Clarissa Johal: Frightening Friday-Black-Eyed Kids

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Frightening Friday-Black-Eyed Kids

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I may freak myself out with this post, because it's late at night. Imagine this scenerio. You're home by yourself and it's absolutely quiet, kind of like it is here...right now...as I'm writing this post. *checks over shoulder*
There's a knock at the door. You go to answer it. Standing on your porch, are three children. They ask in monotone voices if they can use the telephone. This would be nothing to worry about, except that they have something horribly wrong with them— their eyes. These “creatures” have no corneas or irises, just a pair of black, souless eyes.
Are you scared yet?

What’s worse is that these children are insistent that you help them. And all who claim to have encountered these creatures swear that it's been near impossible to resist the temptation to do just that, as if their voices carried some sort of hypnotic influence.

BEKs have been catagorized as demons in disguise, extra-terrestrials or hybrids, and paranormal creatures; lost souls of departed children who are trapped and wander the earthy plane. They resemble kids between the ages of six to sixteen. They show up at the doors of unsuspecting residents at night, asking to use the bathroom, make a phone call, or for something to eat.

So, what happens if you let them into your house? Something bad. And, as urban legends go, nobody seems to want to expound on that. (Although I've read that they supposedly cause death and misfortune and steal your soul) Regardless, anything involving kids and weird eye things creeps me out.

I'm off to bed now...with the lights on and a pillow over my head.

2 comments:

sshamptonsenior said...

I've never heard of Black Eyed Kids before. You're a wonderful source of information. Great post!

Stan

Clarissa Johal said...

Thanks, Stan! It is interesting, for sure