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24 More of the Creepiest Things Ever Said by Kids

Doll issued a sea shore

Over on the SDL Facebook wall, I asked you what the creepiest thing was that you’ve ever heard a kid say.

I had no idea what to expect.

This is what I got. Plus a few future posts as well.

24 More of the Creepiest Things Ever Said by Kids

1. I was talking to a four year old about new food, saying certain food tasted similar to others. The boy says “I tasted blood once, you know what it tasted like?” *lowers voice* “people.”

2. When my oldest daughters (twins) were about five, we moved to where we now live. They used to tell me they saw a little girl in our house all the time. They could describe her perfectly. Eventually, they stopped talking about her, so we forgot about her. Fast forward about seven years – my youngest daughter was about three at the time. She used to talk about a little girl and a little boy she saw in her room when she was alone. She described the girl exactly as my older girls had only in more detail. My twins didn’t remember ever talking about her, but it definitely freaked me and my husband out. She continued talking to these two little kids she saw for almost three years. She even asked why they never got older and always stayed the same age.

3. When my son was three, I was making fresh corn tamales for the first time in his life. He asked me what I was doing and I told him. He then proceeded to tell me step by step how to make them. I asked him how he knew and he told me that when he had been a little girl, his grandma used to make them. His name had been Emma.

4. When my daughter was about eighteen months old, she had not quite yet put a full sentence together. We were sitting on my bed and she was laying in my arms, giggling while I tickled her. Suddenly she went completely straight faced as she looked at a spot on the ceiling right over my shoulder. I was never fully sure if she said “Hi! How are you?” Or “Hey! Who are you?” Either way I was completely creeped out, and of course there was nothing there (I looked!). I made myself laugh and told her to stop being a little creep! But it took me a while to fall asleep that night!

5. “People have meat in them. I like meat.” My son, at age five.

6. When my eldest was my only and about four, “Mommy when you die what happens to all your nice stuff?” I told her, “well, most of it will go to you but that’s not something you need to worry about for a long long time.” She turned and went back to playing and quietly said, “I wouldn’t be so sure about that.”

7. I was watching my friend’s five year old son. We were driving and he kept twisting to stare out the back window. He started talking about the people in the sky. I asked him what in the world was he talking about and he answered, “you’ll see soon enough…”

8. My son, at age five, whilst poking a stick in a campfire, out of the middle of nowhere and with a distinctly chilling voice, said, “I like to burn things”.CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

151 comments
cs1984
cs1984

This isnt a kid who says this and definitely not as freaky but I thought I would share--My boyfriend has a cottage that was in his family for years.  He told me that whenever he slept there as a child, he would always have nightmares and wake up seeing a black shadow in the corner of his room.  We went there one summer and i have to admit, it was a little creepy being there, old cottage off a backroad in the country. Dark and quiet at night.. As we were sleeping, i woke up because my boyfriend was tossing and wimpering a little bit in his sleep. he suddenly wakes up and points to the corner of the room, frantically saying over and over "Do you see that"  I layed him back down but he was still staring at the corner of the room. He eventually passes out but it took me a while to go back to sleep, after telling myself over and over that it was just his imagination lol.

Ariana Waldruff
Ariana Waldruff

One of my best friends is a teacher and she told me a horror story the other day. One of her second grade students told her, "I know how my mom's boyfriend can murder her...put sleeping pills in her soda and then put her in the bath tub." And then later he told her, "I want to draw you burning in a fire."

ElisabethZak
ElisabethZak

One time I was babysitting my baby sister (she was 2 at the time) and my brother and I were telling dead baby jokes in my basement. I told this one joke and it was like "What's the difference between dead babies and ferraris?" the answer to which was "I don't have a stack of ferraris in my closet" and my sister looked up from where she was playing and said, "it's garage" so I said, "What Katie?" and she said again, "it's garage" and I realized she was talking about the joke, so I told her, "yeah but I like saying closet better" Then I will never forget the way she dropped everything she was doing, lifted her head and in dead seriousness said: "You can fit more in a garage" and I swear I didn't sleep the rest of the week.

