Whether the guy who wrote the notes was named Cole or Cliff, condensing this story would have changed it too much and diluted much of its "flavor." So, grit you teeth, take a deep breath and read. Or don't if you wish, but don't blame me when these black-eyed brats show up at your house and the next day you wake up dead!
Burnaby49 wrote:Could you just give us the Coles Notes version?
U.S. Translation: Could you just give us the Cliff's Notes version?
Have You Invited Any Black Eyed Children Into Your Home?
July 3, 2012 8:12 am
Picture it. You and your better half are on your way home after a night on the town. It’s late, it’s dark, and you pull into the gas station for a pack of smokes. He runs in, you wait in the car.
You’re sitting there, idly waiting for him to return when suddenly you get this inexplicable, overwhelming feeling of terror. You sit up a little straighter and glance toward the driver’s side window, and there, staring in at you, are two children. But not just any children. These are Black Eyed Children. And they want to get in your car with you.
Sounds like something out of one of those Village of the Damned sequels, right? Well, it’s not. This is real life, as real as it gets. And this is just one of thousands of reported sightings. Black Eyed Children are knocking on doors and tapping on windows, asking to be let in, all over the world.
BECs have, as the name implies, black eyes, completely void of color or light. No pupils, no irises, just dead-looking black eyes. In fact, some witnesses say their eyes seem to be bottomless pools of blackness.
These children, typically between the ages of 8 and 16, have very pale skin, some people say it even looks plastic, or artificial, but other than that they look like normal children. Witnesses say they either dress in drab clothes, generally blue jeans and a hoodie, or they wear very old-fashioned, handmade clothing, similar to what Amish people wear.
Sometimes they travel in pairs, sometimes in groups and sometimes you’ll see just one. Regardless, these BECs seem to evoke an instant feeling of terror. Not just suspicion or even fear. But pure, gut-wrenching, “I think I just shit my pants but who cares cuz I’m about to die anyway” mind-numbing terror.
What do they do that’s so terrifying? They ask to enter your home or your vehicle. But it’s not what they ask – it’s how they ask it.
Witnesses report that the BEC approach and try to get you to let them into your home to use the phone or ask you to give them a ride home because they’re lost or they forgot something. And when they speak it’s in a monotone, almost hypnotic. One witness even compared it to hypnosis she’d undergone to quit smoking.
No matter what you say to these children they don’t answer questions or speak about anything else. They just keep saying, “Let us in. We won’t hurt you. This won’t take long.” This won’t take long?! To me, it sounds like those children in “The Village of the Damned”, and that movie always, always, always freaks me out!
Now, I know you’re probably thinking these are just children wearing black contact lenses. But David Weatherly, who’s written a book called, “Black Eyed Children” says that may be true in some cases. However, black lenses that would cover the entire surface of the eye are very expensive and extremely uncomfortable. Given that the average age of BEC is 13, he doesn’t think most children would be able to afford the lenses, nor would they be able to wear them for any length of time.
Jason Offutt is another paranormal researcher who’s done some digging into the Black Eyed Children phenomenon and I accidentally tripped over his blog. And it was there that I found the following account:
At about 10:45, on a warm night, 18-year old Carris Holdsworth was walking to her apartment from a friends house in Lisburn, a city in Northern Ireland near Belfast. Her apartment was in a bad section of town and as she approached she noticed two teenagers, in hoodies and jeans, standing in her yard with their backs to her.
Of course, she was immediately wary and put her hand in her purse to grab hold of her pepper spray. As she was sneaking around the corner the two boys turned, simultaneously, to face her, which really freaked her out. She says she felt raw fear when she saw their faces.
However, Carris had her pepper spray in her purse and she was still alert enough to defend herself, should the boys approach. But they didn’t. Instead, they seemed able to read her mind.
“No need for that,” the older one spoke, calmly and maturely. “We just want to borrow your phone, miss.”
Carris said they looked just like two normal boys – until, that is, she saw their eyes. “They were pitch black. No trace of white or pupil at all.” She felt she was in terrible danger and had to get away.
Running for her door and fumbling with her keys, the boys following close at her heels, the boys continued to ask to use the phone. “Please miss, my mother won’t be happy if she doesn’t know where we are.”
“I wanted to obey them at first considering that they were young,” she said. “But seeing their eyes took me away. I just had to get away from them both and I knew if I obeyed them I was going to seriously regret it.”
Carris managed to make it inside her apartment and locked the door. But just as she was about to sit down with a cup of coffee, there came a knock. When she ignored it, the knock came again and she immediately felt a sense of overwhelming terror. When she peeped out the peep hole, there they were, both boys staring at her. “Just let us in to use the phone,” he said. “We won’t hurt you. We have no weapons to hurt you with.”
Carris opened the door and ordered the BEC to leave her alone, locked everything up tight as a drum, and called a friend. When the friend arrived the boys finally hightailed it out of there, but not before she, too, felt an overwhelming sense of danger.
Carris soon moved to another neighborhood but says, “I always check through that peep hole before I go to sleep,” she said. “I don’t know exactly what those boys were, but I do know they meant me harm and that they weren’t human in any way. I still get scared thinking about it.”
