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-vv-
01-21-2012, 10:32 AM
It was the time that my six years old daughter had started to experience fears at night. The light on, the door open, the jump to my bed in the middle of the night, and the look of terror for every single noise or shadow before going to sleep, pushed me to take some action in the matter. The argument that it was only her imagination had been long time obsolete, so I decided to listen carefully for every single detail that was provoking her any fear and tried to calm her down finding every logical explanation.

She told me that after going to sleep, she could see me from her bedroom when I was working in my computer on my desk on the living room. And a couple of time she could see a shadow approaching to me like peeking what I was doing. She told me that sometimes she could hear voices of people talking or laughing in her room, and finally what scared her most was a toy starting by itself in the middle of the night. I have to confess that I got some spooky feeling after listening to her, that of course I didnít revealed.

I could find a good suitable logical explanation for everything to calm her fears and she could go to sleep again without problem... but who needed the light on then was me... lol

vv

Dera
01-21-2012, 10:01 PM
Hi vv! Welcome to IW (Imaginative Worlds). Your story reminds me of mine. When my son was about 12, he told me he thought we had a poltergeist living with us! Stuff was getting moved around in his room and I don't remember all of his reasons, but they were rather convincing!

I assured him that such a thing wouldn't be possible because our house was brand new; no one else had ever lived in it before we moved in. I don't know if he bought that explanation, but he didn't talk about it anymore. Then it was Big Brave Mom who wanted to sleep with her head under the covers! :shock:

jwhitee
08-21-2013, 03:50 AM
There are some kids really experiencing this kind of horror. For me this is scary.