Peggy Smith Finch
Peggy Smith Finch

My four year old was not raised in any particular faith. One day he and I found a dead bunny in our yard. He was upset and insisted on burying the bunny so we dug a grave in the pretty back garden. After we filled in the grave, I asked my son if he wanted to say something over the poor bunny, He got down on his knees, folded his hands and said, "Oh God, please see this bunny on to happier destinies." No idea where he came up with that.

Peggy Smith Finch
Peggy Smith Finch

Friends brought home their new baby girl and their four year old insisted on having a moment in private with his new sister. When the parents left the room (and found a safe place to listen and observe) the four year old leaned over the baby and said,"Remind me what it looks like. I'm starting to forget."

Steve
Steve

When my nephew was 2 or 3 years old he used to play in his room with a litlle imaginary girl. Once when my sister asked him to come to dinner he said he was playing with his friend, so she said "Well have her come to dinner." He came in and said "But mom, she can't use a fork." When asked why not he said "Because her Daddy cut her hands off with an ax."

Mike Durham
Mike Durham

My baby is just a week old. Yesterday I was holding him, he was making cooing sounds and actively moving his arms. Then he glared upon something directly behind me, his gaze was fixated and unperturbed. Suddenly, he shit his pants and cried uncontrollably. Coincidence? I think not. I am certain he saw something and it scared him to the point of defecating himself.

laurenem
laurenem

When my daughter was three, and we were having diner with my new boyfriend for the first time together, she randomly looked at him with a smile and said, "Grady, I'm going to chop of your fingers (motioning a chop with her hand), chop off your toes and make a tunnel out of them. Then I'll make you walk through the tunnel. Hahaha." Great first impression. It must not have scared him too much, because two years later, we are married and she no longer threatens his limbs. lol. 

Rebecca Ribera
Rebecca Ribera

And she is now 3 the other day she tells me there is a man with his daughter riding on his back in our kitchen. She continues to tell me they cant pass. She seemed upset about it. I said there is no one there! She says but mommy they cant pass! I ignored her and she finally stoped talking about. She dose stuff like this all the time. It freaks me out. I dont like any ghost even if its my family! Freaks me out!

Rebecca Ribera
Rebecca Ribera

My daughter was a year old we were in my bathroom getting ready for a bath. She cloud say little words but never any sentences. She looksb up at me and says "I see ghost. " I brush it off and say "girl where you learn that". She says nothing but was acting weird. I put her in the tub. She kinda plays with her toy for a min. She kept looking over her shoulder. All of a sudden the water on the other side of the tub looked like someone stepped in the tub! She freaks out and do did I! She wouldn't take a bath without a fight for a long time.

Sanmoe
Sanmoe

My oldest who is 19 now but 3 at the time used to tell me she was playing with her best friend named Julia. When I asked her who Julia was she would tell me my daddies first baby.   Julia was my ex husbands 1st daughter who was born 3 months pre mature and died the day she was supposed to be born.  I was bout 3 months pregnant at the time so my oldest never meet Julia.

JessicaKuwata
JessicaKuwata

My then four year old once gave me a very sophisticated answer to a question I posed, relating to morals and ethics.  When I asked him how he knew all that, he replied "the White Lady told me. She visits all children and teaches them important things in their dreams while they are sleeping. She taught Jesus and she taught you too when you were a little girl but you don't remember her."  The thing is, my husband and I are atheists living in a non-Christian country without a TV or other media, and we really don't know how exactly he even heard the name Jesus, much less thought to mention him in the conversation.  He talked about the White Lady from time to time for about a year, then announced his "class" was finished and never mentioned it again. 

Mammy Julie
Mammy Julie

When my niece was 3 my two sisters and one of their friends were all pregnant and due around the same time. My niece was really excited about it and I asked her what gender she thought each of the babies would be. She told me "Mammy is having a boy, Auntie C is having a girl but Auntie P isn't having a baby". I insisted that she was and reminded her we'd been talking about it but she got really upset and insisted her Auntie P wasn't having a baby. A couple of  days later my sisters friend came to see her and explained that she'd sadly had a miscarriage the week before. None of us had known and there was no way my niece could have known but she'd been so adamant that she wasn't pregnant. We forgot about it for a while and waited for the birth of my sisters babies certain that she'd got it wrong and her mother was having a girl and my other sister a boy. They were born 2 days apart and it turned out we were wrong and my niece was right about both their genders!

