Kids’ imaginations are incredibly active as their brains stretch and grow. They picture things that might never occur to an adult, but if they draw a picture of them, everybody will be able to see it when they go to bed that night.
This young gal decided to create an illustration of her personal monster, “The Horned Lady.” Thankfully, the poster didn’t attach the picture, but according to her, it was horrifying. But, her daughter is being proactive – she’s asked for a canopy because everyone knows monsters can’t get you if there is a thin layer of fabric in the way.
An Eye-Witness Account
On a trip to Gettysburg, one of the most hallowed places in America, one young kid kept correcting the tour guide with information that he had been given from “The Man in the Uniform.” We are told that this information was more accurate than the information the tour guide was giving, but nobody else could see this uniformed man.
We could be Debbie Downers and say that this was just a story the mom made up for a little bit of attention (two-point-six thousand likes on Twitter), but who knows.
Just Give Me the Pie, Mom
We are of the opinion that four-year-olds love cake more than pie, and we are immediately suspicious of any child that likes pie more. Burnt crust? Fruit in the middle? No.
That's why we're doubly suspicious of the child in this story, who says that lemon meringue pie is his grandfather's favorite, despite “Grampy” being dead more than a decade. A full seven years before the child was even born. Also, “Grampy” told him so. If he then ate the pie, the parents would be justified in calling in an exorcist. Creepy pie-eating kids. Just eat cake like the rest of them.
Honestly, This One Got Us
Waking up in the middle of the night to see something creepy staring at you from your closet happens at least once when you're a child until you learn to keep the closet closed when the lights go out. But, this time this poster later found out that her uncle, her mom's brother, had died before she was born.
The picture was familiar to her. Did she just place the picture of her uncle over the image she had of the man in her dream? Maybe. Maybe.
Just Like Grandma Used to Sing
Having a grandmother teach a grandchild a classic song from the old country isn't all that odd. It's actually pretty endearing. However, the grandmother is usually alive. Not so here. In fact, Grandma passed away before the son in question was even born. So how on Earth did he start singing a Polish nursery rhyme when he was only three years old?
According to the writer, the family didn't speak Polish at all. Was it from a friend? A preschool teacher? A different family member who escaped notice? We'd really like to find out because this one is wild.