Creepiest Things Kids Have Said About Their Imaginary Friend

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PostMon Dec 23, 2013 12:31 am » by 99socks


I hate just dumping a link, but I'm gonna do it.... Be sure to follow the comments as well, there are some great stories in there! :nails:


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PostMon Dec 23, 2013 12:36 am » by Toxic32


99socks wrote:I hate just dumping a link, but I'm gonna do it.... Be sure to follow the comments as well, there are some great stories in there! :nails:


http://www.buzzfeed.com/jenlewis/the-cr ... aginary-fr



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PostMon Dec 23, 2013 12:39 am » by 99socks


"This is a collection of really creepy things kids have said about their imaginary friends."

There.

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PostMon Dec 23, 2013 1:24 am » by -Marduk-


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PostMon Dec 23, 2013 5:27 pm » by Andyg2011


that's some creepy shit i wonder why kids see spirits and things when they are kids wonder if it's coz as u get older u don't believe in it good read
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PostSat Jan 04, 2014 3:18 am » by Thebluecanary


I think it's just easier for kids to see things sometimes. I've often thought that "imaginary friends" are actually ghosts. But I had a bunch of imaginary friends as a kid, and none of them were ghosts, though lots of them were monsters…so it's just possible that some kids have morbid imaginations, too.

When I was 3, I was apparently laying under the table drawing on a notebook while my dad and his brothers were sitting around drinking coffee at my grandparents' house. My mom peeked under and asked me what I was drawing and I told her "a man. He fell of his bike and his face came off." I showed her a three year old's drawing of an upturned "bike" and a stick figure man with no face and a smiley "face" laying on the ground. My dad and his brothers were all firemen and rescue squad guys, so she figured they were talking about something gross and fussed at them and made me go in the den with her and my mamaw to watch Hee Haw.

Fifteen minutes later, the phone rang; their neighbor Joey, who they'd all grown up with and were friends with, had been in a motorcycle accident. He wasn't wearing a helmet and he died due to head injuries. The damage to his face was so bad that they had a closed casket funeral. Supposedly, it was almost as if his face had literally been peeled off.

I remember none of this. At the time, though, it freaked my mom out so bad that she kept that drawing, and wrote on the back of it about what happened and how creepy, and dated it. She still has it, last I knew. :shock:

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PostSat Jan 04, 2014 4:15 pm » by 99socks


Thebluecanary wrote:I think it's just easier for kids to see things sometimes. I've often thought that "imaginary friends" are actually ghosts. But I had a bunch of imaginary friends as a kid, and none of them were ghosts, though lots of them were monsters…so it's just possible that some kids have morbid imaginations, too.

When I was 3, I was apparently laying under the table drawing on a notebook while my dad and his brothers were sitting around drinking coffee at my grandparents' house. My mom peeked under and asked me what I was drawing and I told her "a man. He fell of his bike and his face came off." I showed her a three year old's drawing of an upturned "bike" and a stick figure man with no face and a smiley "face" laying on the ground. My dad and his brothers were all firemen and rescue squad guys, so she figured they were talking about something gross and fussed at them and made me go in the den with her and my mamaw to watch Hee Haw.

Fifteen minutes later, the phone rang; their neighbor Joey, who they'd all grown up with and were friends with, had been in a motorcycle accident. He wasn't wearing a helmet and he died due to head injuries. The damage to his face was so bad that they had a closed casket funeral. Supposedly, it was almost as if his face had literally been peeled off.

I remember none of this. At the time, though, it freaked my mom out so bad that she kept that drawing, and wrote on the back of it about what happened and how creepy, and dated it. She still has it, last I knew. :shock:

Bumping this thread because the stories on buzzfeed were awesome. I'm bored, couch bound, and I want you people to tell me a ghost story!



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PostSat Jan 04, 2014 4:19 pm » by 99socks


Anyways, I kinda wonder in some of the stories if some of the "dying" or murdering friends is some kind of way of intentionally (consciously or not) of growing up and not "needing" the friend anymore- kinda like how girls used to instinctively rip off the heads of their dolls around ages 10-12 as a sort of growing up ritual.
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PostSat Jan 04, 2014 5:05 pm » by Spock


99socks wrote:kinda like how girls used to instinctively rip off the heads of their dolls around ages 10-12 as a sort of growing up ritual.




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PostSat Jan 04, 2014 5:18 pm » by 99socks


Spock wrote:
99socks wrote:kinda like how girls used to instinctively rip off the heads of their dolls around ages 10-12 as a sort of growing up ritual.




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Lol, this is why boys rip their heads off:
http://www.kidsinthehouse.com/video/why ... heir-heads


And then, proof that girls do it when they move on to different stages:
http://jezebel.com/5166340/why-do-we-de ... rbie-dolls
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