Kids Say The CREEPIEST Things: 37 Parents Reveal The Most Disturbing Thing Their Child Ever Said

27. “That’s where the dead babies go.”

“A good friend of mine and her husband bought what is considered an ‘old’ house around here. (Western Canada…not many houses over 100 years old). They were renovating the basement one day while I was visiting. I was down there alone with their son, who was barely 2 at the time, and could not yet speak in full sentences. He took my hand and led me over to a brick chimney-like thing thing, with a rusty metal door on it. He looked up and said ‘That’s where the dead babies go.’

I was horrified. Firstly, because, like I said, the kid could barely talk, let alone say something like that. I doubt he even knew what ‘dead’ meant. I’m positive that no one would have told him that, and there were no older kids around that would have said that as a joke. Still creeps me out to this day.”

PersonMcNugget


28. “It’s OK, mommy. The alien is gone.”

“When my oldest was about 3 years old I had a really weird dream where an alien was trying to take my son. I was lying in bed watching this alien take him by the hand and started taking off towards the window. When I went to scream I woke up. Here is the creepy part….I wake up to find my 3-year-old turning on the night light in our room. He turns to look at me and says ‘Oh, it’s OK, mommy. The alien is gone.’ …..I didn’t sleep for the rest of the night.”

acefamilia


29. “One day I want to step on a squirrel and watch its eyes squish out.”

“‘One day I want to step on a squirrel and watch its eyes squish out.’

we stared at each other for a moment (my husband and I) and told him that hurting animals is not OK.”

hissxywife


30. “I want to run the machine that cuts the heads off the chickens.”

“I asked my 3 kids what they wanted to do when they grew up. 10-year-old Jason said, ‘I want to be a teacher.’ 8-year-old Mitzi said, ‘I want to be a writer.’ 6-year-old Nick said, ‘I want to run the machine that cuts the heads off the chickens.’ Alll-righty then.”

Anonymous


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