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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)

Big Kid
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When I was little, my grandma told me that 1:00 am was witches hour. If I wasn't asleep, the witches and ghosts would come out and 'get' me. I had a nightmare that night. I was locked in the bathroom and witches were pounding on the door (it didn't have a lock) trying to get in.

Riley
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After seeing The Wizard of Oz and hearing the story of Hansel and Gretel, I began having a recurring nightmare that a witch with really really long finger nails would come out of the heat register that was under my bed and tickle me,gently at first and then harder and harder until those blood red nails were piercing my skin. I woke up screaming every night for months,no matter what my parents tried. I still (in my 20's) can't have any arms or legs hanging off the bed , and I have my bed right on the floor so there can't possibly be anything under there. Witches are scary...

sweetwine
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At my dentist's office there used to be this nasty picture of a witch with dark yellow teeth and all sorts of candy around her that was supposed to give you the idea that she was trying to convince you to do the "bad" thing and eat sweets and not take care of your teeth. I was only 4 or 5 so I took it more like you turn into a witch if you eat too much candy and never brush your teeth. It was the scariest picture ever. I still didn't brush my teeth, though. It was just a scary picture.

Kev
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I was very young during the early 1950's. When I heard about the "witch hunts" I thought that bad witches, ala The Wizard of Oz were lose,and when guerilla warfare was mentioned on the news I thought gorillas were going to eat us.

Sharyn420
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When I was young I used to think that there was an evil witch in the walls of the house and that she would get angry and cast an evil spell if we knocked on the wall. I stayed away from the wall most of the time and when I hit the wall I ran away.

Nick
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when i was little ( im 15 now) i used to believe i was a witch. i would go aroung casting spells and saying magic words....when i was 13 i tried to do a love spell on this guy and it didnt work.......i was crushed............i also stayied single

still single (call me!)
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When I was in junior high school (about 9 years ago) I believed that I could do magic. I thought that I could create my own sort of "witchcraft" using all kinds of weird things and mixing them together and putting together foolish rituals. I even believed that because of me the boy I liked broke up with his girlfriend because of my "spell". How foolish.

Not Jesus II's Mamma
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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.

sophia
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i used to believe Harry Potter was real

charlotte
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When I was a child, I used to believe that there were ghosts, witches and vampires in my grandmother's house, and never wanted to sleep there. The house was dark, with old furniture and many mysterious paintings, some antiques, even the doors squeaked. My grandmother had a black cat, and she always dressed in black clothes. I used to believe that my grandmother was a witch.

Carlos ;-)
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If you don't smash egg shells witches use them as boats.

Sarah
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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!)

Hallie
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When I was very young, I believed that witches lived in my mattress and that they would poke me all over my body. (I believed this so much, I could actually feel them poking me.)

Anon
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i used to believe that when you cut your nails at night during a full moon...a witch will come out...and get you and the next day when you wake up your nails are thick and long.

Mochu
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When I was about 5 I used to believe that there were witches in my window at night. When I would lay in my bed I would put my hand over my forehead which would block my view of the window in my room. One night my mom asked my why I always slept like that and I told her it was because the witches were in my window.

Karen
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When I was five, I used to believe that on some nights a wicked witch would come upto my house and peck on my window outside my bedroom with her index finger, but never enter the house fortunately. I got that idea from some picture story books that were read to me, where a child that was in bed on a windy night thought that a wicked witch was tapping on his window, but as it turned out, it was just the branches of a tree hitting the window. I did not understand the second part of that story and I still believed that there were witches around even though my my tried to explain it. Fortunately, I got over the fear of witches within two years.

Anon
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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.

Anon
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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!

spemm
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I used to believe that i saw a witch!One day I was playing in the garden when a friend of my aunt camed to me and she says would i like some chocolate.Ive started to scream that she is a witch
.Two days after that she misteriously dissapearred...:(

Witch
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