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i used to believe that if i wasn't sleeping with an adult and i had any part of my body, other than my head, sticking out of the covers, then a witch would come get me.... i still believe that, althought the witch has turned into ghosts...
I used to believe i was a new member of the film 'ghostbusters' and one day, my mum got me some dressing up shoes from the dollar store.
they were cheap plastic with green on the foot and pink splodges. i LOVED THEM! i wore them everywhere, and i allways told people that the pink splodges were where i splattered the bad ghosties (like in the movie, with the pink goo coming out of the drain!)
i don't know where they are, now. probably some new kid's got them, and playing ghostbusters without me!
When i was about 4; my little boyfriend (aaw) and his older brother came round my house one evening., and when our parents were downstairs, we creped up to my room with waterpistols (not filled) and pretended we were ghost busters. and try to catch the 'ghosts' his brother told me were living in my room. we hid by my bed and screamed when he said he saw one.
I don't know why, but we kept on going up there to try and see them, but his older brother allways scared us.
I couldn't go in my room for a year.
When i was six i thought Aliens and Ghosts were who drove cars, and our family was the only one who were people driving cars, unless....
I used to believe that if I didn't climb my bunk bed ladder fast enough, Bloody Mary would grab my feet and pull me under the bed and eat me.
I remember when I was at my friends house a couple months ago, she had this porcelin[sp?] doll on top of a china cabinet. We were sleeping in the base ment, but, there were too many people there so me and 2 or 3 other girls had to go upstairs, where the doll was. And when we went to go raid the kitchen at like 2 am, we looked at the doll and noticed that the doll's head and eyes seemed like they were following us before. We were SOO creeped out!! Unfortunately, we had to deal with it and go to bed on the couch across from the cabinet. We still don't know if it was really following us or not, but, it still creeps me, at least, out.
well when i was 10 i couldnt sleep so i just went on my moms computer all the lights were off then i heard noises coming from the light then i saw this blobish like thing move torad the book shelf then i saw red glowing dots almost like eyes
thats when i got really freaked out so i turned the lights on and then the noise from the lights stoped the red dots were gone the the shade on the window moved! I still belive i saw ghosts .
When I was little I was conviced if you said twinkee in a mirror 3 time a foot would appear.
I used to believe that there was a backwards man that walked the roads at my summer camp. I never wanted to go to the bathroom because I was afraid I would get murdered by the backwards man.
I still believe this a little bit.
My house has an attic that creaks around alot. I used to think there were a bunch of hillbilly ghosts up there all playing cards and cooking stew. Whenever they ould scooch around in there chairs the attic would creak! It scared the jeepers out of me!
the bloody mary storie that all the kids in my elementary school went crazy about was something about some girls husband and a guy with and axe who chased this girl and eventually chopped her up in her bed with an axe. If you went into a bathroom with all the lights out and the door and windows closed, spun around three times and said her name three times then you would see her in the mirror, and she would appear to come out of it, but when you turned around you would realize that she was really behind you and just getting closer. If you didnt turn on the lights in time she would kill you with a knife or axe or something. She was supposed to be wearing a white, bloody nightgown. I was scared to death. Unfortunitly for me, this rumor eventually escelated into you could just walk into a dark bathroom and THINK about bloody mary and she would sence your thoughts and come kill you. It was to take revenge for how she got killed. The only thing was, since there was only one bloody mary, she wouldnt come if she was busy killing some other kid in a bathroom. Hence, even if someone tried it and nothing happened, it was perfectly explainable. Pretty much it made sure that everyone stayed terrified.
i kept my hand on the lightswitch in bathrooms for like six years.
i was so freaked out (in first grade) that my mom went to do it so i wouldnt be scared, but of course that made it worse cause i thought she was gunna die. Then when she came back alive, i told her bloody mary must have been busy but she was gunna come get her later if she had time.
my poor mom. she gave up trieing to convince me.;)
there is a rumer that i believed when i was at the ymca.the said that the boys bathroom was closed because the lights dont work but everyone thought it was haunted by a boy who broke his neck.one time i was dared to go down there with someone and we didnt notice water on the stairs so when we came up and saw it we screamed cause we thought the ghost was trying to make us slip.
In middle school my spanish teacher told my class about a worker who has fallen from a ladder in the gym and had broken his neck and died. She said that weird things would happen the year before when she was a coach, like doors that were locked were unlocked the next morning and vise versa. Or when they got there in the morning the music in their office or the showers in the locker rooms would be on. She also said that one girl said that she heard someone whisper in her ear when she was changing in the locker room. Now one of my classmates, lets call her.... bob was really jumpy about this. She was in my P.E. class too. She told our coach about it but she said that it wasn't true. One day when we were changing back into our normal clothes, we were the only one in the locker room because everyone else was in the hallway. Then the lights went out and it was pitch black causing bob to scream because she thought it was the ghost and cause me to scream because she screamed. We ran out of the locker room only to find out that it was our coach playing a trick on us. But I'm still a little wary every time i go in there.
I've always been a scaredy-cat and refuse to accept ghosts or spooky things exist, but when I saw a show that almost completely made me change my mind, from then on I believed that when you died you could fill out a form to become a ghost and spook people. I'm still doubtful about that...
When I was a kid, my mum said that bad kids were taken by a ghost and will never give them back if they will never change they’re attitudes.
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.