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I used to believe that my house was haunted by Bloody Mary and her sidekick, the Candyman. My friend and I were absolutely obsessed with this concept, and said that one day we were going to go into my bathroom and summon her. We never did, and I moved before we got a chance to. However, before I did, I told one of my other friends, and after that, she refused to use the bathroom alone while sleeping over. She made me come in there with her! We were OBSESSED.
when i was little, i was in the house of mirrors and my brother scared me into thinking that there was a ghost in there so i took off running and hit my face on every single mirror going through....it really hurt!
My Grandaddy once told me close your mouth when you pass by the bone yards. He also included that if you forgot? A good dose of castor oil an you could flush them spectors right on down to the treatment plant.
I used to believe that a weegie board was some sort of surf board.
When I was a kid in Albuquerque NM, we lived along an irragation ditch, quite common in that city.
I was told a story about a woman who was dressed in black who walked the ditchs at night weeping and looking for her children who drowned in one of those ditchs.
If she seen you or caught you along the ditchs at night, she would take you away and keep you as a one of her own.
It was sooo scary and I actually thought I could hear her because of the way the wind blew thru the trees.
i used to and still believe if you pee in the water scream will come and eat you
when i was little I thought that the school was haunted by teachers that lived there forever and then died there and stayed in thier afterlife to haunt kids... me and my friends even made a club to try and figure out where all the ghosts were.
There were Ghosts in my basement so if I had to go down there at night for some ghastly reason I would sing the Ghostbusters theme song at the top of my lungs because I figured would scare them away long enough to do whatever errand I had to do down there before running back up the stairs.
When I was little, I was terrified of the Phantom of the Opera, because I'd hear advertisements for it on the radio, and the music scared me, and I knew a phantom was a ghost. I always thought that when I was in my room alone the Phantom would come and get me.
Now... I'm a HUGE phan.
when i was a child, i used to believe that spirits lived in england and franch castle !
when i was 4 i thought i heard a ghost calling my name and i ran to my dad. he told me to get back to sleep so i did. but from then on i slept with my blanket covering my whole face untill i was 6!!!
Right after I saw 13 Ghosts (I dunno if it was the old or the new version) I believed that there was a ghost girl in every bathroom, and that all ghosts were invisible unless you had 3-D goggles.
I also believed that all bathroom water was blood, but you couldn't tell unless you had 3-D goggles.
I wouldn't go to the restroom without someone standing outside the door for weeks. I even made my sister sit right outside while I was taking a shower!
from the age of 3-7 i thought that the midnight ghost would come and scare you if you didnt go to bed by midnight,except on new years eve.At my frist sleepover (age 7) i told my friends and we stayed up to midnight to see the ghost,when no ghost showed up i didnt believe it anymore.sometimes i think another expection is sleepovers.
i was terrified of ghosts when i was young. i thought that if i pulled my blanket all around me covered myself completely that they couldnt see me...i couldnt breath under there so i would make a little hole for my mouth and nose after a while this got tiring so i put a tent over my bed made out of my strawberry shortcake blanket. when my heater kicked off it ticked in my vent when it did that i thought it was the ghost knocking so i would pull the magic blanket over me and hope he thought i wasnt in bed
i thought that if my feet were uncovered or hanging off of the bed that a ghost would grab them. i still have to have my feet covered and on the bed when i sleep
I was (and still am) obsessed with horses. So, one day my friend told me that there were spirits of horses in the blowing snow, and they were in the snow because the snow was natural, not man made. But you had to be pure of heart to be able to see them (my friend was all depressed cuz she couldnt). So these snow horses were fighting all man made buildings, against the industralization of the world. I could actually imagine horses in the snow, and I saw all kinds of things like fighting stallions and even a young native american boy.
When I was young my Grandmother helped out at...I think it was some kind of charity...called the silver chain. One night, I was waiting in a car with my older sister and I asked what the Silver Chain was. She told me it was this severed hand wrapped in a chain that crawled onto the top of your car and scratched through the roof, then it strangled you. Scared the CRAP out of me.
When I was little I used to think if you yawned when you were in bed with the lights out that ghosts would go in your mouth, so I always had to yawn with a sheet over my mouth. Oh, hey, I still do that.
When I was in elementary school there was one of those rumors going around that if you looked in the mirror and said some phrase a few times, a ghost would come out of the mirror. One of my friends told me that he did it, and that he had let the ghost go. I was afraid that the ghost would come in through my bathroom window, since it was on the loose somewhere out in the world!
I had a nightmare that my uncle was a ghost and that he was trying to kill me. So whenever I saw him I would yell "EVIL GHOSTY" And run away. If I had salt I would toss it at him thinking he would go away.