What are these BEC? Weatherly seems to think they’re an alien-human hybrid. Especially because they bear a strong resemblance to MIBs. He’s also a little inclined to believe that they may have some sort of demonic origin because a lot of the reports say these children seem to vanish into thin air. Some witnesses also report a huge run of bad luck, or even death, after encountering one of these soulless children.
I could go on and on with eyewitness accounts but it’s all second-hand news, which is scary enough, but I’d like to hear your own stories of Black Eyed Children run-ins. Have you seen them yourself? And more important, you didn’t invite them in, did you?Wait a second, I thought that if you invited them in you died, so how could anyone live to tell the tale? Same with witnesses reporting "death" after "encountering one of these souless children" (I guess having a soul gives color to the eyes, huh?). Anyway, if the story of one meeting is good, 3 must be better!
I saw a Black Eyed Kid
hauntedsunshinegirl | June 1, 2012
When I was working on my movie about BEKs or Black Eyed Kids, I interviewed some different people about their experience with BEKs. They each had a different story but they all seemed very freaked out by their encounters. And after making my movie I’m just as freaked out about BEKs as these people because I had an experience with them too. What do you think? – Sunshine
KYLE, Boise Idaho: “I had a friend call me late one night, totally freaked out. He was out with his girlfriend and they stopped a quickmart to grab some snacks before they were going back to his apartment to start a marathon session of warcraft. When they were parked they had two kids approach the car. The thing that freaks me out the most about this is my friend was so shaken by what happened he called me to tell me about it before he even drove away. I could hear the fear in his voice when I answered. He told me these two kids knocked on his window and asked for a ride to a bus station a couple miles away. But my friend said both kids had solid black eyes and spoke with such a weird confidence it was almost like they were way older than they looked. Now all this on the surface didn’t seem that freaky to me. But my friend was so shaken up you know? Like really up set. He said the kid who was doing all the talking just kept insisting, like he knew if he asked long enough my friend would give in to him. He said that he even caught his hand moving to open the door without wanting to, like the kid had some sort of mind control over him. Well eventually the kids got the message and left. I told my friend to hang in there and we hung up. My friend drove out of the parking lot and was hit by a semi truck, killing both him and his girlfriend instantly. The semi-truck driver told the police that he swerved to avoid two kids walking by the side of the road.”
KEVIN, Sacramento, California: I don’t know what Black Eyed kids are. I don’t think they’re human. It’s hard to describe the feeling you get when you meet one. You can tell people that you have an instant reaction, you’re terrified for reasons you’re not quite sure, but it doesn’t really ring true until you experience it yourself. I’ve been fascinated by the idea of Black Eyed Kids ever since I first read about them in 2001. After obsessing for years but little luck with finding someone who had actually seen one in real life I decided to try and seek one out myself. The old stand by, be careful what you ask for, definitely applies in this case. It’s like they knew I was looking for them because one day I had a knock on my door and there, right before me, stood a skinny, pale, kid with solid black eyes. I’ve seen a couple ghosts in my lifetime and each time it’s a pretty creepy experience. But this kid at my door was a whole different stratosphere of fear. I couldn’t shut the door fast enough. I spent the next month living in fear, apologizing to whatever god is out there that heard my calls to meet one of these things in person because I was wrong when I thought I wanted to.
SIOBHAN, Springfield, Oregon: “I had never heard of BEKs before the night one appeared at my door and now I wish I could forget them. I was working late at my office and I took a break to go have a smoke. It was a rainy night so I just snuck out the back door because it has a small covered area but it’s dark back there and I usually don’t like to smoke out there alone. So I was out there for about twenty seconds when I heard a voice behind me. Like I said, it was late and rainy so I was obviously shocked to hear any sort of voice but when I spun around and saw the kid with black eyes she sent shivers down my spine. I’ve since read about these things and the one I met did the pretty much normal M.O. She asked if I could give her a ride home. She just stood there in the rain, soaking wet but it was like it didn’t bother her at all. I didn’t even answer, I was too freaked out. I dropped the cigarette, side stepped the kid and went inside. I locked the door behind me. I swear as I stepped by her I heard a low growl coming from that girl. I spent the night at the office that night and I don’t smoke anymore. Once you encounter one of these things your life is never the same.”And finally, the word from one of the Black Eyed Brats himself.
...a person calling himself Drakos claims to be one of these black-eyed entities.
“You would not be able to recognize me as any different from a normal person,” he said. “Although I have an abnormally magnetic personality, advanced intellect, and other things that will make me sound more conceited than I already do. I do not seem special to me, only to others.”
According to Drakos, this race of black-eyed people has been intertwined with humans for at least 6,000 years.
“The (biblical) story of the serpent is not the story of a talking snake,” he said. “It is about a representative of a nation of people who originated from a race of gods. These ‘serpents’ were rebellious – which means that they sought to create their own storehouses of information. They were teachers. They found a race of unenlightened automatons [Homo sapiens] that had been created to perform labor and gave them information that freed their minds.”
This is who Drakos claims black-eyed people are descendents of – the serpent from Genesis.
“That’s the short story,” he said. “Sounds like a fairy tale; I know.” A fairy tale that includes mating between this “serpent race” and humanity. “There has been, admittedly, a great deal of mixing; people often express great abilities that they owe to some ancestor who harbored a special genetic code,” Drakos said.