Spooky, supernatural, horror-type of stories have the kind of appeal that other stories don’t. The unexplained is scary, but at the same time, intriguing. Although, most of the time, we suggest getting out of the room if your kid starts saying there’s something you obviously can’t see right there.
Indigo children, 6th sense, or just a child’s pure, innocent heart are reasons people like to use when it comes to creepy things kids say. First, of course, children experts explain that having an imaginary friend is part of a healthy childhood. But just how far of that can be attributed to ‘imagination’? Especially when they quoted words from your dead parents?
The following thread was started by Sassy Nana, whose grandson casually informed her there’s an uninvited, invisible guest in their home.