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I used to think their was a family watching me on a TV when I was crying in my room(and at many other times) I would get upset at them laughing at me and smash up their TV. only problem was their dad was good at fixing TVs and they would watch me again so I smashed it again.
I use to believe that My life was a story and someone out their was sitting on their grandfathers lap just watching me.
I used to think the little holes in the walls had little cameras there so then i tought that we were being secretly watched at all times
In about 5th grade, I had several posters on my walls in my bedroom. I always thought that they could see me and were watching me. I couldn't come out of the shower and change in my room. I would have to go back to the bathroom. I get freaked out by them.
I thought that there were TV cameras everywhere, watching us all the time, and that only the funny cool people got on TV (this was in the '60s). My evidence? "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and, sadly, "Get Smart", were to me so obviously real that this must be true. I tried to be really hilarious and interesting as often as I thought of it so my family would be on tv too. Hey, I was REALLY young -- 5 and 6.
When I was 6 or 7 I believed that people on t.v. could see me. Once, i was watching t.v. with my older sister and i told her to cover up because they were watching her.
Max Headroom used to freak me out. I think it was the way he moved. He reminded me of these mannequins in a suit shop, that I really hated to pass by, because I thought they'd spring to life a la Max Headroom style.
I thought that I was being filmed by people hiding in my house when i was little
I used to think that they made TV shows by placing hidden cameras in other people's houses so I used to check every coner of my house just in case.
I used to believe that when someone was leaving a message on the answering machine that they could hear you like on the telephone. I wasnt supolsed to answer the phone when I was home alone, in case someone was calling to find out if I was alone and come kidnap me! Every time the phone rang and someone left a message, I would mute the TV and run to the next room terrified that someone could hear me and come and take me!
When I was little I believed that the people in pictures were watching me. I wouldnt change in front of photographs for the longest time.
I get really paranoid about cameras. The ones at school, the ones at work, and the ones that I'm sure are there, I just can't see them. I get especially freaked about NannyCams. I babysit for a few kids and I'm convinced their parents have them and watch my every move when they get home. I can thank Malcolm in the Middle for that one...
When I was in first grade, I used to think that there were cameras in the lights and that the government was trying to take me away for testing or somthing
When I was younger I was so convinced that someone was watching me in my room that I wouldn't get changed in my room and everytime I went in there I would say something ridiculuos like I know your in there. And everytime I started acting odd my sisters would say stop showing off to the invisible friends....
but I do believe that government is watching my every little move...
I used to believe that in the same way I was watching people on t.v,there were people somewhere else watching me..I believed that life was a tv show!Oh and I also believed that my uncle was Bruce Willis!....He's not!
I used to believe that the guys off NSYNC could see me throught their posters on my wall, so I would keep my room really clean and change clothes in the closet so they wouldn't see me.
when i was younger, i thought that in the tv there were little people acting everything out, i was scared to go by it in my under wear because i thought they would see me and laugh.
I thought the people who were on TV didn't know they were on TV, and we were just secretly watching them go about their lives without their knowledge.
dont you ever wonder how portrait paintings look as if they can follow you with their eyes no matter where you position yourself in a room? same with photographs. when we visit museums it would take us 6 hours max. i used to test this idea with EVERY painting in the museum.
I have this glass door that leads out to the patio and at night time me and my friends would be scared to go near because we thought a creepy looking man was staring at us. To this day we still believe it.