Ok whatever, back to scary stories.
Ok whatever, back to scary stories.
opossumJust two days ago, in the middle of the night, my friend and my brother and I were going on a little adventure in the woods by my house. I'm freaked out about going into the woods at night, even with other people. So to make me feel safer I brought a couple hunting knives. They brought their airsoft guns for some reason. Ok so we make it into the woods alive, and then we walk about 20ft in. I heard rustling in the tall grass. And the grass was very tall, so you never know what could be lurking down their. So I pulled out the knives and looked around on the ground. I didn't see anything... But then, right when I stood up, I looked over to the side. In a tree was a bright gray figure. It was about 2 feet long. I screamed and it scared the crap out of the guys so they shined their lights at it.
It still looked the same color as in the dark. I told them to turn the lights off, so they did. It was still a bright gray color, the same as in the light. I thought I saw it move. It didn't move in a major way like get down or jump at us, it just wobbled around. We screamed and ran out of the woods.
Having to spend all day with kids have driven him/her insane or he/she could have a medical problem that causes them to crave certain minerals.My teacher eats chalk.
You have a very high voice that caused the class to shatter.A few years ago, I was coming downstairs to watch TV. Our family was just haning out in the kitchen, cooking, having a snack, drinking juice (my brother). On the table was a wine glass full of wine. I walked in, and right after I walk in the kitchen and say hi, the wine glass explodes, and the glass lands on the floor directly in front of me in a small scattered pile. I can't explain why the glass exploded, my parents said it was because the glass was warm and the wine was cold or however that goes. But it was sitting there for about an hour, so it wasn't anything with temperature. And I can't explain why it would land right in front of me
Crawl under it and see what is causing it.At my moms house, the neighbor has a truck. They hardly ever use it. Under the truck is a gray object hanging from a string. All day and night, no matter how much or how little wind there is, the thing is waving back and forth at the same speed. And whenever something moves to my side, I always see it out of the corner of my eye and it scares me. And at night, you can still see it swaying around. And I got used to it, but I always wondered what it was under the truck, waving, calling...
I think it's safe to assume that you were walking to the bus close to sunrise. Most street lights has a sensor on top of it that senses light that will turn them off. It was close enough to sunrise for the sensors to turn the lights off. The speed that you walked was about equal to the speed of the light reaching the sensors which turned them off.When I lived in Washington, I would alwalys walk down the street to the bus stop every morning for school. And it's early enough for the street lights to be on still. But every street light that I walk past on my way to the bus stop, it turns off. I didn't think it was weird or anything, but then I started to think about it. Why would the lights turn off right when I walk past them? I see other people walk past the lights without them turning off. Why only me? I got used to it though, and it still happened every time I would walk by them.
Or they could have been older lights. When the ballasts start to wear or the lights will turn on and off at random about every five minutes or so. Since you were in sight of the lights it seemed to you that they turned off as you approached.
Too many explanations for me to explain.Last year in the summer, I would always wake up at exactly 8:00 am, even if I went to bed late. I don't set an alarm clock, and I don't do it on purpose, it just happens. I have no idea why, and it only happened at my mom's house.
There is a small leak from the tank to the bowl. When the water pressure in the bowl is enough to push the water over the trap the water suddenly drains out, causing the water in the tank to empty into the bowl. The handle is held up by the water level in the tank by a float. As the water level drops in the tank so does the float causing the handle to also drop.My toilet at my mom's house flushes on it's own... alot... and it does it like twice a day.
I don't have that high of a voice. And why did you have to try to explain everything? I like to think it's more of a haunted thing or whatever...
It was a joke.
One night, I was going to the kitchen to get some water, and on the way, I see my cat. For some reason, she had a light blue tinge in her fur (she's gray). While still being 10 feet away, I put out my hand and called her name, then as soon as I did that, she formed into a blue ball, then it turn into a blue whisp, going inside a lit candle in front of a figurine of the Virgin Mary. I just stood there and said, "Right..."
This other time at night, I was watching TV, and I could've sworn I saw someone with a lantern walk by my window, and when I checked, he was nowhere to be seen. Creepy thing is is that my dad saw him too.
Unfortunately, I have never seen a ghost or a UFO, or had anything really that frightening happen to me. But, "I want to believe".
-Joel from Southern California
Oh yeah, and I think my old school was haunted. People say it was built over some burial ground, and that teachers see ghosts or something.
I have two more. My two brothers and I think that my oldest brother's room is haunted. when my oldest brother is not in the house, my other brother would sometimes hear someone turning in the bed, but yet the cat wasn't there when that happens.
This really freaked out my brother. One night, my oldest brother went somewhere to spend the night or something, I don't remember, but while I was asleep, my brother was hearing squeaking from my oldest brother's bed. He needed to go to the bathroom, but was afraid of what might be in the room. He goes into the bathroom quickly and when gets out, he sees nothing in the dark. When he turned his head, he felt someone put a hand on his shoulder. He said he was so scared, that when he jump to get to his bed, he accidently jumped over it.
Sometimes, my Oldest brother gets woken up by what he thinks is the cat getting on the bed, so he would say, "Come here Fluffy (yes, Fluffly, she's very fluffy)." He gets no response of her moving, so when he opens his eyes, there's nothing on the bed.
Sorry if these stories are kind of confusing using my brother and oldest brother continually.
Uhh...why? There is absolutely no proof that ghosts exist, and about 99% of ghost stories have a plausible explanation. Because there isn't enough evidence for the other 1% ATM doesn't make a case that they exist. I've always thought that people that believed in ghosts are a little....mentally unstable.But, "I want to believe".
UFOs on the other hand....again, no proof, and maybe there aren't any, but it's completely ignorant to think that we are the only intelligent/most advanced life in the entire universe. Despite the various creation myths that came to be during the infancy of our species, I think it's now pretty obvious that the Earth wasn't put here for us, and neither was the rest of the universe.
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Prayer - how to do nothing and still think you're helping.