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When I was in 3rd grade I was a latchkey kid (had to stay at home alone in the afternoon). One night I watched "Unsolved Mysteries" and it was about aliens. The next day I came home from school and was terrified to go in the house because I just KNEW the aliens were waiting for me. After tip-toeing around for a while, I finally went in the house. It left my mind for a little while until I heard a noise (the house creaked) and I freaked out! I called my mom at work and told her that the aliens were there to take me away. Needless to say, she wasn't too happy with me!
I remember watching the evening news on tv as a young child when the top story was, "Illegal Aliens." I was so scared. I ran and told my mom that space aliens from Mexico are now here in America.
When I was a child, my dad convinced me that, as a baby, he and my mom found me next to a space ship crash. The ship was from Geekatron, therefore making me a geek. He would occasionally take me out into the woods to show me the "crash site" (a huge fallen tree) and, while watching "War of the Worlds," I got so upset I cried when he told me it was a documentary about the war that killed my "real" parents.
i thought aliens would come to earth year 2000 because of a commercial were an alien ate a hot dog
My friend in kindergarten told me that if you thought about aliens, they'd sense it and come take you with them. She also told me she'd seen a spaceship in the mountains over our village and that they were watching us. I was really scared. Every time I accidentally thought about aliens, I'd be terrified that they would come and kidnap me. Come to think of it, I still feel a bit wary whenever I think about aliens...
I used to be mortally terrified of the aliens in the tv series "alien nation". For those who don't remember it, they looked human except they had no ears and they were bald with spotted scalps. Something about this made me sick when I was little. I didnt even know what they were from, I'd just see them on tv for a split second and start crying.
In fifth grade, my friend Cheryl and I told everyone at school that we were aliens. We'd been sent to Earth as infants, we said, to be raised in an Earthling culture and collect information. Now the experiment was over, and our real parents were going to come in their spaceship next Tuesday night and take us back to our home planet.
No one believed us, but I think we did have several people convinced that we believed it ourselves.
When I was little I believed that aliens lived in our freezer. One day, as I opened the freezer to check if they were there, the timer on the oven went off and I ran right out of the house into the street. I thought they were going to attack me!
I used to believe that my parents were aliens and that after I went to sleep they would shed their human costumes.
When I was about seven, I was convinced that Jesus was an alien for a while, and that all those miracles were just him using his advanced alien technology. I got into a long argument with my dad over that, and eventually he conceded that, yes, Jesus could have been an alien.
I used to see dust particles floating around and thought that they were tiny alien spaceships coming to invade the earth.
I used to be convinced that there were bald-headed beige aliens outside my toilet window.