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...that aliens could see the 'whites of my eyes' through the window in my bedroom at night, unless the light was on. So, I would squint, so that I could see where I was going, if I had to get up in the dark, I didn't want the light from the moon and the stars outside reflecting off my eyeballs and giving away my location. I still don't like it if the blinds or curtains don't completely obscure or block all lines of sight to the outside.
When I was several years younger(must've been about 6 or so) and still lived in a house with an upstairs, I used to believe that my parents and sisters were aliens. I would sit on the stairs at night(they were at such an angle that my parents couldn't see me) and wait for them to pull off their masks to reveal their true faces!
Went I to bed I would cover my mouth with my blanket cause i thought that if i opened or closed my mouth during the night the evil aliens that i thought watched me would think i was talking to them and come out from where they were and i didnt want them too.
It was probably cause i used to watch Mars Attack with my sister.
hahah i think its funny now. i was a messed up kid.
I believed that on an escalator the green light that can be seen between the steps were made by aliens and that eventually they would find a way out to get us.
I was fiddling with a radio and heard a lot of wierd bleeping and stuff on short wave. I was sure it was aliens communicating until my dad told me it was a ram operator (morse code). I felt a fool!
i used to think that every time you turned your back on someone they turned into an alien i believed this up until i was 11
when i was about 7 my little sis was 5. i convinced her that i knew some aliens, and when i said 'ding'' i would turn into one of them. there was pepsi who was the nice one who was her friend, the evil queen who would beat her up and be cruel. and then the princess who was always dying so needed all of her sweets/candy to save her. she used to cry if the princess was gonna die so she had to save her and pepsi. i used these characters at my will to get what i wanted from her, and she believed this until she was about 8 or 9. ive asked her in the past why she didnt think it was strange that they always had the same appearance as me?
i used to live by a river. and my brother and i used to go there to play. once we found a lot of frog's eggs and we thought they were little pods with aliens in them, and they would hatch and take control of the planet. so we scooped some up in a bucket and took them home trying to save the world, but then our mother told us what they were and we were le sad.
when i was younger, as i layed in bed with my curtains open, i was scared of aliens and left my light on, every 5 mins i looked out the window to check there was no aliens i use to see a blue spaceship, but after 2 yrs or so i eventually realised it was actually the reflection of my light shade. d'oh, how stupid could i get!
I used to believe that if you flush the toilet Et will come out.
i used to believe that you belly button was what told u apart from humans and aliens.....also that you could take it out and put food right into your tummy.
ok well i used to think when i was smaller that we were all in the aleins tv's and they watched our every move me made 24/7 no lie and i was sometimes even scared to use the bathroom or take a shower because i thought they were watching me...
I used to believe that humans and aliens could copulate, thus explaining CENTAURS, MERMAIDS and BIGFOOT!
When I was little, My dad would read the encyclopedia to me, and once, I asked him what aliens were, and he said they were people from a place called "alia" and once I opened upthe encyclopedia to a picture of a regular person and asked him to read the article, and he made up one about "The aliens from alia"
i used to believe that every time a went into the toilet aliens would swoop down and take away my whole family and house and replace it with an exact replica of my family and house. but the people would be aliens. so i would always get out of the toilet as quickly as possible.so that if the aliens did come i could go with my family.
I believed that I was an alien...everytime I heard the sound...weee.....weeee..... in my ears when it was really quiet, I thought they're trying to contact me.
When i was young(i mean real young) i tot that aliens would beam down pretty girls on to ur bed at night(not for any bed-side activities mind you). So i always slept with my body over the edge of one side of the bed.
I can tell you now that it wasn't the most comfortable nights of my life.
Then about a year later, i had this notion that perhaps nothing happened because they wanted to send down 2 girls but there wasn't any room on my bed so i began to sleep even further off the edge. lol.
Thankfully, i gave up any hope of getting "them" and began to sleep normally again.
i used to beleive that i was being watched and monitered by the aliens and that i was just a test subject for them and that everyone around me were aliens and all the aliens were watching me on theyre tvs im still slightly freaked out about it....
I thought there were tiny green martians on Mars that were going to come to Earth take over our planet. I wondered how a small population of TINY green martians could defeat us humans. I figured it was because they were smarter and had advanced technology. Whenever I saw those big bright lights that shine up into the sky to draw your attention (like at Universal Studios, etc.) I thought that they were lights from an alien ship that had landed and that it was to draw us in like a bug zapper. So, evey time I saw that kind of lights I would shout.."RUN!" or "Get down!" and " They're going to kidnap us!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! don't look at the light!!
My older brother and I were looking out of my bedroom window one night, and I asked him what the large beam of light was in the sky (it was one of those spotlights that are aimed into the sky to premeier a new shopping center or something.)
He told me it was aliens in space. Those lights have always bothered me since.