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(The New York Times)   Creepy children aren't just eerie around Halloween time, they can be creepy year-round   (nytimes.com) divider line
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2020-10-29 7:45:27 PM  
I was the creepy little kid

But grew up

/I once found a letter my mom has written  many years before that talked about a day Iittle kid me got up and didn't want to go to school that day. She insisted as mothers do and I got hit by a car after school.

/ I made it but noticed as a teenager once every few years if I ever told my mom I did not want to go to school she would let me stay home no questions asked.

//probably good I did not understand this as a kid, may have been misused.
 
2020-10-29 9:13:39 PM  
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/Case in point
 
2020-10-29 9:42:16 PM  
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2020-10-29 10:28:35 PM  
Um, where is the annual ghost story thread? Did I miss it?
 
2020-10-30 2:08:05 AM  
Some of yall have never seen black eyed children and it shows

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/actually, the scariest kids I've ever been around are pediatric schizophrenics.
//nothing more terrifying than a 7 year old stare at you for an hour while not blinking or saying anything and then, as you go to unload them, grab you by your wrist and say "I'm going to kill you" just as calm as anything.
///It's doubly sad and terrifying when you realize that this won't end well for them.
 
2020-10-30 5:23:13 AM  
Kids aren't generally creepy, except that one time.

So I had a drink or so and was walking home down an alleyway, which is where people in my part of town have their trash cans.

There is a full moon, there are no cclouds. It is quite bright, so bright only the best stars can be seen. I had a moon shadow.

In total silence, there is two kids hauling a massive bag of trash, like a 96gal bag. They shouldn't be able to haul something that size, and I can only guess it had ping-pong balls or water bottles (empty) or maybe packing peanuts in it.

It was more surreal than scary, though.

Except they were going to the house fromthe cans, but I didn't process that until later.

Also they didn't have a moon shadow. Maybe.
 
2020-10-30 5:33:15 AM  
My oldest was 2 and a few months when she asked mall Santa for a severed head for Christmas.
 
2020-10-30 5:56:45 AM  

hardinparamedic: Some of yall have never seen black eyed children and it shows

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/actually, the scariest kids I've ever been around are pediatric schizophrenics.
//nothing more terrifying than a 7 year old stare at you for an hour while not blinking or saying anything and then, as you go to unload them, grab you by your wrist and say "I'm going to kill you" just as calm as anything.
///It's doubly sad and terrifying when you realize that this won't end well for them.


I used to deliver pizza to a children's psychiatric hospital on the regular and the creepiest thing about it was I never saw a single child.

/psych wards and military properties tend to be a bit secretive and heavy on security... reports Ric Romero
 
2020-10-30 6:18:23 AM  
IHadMeAVision:

I used to deliver pizza to a children's psychiatric hospital on the regular and the creepiest thing about it was I never saw a single child.

As it should be, HIPAA.  I used to be the guy who came out of the psych ward and paid for the pizza a lot of the times.  I was a big guy with an athletic build, a shoe-in when you interview at these places.  I eventually became the guy who trained staff how to restrain without injury.

And, yes, things are weird on full moon nights.  If a kid is going to find something sharp and try to slash their wrists, that would be the night.

/confirmation bias?
 
2020-10-30 8:44:57 AM  
Nothing like putting your under 1year old baby to sleep when they look sharply towards the ceiling or an empty corner and start laughing/gurgling.
 
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