15 Parents Share the Most Casually Chilling Things Their Children Have Ever Said
Sometimes the things children say are rather creepy. Like, do they see ghosts?
Melissa Gillett is a psychic medium and empath. She shared a chilling story on Twitter, and it resulted in a lot of other Twitter users sharing equally creepy stories. What all of these stories have in common is that a child said something rather chilling.
In Gillett’s case, her grandson asked why a man in the hallway was watching them. She lives by herself.
👀 My 5 yo grandson just nonchalantly asked me why the man in the hallway is watching us. I live alone. 👀
— “Sassy Nana” 😷🌎🌘☯️☮️🇨🇦🇺🇸 (@MelisaGillett) February 18, 2021
Scroll down for 15 more examples of chilling things children have said.
When my daughter was around 3 she told me “the last time I was here I was a boy”. Very calmly and dug into some french toast. 30 years later I’m still stunned. True story.
— Candie-O (@CandieDeLong) February 19, 2021
When my niece was 2 or 3 she cried and wouldn’t go into the dining room. I took her back, turned the light on & said, “See, it’s just us. It’s not scary.” She pointed to the corner of the room and said, “And that boy?” I almost dropped her and ran lol. We lived behind a cemetery.
— Lisa (@TeeteeintheCity) February 19, 2021
When my son was 5 we took a trip to Gettysburg. He kept correcting the the tour guide. I asked him how he knew this information. He said the man in the uniform was telling him. His information was correct. It was more precise then the tour guides information!
— Lorraine (@LeinLorraine) February 19, 2021
I was 15 when my Grandfather passed. My parents were at the hospital & I was at home asleep. I heard my Grandfather call my name & he was in my bedroom. He put the stuffed dog he won for me on my bed and said, “See ya, my girl…”
— Shao Trommashere(They/She)🏳️🌈❤ (@MedicTrommasher) February 19, 2021
My now adult son had multiple imaginary friends. Ones name was Bump. One day when I was in the shower he shouted into the bathroom “mommy Bump watches you when you are in the shower.”
— 🍷Katie the embittered🍷 (@femcelwells) February 19, 2021
My nephew, at age 5 told us he was once a farmer with three kids who lived in a town in Wisconsin. He said he missed the kids. We never forgot it. He did.The clincher? The town he named exists. Not a common name either.
— I,2AmCain🎸✏🎨📘 (@IAmCain3) February 19, 2021
My daughter came to me at 18 months and told me she couldn’t sleep in her room anymore. I went through all the possibilities (too hot, too cold, etc). So when I finally asked her why, she replied (loudly) “BECAUSE THERE IS A DEAD GIRL IN MY CLOSET…”
— Angie_Momma (@Munki_momma) February 20, 2021
Was visiting some friends in Hawaii and while we were in the living room one night the stereo turned on by itself. My friends 4 year old daughter looked at us with a serious face and said “it was the Maker” and walked away. (They are not religious)…
— Popo (@Roopenpoika) February 20, 2021
My kids, at about age 3 and 5, spoke to one another in a language I had never heard before. Right here, in the US.Years later, I figured out it was an African dialect.They are now in their 40s and recall a few phrases.
— Gibby Wants Justice (@SaintRobin911) February 20, 2021
My terminally ill husband passed away in our bedroom. About 5 years later, at the age of 18 mos my grandson sat on my bed, all of a sudden he started laughing, smiling and waving to the area where the hospital bed had been, the area was empty.
— Lady Di (@ladydiane2017) February 19, 2021
😐My 6yo does this often. She told my wife and I at dinner one night “I used to watch over you and mommy when you were little.”Another time she told us she met her brother, who died 4 years before she was born.
— Doug Judy’s Velvet Blazer (@PapiEsq76) February 19, 2021
The day before my husband passed he asked me who those 2 men were standing in our bedroom.Told him no men & he said yes .also told son a old lady was rubbing his arm at night.i believe it was ppl sent from heaven to get him .💖💖💖
— just lilly (@impeachthepos1) February 19, 2021
When my son was about 2, we were napping on the second floor of our small row home in Philadelphia. All of a sudden he pointed at the window & said “Hi, Aunt Peg”. A few minutes later the phone rang & we found out that my husband’s aunt Peg had passed. I’ll never forget it.
— Dr. Conway (@cre8aha) February 19, 2021
My mother tells me that when I was 4, I came into the kitchen and told her that her uncle was dead and that he said goodbye. She was upset and told me not to say such things. Moments later, the phone rang and the person calling told her that her uncle had just died.🤷🏽♀️
— Rainbow Johnson Johnson (@Hayley_DrPH) February 19, 2021
My 18YO brother died when I was 7. I saw him on way to school one day. We chatted. My friends were freaked out, nobody was there. Found out years later my sister and other brother had seen him too. My niece who was born years after he died had an invisible friend with his name.
— Rico&Bella (@RicoBella2) February 19, 2021