Ree101
Ree101

I just got crazy goose bumps. Too creepy. Great, gotta shave again!

Eliza Gromko Riddle
Eliza Gromko Riddle

i absolutely love everything you post! you are an inspiration to me to not take life too seriously, enjoy every moment, see the funny in everything, and just have fun! i hope to meet you and the sexy farmers daughter one day! if you ever travel to ohio, let me know :~)

frank1985
frank1985

At the age of three I once freaked out my Mum.  I was talking about things, and she was only half paying attention, but then I said something that made her do a mental double-take, and she asked when the things I was talking about happened.   My answer? "When I was a grown-up."  She nearly fell off her chair.

frank1985
frank1985

Funniest story I've ever heard went like this:

"Getting my two and a half year old daughter out of the bath one night, my wife and I were briefing her on how important it was she kept her privates clean.  She casually replied 'Oh, nobody scroofs me there.  They tried one night.  They kicked the door in and tried but I fought back.  I died and now I'm here.'  She said this like it was nothing."

Glenna Lou
Glenna Lou

It will not let me open this, it says the web browser if down and I got an Error code :(

Julie Sindora
Julie Sindora

Awesome!! I saw a deceased relative when I was little. She came into my room late at night and put her hand on my forehead tenderly, as if to check my temperature. Then when I woke up, she walked out through my wall ... on the 2nd story of our house. I cried for my mom and when she came to me, I told her. Years later, when my grandparents passed away, we were sorting through their stuff and I saw a picture of the woman who had been in my room. I forget now (30+ years later) who she was but I saw the picture and told my mom I recognized her. She had died long before I was even born so it was pretty cool that she had visited me. As for MY kids, just last week, my husband went to the Paul McCartney concert and got a t-shirt. The next day he showed me the shirt he bought and our 19 month old pointed and said, "Paul" very clearly. We have no idea how he knew.

maebelle
maebelle

when my daughter was 8, she asked to sleep with me and i said ok.   then she said you know when i was in your  tummy and i said of course i do...  she then said well i  am an     alien and and killed the other   baby and took its place! i had been pregnant   with twins and lost one. i told her to be quiet or she could go to her own bed.  took           me  a while to go   to sleep!       

lkf
lkf

Don't post these to the night crowd.  Some of us have to sleep and can't now because they'll be freaking out about the little boy it the house.

Kate Mozier Tichy
Kate Mozier Tichy

I was head chorister of a children's choir in high school. The kids ranged from 7 to 17 and I was the oldest at the time. One of the girls, who was about 8, was a little.... I don't want to say dumb, but let's say "out there" and the older kids called her an astronaut because she always seemed lost in space. She never said much and just smiled, and whatever she did say was not anything intellectual. Once I found myself in the bathroom with her alone. I ws washing my hands when out of her stall I heard, "Kate, there are some things you don't know..." I asked her what she was talking about repetitively, but she didn't say anything else. I got out of that bathroom real quick.

MercedesMarton
MercedesMarton

I work in an assisted living place that has been a collage / dorm for nuns in the past. The building is  100 years old and many residents told us that they seen in room 2203 a little boy sitting in the window. (only one resident occupies a room at the time, so shared apartments unless married couples) There was a nun seen on the roof top and in the dining room by the piano. I wish I could talk to them to get their stories...... 

Susan Pietras Smith
Susan Pietras Smith

My niece, at ages two through four, would end all of the stories she made up with, "Then everybody died. The end."

MercedesMarton
MercedesMarton

My son who is going to be 3 y /o still not talking but only a few words (cat, dog, ball etc).

 We live across a triple cemetery where I  take him for walks. Usually he is pretty quiet other than his little gibberish here and  there. But as soon as we enter the cemetery he starts up the talking that only he and his "friends" can understand. Sometimes he drags me to a grave and starts to pointing and explaining something to me. But he does not do that in the baby section though.  I hope he will be able to keep doing this when he can actually talk. I want to know what's going on. He loves the cemetery and he is learning his ABC from the tomb stones by pointing to the letters and me reading them out for him. 

