8 real life sightings & encounters with prehistoric creatures | compilation. We take a look at some real life sightings with prehistoric animals. Over the years many people have come forward with alleged encounter of prehistoric creatures. In this video we take a look at some of the best examples.
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5 Real Life Encounters With Giant Spiders That Cannot Be Explained
Published on Feb 22, 2019
5 real life encounters with giant spiders that cannot be explained | compilation. We take a look at these 5 real life encounters with giant spiders that cannot be explained. Over the years people have come forward and said they’ve encountered giant spiders. These creatures are usually seen in remote places of the, one place is the Congo. Here these giant spiders go by the name jba fofi j’ba fofi or the Congolese giant spider. Some of these encounters include explores witnessing spiders that are over 4 ft in diameter. One alleged spider was seen inside a web that was over 30ft in diameter. However not everyone is convinced these giant creatures exist. Some have put forward the argument that a spiders body physically wouldn’t be able to hold the weight. This is due to the fact that spiders have a simple respiratory system that limits the size that they can reach.
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5 Mysterious Jungle Discoveries That Cannot Be Explained
Published on Mar 16, 2019
5 mysterious jungle discoveries that cannot be explained. We take a look at these mysterious jungle discoveries that cannot be explained. Amidst dense vegetation are hidden worlds with complex creatures and more hidden artifacts and civilizations than anywhere else in the world combined. This leaves millions of undiscovered species all throughout the worlds dense jungles and forests housing these hidden creatures as well as ancient civilizations and other impossible to detect phenomena occurring in the middle of these dense greeneries. So today, here at unexplained mysteries, we will be going over 5 mysterious jungle discoveries that cannot be explained and what they could mean for the residents living in the area.
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Back in the day, well, in the evening of the morning of the day, I’d never have opened these, simply because of the titles… but… I am glad I watch them now in the morning of my geezerhood, simply because they are quite well done and not at all gushy or sensational. Diggin’ it.
Hellboy by JeeHyung lee
Did you know that cement company @Cemex’s ‘high impact social strategy’ harms millions of Palestinians? It has factories in 4 illegal Israeli settlements & sells material for the Wall, military checkpoints, the settlements. Today is #CemexDay: #StopCemex’s dirty business now.
Mexican cement giant holds #CemexDay – we call it #StopCemex day. A UN report denounced @Cemex for committing grave human rights abuses. They own 4 plants in illegal settlements and sell materials for the Wall, settlements, military checkpoints. DivestNow! bit.ly/2W7loVu
200+ Latin American movements said #StopCemex in 2017. On #CemexDay 2019 the campaign is going global until the cement company stops operating in Israel’s illegal settlements, selling cement for the Wall, military checkpoints and the settlements. stopcemex.org/
That’s more like it…
Sometimes one is a bit off on the line…
I have blatantly stolen this post from Karl 12 and ATS in the interests of giving some base reference material to the newest UFOlogists. I know they’re real, I’ve seen a dozen or more.
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“The Air Force had put out a secret order for its pilots to capture UFOs. For the last six months we have been working with a congressional committee investigating official secrecy concerning proof that UFOs are real machines under intelligent…..”
Major Donald Keyhoe, during a live TV broadcast on CBS in 1958 in which he was pulled from the air when he began to deviate from the prepared format of the programme.
Major Donald Keyhoe’s archives have now been made available free on line – for those who don’t know of him he was a very important chap in the history of UFO research and co-founder of the NICAP organisation in 1956.
The archives cover a great deal of topics involved with the UFO subject such as historical and global reports, government documents, scientific papers, police encounters, newspaper articles etc.. as well as coverage of specific UFO incidents and press conferences from the Pentagon and U.N.
They also contain some very interesting interviews and comments from such people as Dr James E. Mcdonald, Hermann Oberth, Jan Aldrich, Francis Ridge, Ted Bloecher, Wendy Connors, Barry Greenwood etc.. and observations about government sponsered UFO panels like the Condon committee and Robertson Panel.
“The Keyhoe Archives includes significant UFO research material from Major Donald Keyhoe, Richard Hall, the Fund for UFO Research, Isabel Davis, Ted Bloecher, Dr. James McDonald, Marshall Cleaver..
Donald Keyhoe graduated from the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD, in 1920, with a BS degree and a commission as a second lieutenant in the USMC. Keyhoe became a Naval aviator, piloting both balloons and airplanes in the period between the World Wars. After a flying accident in Guam he was medically retired from the military. During World War II he was recalled to active duty with the rank of major in the USMC.
When the first “flying saucer” sightings were reported in June,1947, Keyhoe, an experienced pilot, was skeptical. True asked him to investigate UFOs in 1949. He interviewed numerous pilots as well as military officers in the Pentagon. Keyhoe discovered that expert observers had seen the unexplained discs, many at close range. His article “Flying Saucers Are Real” in the January,1950 issue of True became one of the most widely read and discussed articles in publishing history, and caused a sensation. In January, 1950, the article was expanded into a paperback book. In 1957, Keyhoe became Director of the newly formed National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP) in Washington, DC. Under Keyhoe’s leadership NICAP gave serious publicity to the UFO phenomena throughout the 1960s and encouraged subsequent Congressional hearings.
Many thanks to Karl 12 for this. Enjoy the riches, eh?
Some people thought it was a hoax when pictures began spreading across social media earlier this week.
But officials say it is no hoax.
That is one huge gator. Not the biggest ever found, but still too big for comfort. It had been living in an irrigation ditch. It was in bad health and sadly had to be put down.
Is it real? Officials say this massive Georgia gator definitely is
Published on Mar 1, 2019
This 13 foot 4 inch alligator was found in an irrigation ditch off of Lake Blackshear in Sumter County, Georgia.
It must have been quite elderly to get that big. Poor thing. Lots of bad chemicals in irrigation ditches these days. My heart goes out to it.
From my sources (link above):
An average adult American alligator’s weight and length is 360 kg (790 lb) and 4 m (13 ft), but they sometimes grow to 4.4 m (14 ft) long and weigh over 450 kg (990 lb).
There is quite a bit of forced perspective involved in that shot.
But he is a big ‘un.
I noticed that as well… the guy is probably 10 feet behind the gator.