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People Reveal The Creepiest Things Their Kids Have Ever Said To Them--And We're Seeing Dead People

Kids say the darnedest - and creepiest - things. A lot of kids seem to recall past lives, or have imaginary friends that make their paernts uncomfortable. And what's up with three-year-olds and the whole reincarnation thing? Do little kids remember what it was like before they were born, only to forget it later? Sleep on it.

mjacobson7 asked: Parents, whats the creepiest thing your kid has ever said or done?

Submissions have been edited for clarity, context, and profanity.


Animals know what's up too.

My 12 year old comes up to me visible shaken and said that she thinks she saw someone in the bathroom. I asked her to clarify and she said when she walked past, it looked like some one ducked into the shower. Mind you it was just her and I at home at that time, since my husband was at work.

So, we have a Doberman named Rango , and I have him follow me to the hallway where the bathroom is. My adrenaline is pumping hard, and as I quietly and slowly crept to the bathroom. I stopped a few feet away from the door and looked at Rango. He looks at me and I point to the bathroom.

I sh*t you not, he f*cking understood loud and clear what I wanted, and he looks at the bathroom and slowly and carefully stalked towards the bathroom with the fur on his back raised. When I saw him react like this, I was CONVINCED someone was in there and my heart started racing.

Once he made it over the bathroom threshold, he paused, and leaned his body in as he sniffed the air, and one step at a time, he slowly crept in leaning and sniffing.

Once he made it all the way in, he became more comfortable and relaxed and looked in the shower sniffing around, then he just looked at me like "Really?😒" and did that huff thing dogs do through their nose, and walked right passed me out of the bathroom looking somewhat irritated.

But for good measure, I had him check the rest of the rooms just in case. 😅

Spookyredd

He was ready for action. Trained on his own his whole life. False alarm. 🙄 He talked sh*t about you next walk to the other dogs.

saturnspritr

Oh, her again.

I heard the one-year-old's high chair move even though nobody was near it. I asked the three-year-old, "what was that?" and he said, while pointing to the chair, "what is SHE doing here!?"

michaelchondria

3-year-olds can see all 11 dimensions.

CZILLROY

F***ck me oh man.

ParticularDish

What's the creepiest thing you remember from childhood?

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Keeping secrets from kids might seem like an easy thing, but they tend to see and hear (and understand) a lot more than what the adults in their lives think they do.

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