Kids love their grandparents and grandparents love their grandkids. Even if grandparents aren’t around long enough to spend time with their grandchildren, they have a bond which is stronger than that.
In this story, a mom says that as soon as her kids were old enough to talk, they said that their grandmother would sit on their bed at night and tell them stories, as well as grandma’s nickname for their mother. According to the mom, it was all true. Explainable? Yes. Still really, really creepy? Also yes!
Well, That's Just Teasing
So this woman on Twitter tells us that one of her children constantly talked about “her other mother” but we don't get to hear any of the stories!
That's unfair, is what it is. Did the woman describe the grim way she passed from this life to the next? Did she instruct the child to do some specific tasks? Did she just tell the kid to go and scare her new Mom for a little while? That's what we would do if we were ghosts. Scare people for the heck of it.
Maybe He Just Wants to Talk
Even daddies have daddies, as this four-year-old learned when he brought the topic up to his father. Those daddies might not be around anymore, but you can still look back and appreciate the good times of having them sit on your bed and wish you a good night.
But it seems this little one has been having quality time with Daddy's daddy, in fact, he was able to see him just last night, since he sat on his bed.
Let Her Sing You a Song
If “The Lullaby Lady” isn't going to be a forgettable horror movie on Netflix in the next few years, somebody is missing a big opportunity. Think of the small-time actors who need credits on their resumes before they can move on to something people will actually hear about!
Anyway, this story is the perfect mixture of creepy and simple. She's called the Lullaby Lady because she stands next to your bed and hums. Also, she shows up in your room and makes parents want to sell their houses.
Let's Just Close Those Curtains
The moon tells you stories, does it? Well, that's nice. Oh, they're about me? How funny. What? They're about me as a child, and it knows everything? Yeah, you're going to sleep in a windowless basement from now on.
This parent might have a bit of a scary story to tell to the other parents, but unless the moon can tell us some specifics, we're going to chalk this one up to overactive imagination on the kid's part. Oh hey, I just got an email. It's from the moon, and it's just a subject line: “How dare you.”