Teaj Holmberg
Teaj Holmberg

Great. Just read them all and might not be able to sleep tonight. ;)

MariahKimble
MariahKimble

My daughter once picked a few pussy willows of a tree on the way into a store. SHe then sang really loudly, and repeatedly "I got a pussy" still makes me laugh, when I remember my horror!

AdventurousAndi
AdventurousAndi

It's fascinating how many of these stories reference past-lives! 

Dianna Maxwell
Dianna Maxwell

I have one my son told me several times when he was about 3 if you'd like it for your list. I find it very creepy.

Olivia Franko
Olivia Franko

I think some of these kids are watching too much adult tv lol. One of these posts was definitely from The Walking Dead!

KimberlyVivanco
KimberlyVivanco

Number 16, lmbo! My husband just about died laughing at some of these, others, yeah, creeped out. I was a sensitive child, too. I think I may have done this to them once or twice. Good thing the internet was only for the rich back then. ;)

Talena Fowler
Talena Fowler

When my daughter was 3 she refused to go into the kitchen unless she was armed with a spatula, because of the man. I've seen him quite a few times so I didn't blame her. :)

Christina M Simmons
Christina M Simmons

One of my twins, when she was around four, began telling me out of nowhere how nice Grandma Irene is. She started talking about her helmet hair (we used to make fun of her all the time for the amount of hairspray she used). My grandmother died 2 weeks before twins were conceived. At this point, they hadn't really seen pictures or heard stories...they just knew her name was Irene and that she died. I asked my daughter how she knew Grandma Irene and she answered "In heaven before I got put in your belly. She helped me pick you. I miss her." Funny thing is, I conceived them so soon after she died that I always knew me having twins was her playing a trick on me with her twisted sense of humor. Sounds like I was right... <3

Caitlyn Connell
Caitlyn Connell

Some were hilarious some were so creepy that I'm like legit scared for my child to speak to me.

Robert Cipriani
Robert Cipriani

My daughter: "I'm going upstairs to look at my brain".

ScottBeach
ScottBeach

Our son regularly talks about his sister, but he doesn't have a sister. We lost a child but he was too young to ever remember it. It totally creeps us out.

MplsSteveO
MplsSteveO

When I was three, we moved into a new house.  one night, I remember laying awake, looking out the door, which was always open so my parents to hear me if I needed something or whatever.  Anyway, this skeleton walked past my door, turned to look in, kept going, then a few seconds later walked the other way, looked in again, and "smiled" a hello.   several years later my mom told me how the house we lived in before that one was haunted.  She called him "George."  He would turn on/off lights, open cupboards, drawers, etc.  So I said "I think I might have met him..."  Told her my story, and she said "I'll bet he was checking to make sure we were safe in our new home."  My favorite memory. I wish so much that I could see/speak with spirits these days....

Howcow
Howcow

Does anyone else find the wording of #17 weird? "My grandfather was Bob. The next day my grandma called, her brother Bob had died." Did this person's grandmother marry her own brother?

moconnor
moconnor

@Glenna Hogarth Bloomfield 

I'm having the same issue.

frank1985
frank1985

@Glenna Hogarth Bloomfield It was telling me that earlier, it's come good now.

TinaNelson
TinaNelson

@lkf Read them in the morning. ;-)

MercedesMarton
MercedesMarton

@AdventurousAndi I have been in a reincarnation retreat in Hungary and I found out I was a young Southern soldier died in the civil war shot in the head. There was a girl who became hysteric (sadly could not find out her story). She was too shook up to share. I did a session on my boyfriend and he started to talk in French (he speaks nothing but Hungarian). He was a young girl at Alexander Dumas'  time. Later he was a young boy who died in WWI due to gangrene. He was wounded on his butt.       

AutumnCabral
AutumnCabral

@Howcow I think grandma had a husband and brother, not the same person, both named bob. 

eabgab
eabgab

@Howcow I think she meant it like "hey my Grandpa is named Bob" and thus was worried about him and never expected it to be the Brother?? Not sure of course but that was my interpretation. :)