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My mum used to tell me all the time that my auntie was a witch and she could cast spells on me, I still think theres some truth in that.
when i was little my mom would clean my room while i was sleeping i would have dreams about little witches coming out of my toes and cleaning my room
I used to watch a TV show called charmed about three sister witches who were the charmed ones and saved the world.
I had two sisters and we all liked a different charmed one so i was completely convinced we werethe Charmed Ones. When one of the sisters, Prue, died, I got really scared for my older sisters life!
I used to believe that on New years Eve a witch would fly past on a broomstick waving a banner saying "Happy New Year". Tyhe witch was bringing the new year in and if you didn't stay up to watch her the New Year wouldn't come. Due to my mums birthday being New Years Day, i always thought it was very unfair that she didn't get to wave the banner.
When one of my friends was younger (though not much--we're in our 20s now), she believed that Hogwarts really existed, so she wrote a letter to Professor Dumbledore and sent it out in the wind.
Her younger brother found it in the driveway about a week later.
When I was younger, one of my friends was obsessed with Harry Potter and claimed she was a witch. We would play make-believe games where we were both witches and at one point I genuinely believed I was a witch.
i used to believe the witch who is responsible for my street will fly across my window with broomstick at 12 midnight and catch kids who aren't asleep or not coverd with a blanket
I always have a cup of water on my bedside table. I usually leave it there for days before changing the cup. well when I was youger, I would wonder why the water would disappear and concluded that a witch would come during the day and drink my water. I Did NOT want to believe she would come when I was in bed, so her comming at night was out of the question. Although I was still scared of the idea. Now I know theres no witch drinking my water, its just either evaporated or I drank it and forgot.
What scares me now are mirrors. I cannot look at a mirror at night, and I'm 19! although I have to say I still am a kid at heart ( I amuse myself by talking to animals)
I used to believe that at night, witches, goblins and other monsters were watching me sleep and if I didn't stay in bed and go to sleep, they would kill me.
I used to watch some halloween movies, halloweentown, i think they're called. and I used to believe that i was like the girl, and my mom was a witch, and i was a half-witch, and I had to get trained before i turn 13 or else i'd be a human. So i kept asking my mom if we have extra-secret secrets, or where our family was from(halloweentown?), and about our ancestor's "jobs"(witchcraft?) or if she had any diaries (spellbooks?) from any dead relatives.
I used to believe that the white smoke trail left in the sky by aeroplanes was actually a smoke trail left behind by witches on their broomsticks!
When I was around 5 I was told that when it rains while the sun is out it means that a witch is getting married.
It rained when the sun was out at my cousin's wedding a few days after I had learned about this. It scared me so badly that 20 years later she still freaks me out a bit.
i thought that diseases and bugs were the result of witches coming through the windows of little kids at night and stealing away their "good life" and when it hit autumn the leaves on the tree outside my bedroom window fell off and it was just sticks. i used to frighten myself stupid when it was a bright moon night...the way the branches were assembled looked like two very very scary witch hands on my bedroom wall lol...im 12 now and they still do look like scary hands but im not scared of it anymore.
there was a creepy old polish woman who used to live two houses down from me when i was little.
me and my next door neighbour believed she was a witch and you had to hold your breath as you walked past because if you breathed the same air as she had then you would die.
After seeing the film 'hocus pocus' when I was little, I was terrified of the fact a witch might try and suck the breath/life out of me when I was trying to get to sleep so whenever I felt scared I always held my breath so they couldn't
when i was little my mom and aunt would tell me that at the top of electrical towers , there was witches and they would come get me if i didn't sit in my car seat, i always thought that when they blinked red, that it was the witches eyes blinking at me.
When I was little when the vents went on i believed it was an evil witch starting up the fire for her stew!
I used to believe that a witch flew around the neighbourhood at night and peeked through the small gap at the top of the curtains into little boys and girls bedrooms with one big red eye. The only way to stop her from getting you was to have every part of your body covered by blankets except for your head, which of course, was so that you could see the witch when she looked in.
After watching the Wizard of Oz, I thought that all witches melted on contact with water. Then later I saw a Donald Duck cartoon where he dumped a water bucket on a witch as a prank, and she came out solid and perfectly fine! I guess I still have some studying to do, eh? ^_^'
When I was eleven I watched the movie Kiki's Delivery Service and I became convinced that I could learn how to fly a broom. I didn't want my mom to see me trying and ridicule me so when she wasn't looking I would go look for the broom and attempt to fly on it. It never worked and I even tried looking on the Internet for instructions on how to fly a broom (and failed). After a while it became harder to find the broom and attempt to fly on it without my mom or dad seeing so I gave up. A tiny part of me probably still carries that belief but I just don't have the time to try it anymore.