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i was a rather gullible child, and my older sister was always taking advantage of this. once, she managed to convince me that i was a human alien hybrid (we watched a lot of x-files), and that our mother and father weren't my real parent's. she even mixed up a concoction of food coloring and put it in a vial and told me it was a sample of my blood. i cried for days.
I don't know where I got this from but for a while I thought that aliens were really God.
I was convinced that all grown-ups were aliens. The aliens had landed on earth and wore costumes that made them look human so they could take over the earth from within. When their children were born they would wear costumes too so they'd look like earth children but the problem was the zippers on the costumes had all got stuck and now they had no way of being able to tell who was a fellow alien and who was human or whether all the humans had actually died out because they didn't dare use anything more than the vaguest codes and could never be sure when they were talking to a human or a fellow alien.
When I was a little younger, and rode on the bus to school, I used to belive that the pushing on the back of my seat was either aliens or un-dead zombie children from the past INSIDE the seats. And that if you leaned against the window and fell asleep the aliens/children would bust out of the seat and eat you. I wouldnt touch a indow for 3 years.
I used to believe all the stars in the sky were really just aliens with flashlights shining them at Earth.
I used to believe that People who had wigs were aliens in disguse and once I went up to one and took off his wig to see if he had a green head underneath. Of course he didn't but I still go a clip round the ear!
When I was in year three (that's propably 4th grade to you americans :> )I was in my bed thinking about aliens (because my freind said they were from japan or something???) when the washing machine went off and I ran downstairs convinced it was an spaceship flying close to my window,and half opened the front door but I saw nothing ,by now I was completly convinced it turned invisible, so I ran to the living room and pleaded that my dad guard my room until I go to sleep.
when i was little i was kind of obcessed and terrified that aliens would come and take over the world. once we were in the grocery store and i saw the weekly world news with a picture of an alien on the cover. not knowing about the um..."creativity" or the articles published in the weekly world news, i was convinced that the aliens had finally come.
In elementry school, my friends and I beleived wholeheartedly that a barn immediately outside the school's fense was really an alein hide-out where they decided which one of us they wanted to eat.
When I was little, I thought my sister and parents were really aliens in disguise and they had a zipper in the back of them to change into their real selves at night. For this reason I used to sneak up on my sister and yell "I CAUGHT YOU" only to find her in her human skin.
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!!
I watched the 1958 movie "The Blob" on TV one Saturday morning with my Mom and Dad. They told me that it was a TRUE story, and that the Blob was alive, but FROZEN at the North Pole. At any point, if it got warm enough, that Blob could defrost its Blobbity self, and Blob its way back down to Pennsylvania (where the movie was supposed to take place, I think, and where I lived at the time) and just Blob its slimy Blobness all over the state and Blob us all to death. I was terrified thinking about that huge Blob just sitting up there, planning its attack.
When I was 4, I used to believe that I'd be abducted in my sleep, whether by aliens or a robber, so I'd bury myself under all my stuffed animals (there were at least 50 of them). I found out later that it was a good plan, because 2 weeks after I started this habit my mom came in my bedroom to check on me... and panicked when she thought I was missing. :)
I used to think that the Predator was sitting in the tree outside of my bedroom window. I used to build up my comforter thinking it would shield my body heat.
PS. I still think he is there ;-)
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.
I used to believe that cars were run by little aliens who pick up your car and run and then stop at stop lights because they hate the color red so i would always look uner the car to see if i could catch one...
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!
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!
When I was little my mother used to tell me to shut my eyes so "the Sandman" could put sand in them, when she was putting me to bed, I used to be terrified because to me the Sandman was what we nowadays call a "grey" or "tan" alien, and he didn't put sand in my eyes, he stuck a glass rod up my nose for some reason. This image stayed with me for years and years, and even now in my late 30's if I hear someone mention the Sandman it gives me the heebeegeebees
Being an evil older sister, I convinced my 6-year old little brother and his best friend that the static noise heard on the radio was actually "E.T. the extraterrestrial" trying to communicate with them. The two of them spent an entire afternoon attempting to talk to "ET" whilst I smirked in the background... the ruse ended when my brother's friend told his older brother about their productive afternoon - and was put straight.