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When I was little i used to think that when you died witches came for you to kill you and take you away.
My friend Annie and i were playing in my room nad we wanted to scare my bro so we were al under the covers and we told him there was a witch at the end of the bed. Annie swore she saw it and I was more scared than my brother. To this day, I can't sleep with anything hanging over the egde, my fear gets worse for a week after a i watch a scary movie."IT" , "The Ring", and "Phsyco" still really get to me!
I used to believe that when you turned 16 you would become a witch jus like Sabrina did!
When I was about five or six, my sister and her friend convinced me that I was a witch. I didn't believe them at first but they gave me all kinds of tests to show that I was. One was that I had to blow o ut a magic candle. They said that only witches could blow out the magic candle, and I could.
Then I went around casting 'spells' on all my classmates. This went on for almost a month until my mom noticed me saying funny words at the bushes in my backyard because I was trying to turn them into animals. She told me witches weren't real.
My sister would tell me that our church chorister was a witch and that she would eat little kids if she ever caught them. She would fly her broom at night and cause trouble and that she was just plain evil!
I told my little brother that the girl next door was a powerful witch who had put a curse on me. The minute I got into bed I was trapped and unable to set foot on the floor until the next morning, or I would die. This meant that he had to run around and fetch me drinks and sandwiches - which he would do. And with a very frightened round eyed look on his face HAHAHAHAHAHAHA !
When I was just a little girl, and my older sister was a teenager, she had a friend who always dressed in black lace and liked to draw black spirals coming out of the corner of her eyes. This friend told me that she was a witch, and that I could be a witch too if I liked. She said that the first think I had to do to prove to myself that I was really a witch was blow out a candle with my mind - so I spent a very very VERY long time sitting in front of a candle trying to blow it out with my mind. I was very very VERY disapointed when I eventually gave up.
when i was yonger i used to believe that if i looked through a window a witch was going to come and she was going to take me away
up until the age of about 7 i truly belive y grandma was a witch, so much so that wen she came down to stay with us i refused to go into her bedroom beliving it was a lair.furthermore i used to stay aware as long as i cud so she cudnt capture me wen i was asleep.
When I was about 7 or 8 I believed that a witch on a broomstick was hovering outside my bedroom window at night. I used to sit in the dark trying to catch a glimpse of her shadow. I would never look at of the window at night unless my lights where off cause she'd be able to see me and I couldn't see her. Whenever I looked out of the window with the lights off, I could never see her.
I used to believe that when you flushed the loo, witches would appear to float out from it. Thinking this, I used to flush the toilet and run for my life!
I used to think 12:00 AM until 12:59 was the "witching" hour. If I awoke at this time then something bad would happen. So if I saw the clock showing this time I would try to fall asleep under the covers as fast as possible
When I was really little, I used to believe that there was a witch that lived under my pillow. If I put my hands there, she would wrap snakes around my fingers. It took a long time before I would sleep with my hands underneath my pillow.
When Ismall the stair to the second floor was enclosed on both sides, making it into a sort of narrow corridor. I had somehow gotten the impresion thatas soon as I started down the steps a gnarly, hideous witch was at the top of the stairs about to throw a dagger at me. I would fly down the steps as fast as I could go, and whip around the corner at the bottom before she could get me. That image stayed with me for years, long after I knew there was no reason to believe it.
You must break the bottom of egg shells after finishing a boiled egg or witches will use them for boats
As a child I believed that if my feet or any part of me poked over the edge of the bed at night evil creatures would eat that bit of me. I also believed that witches ate your ears, so wrapped a blanket around my head. I am 31 now and still sleep in a tight ball with head and feet covered. Scary!
i used to believe there were witches in the attics in my bedroom and they would kill me if i ever went in them. so when the attic door would make a noise i thought they were seeing if i was in the room
my dad told me when i was about 5 that in his belly button lives a witch. so every time i saw him without a shirt i ran away frightened...!
I used to believe that the little bumpy parts on the back of your ears were from witches that came in the night to nibble on my ear.
My parents always told us that the witches came out when the sky turned pink in the evening. This was their way of making sure we made it home before dark. (I tell my kids the same thing!)